By Derek Martinez
Video surveillance deployments in patient areas have proven to be controversial among some healthcare groups. Unions and patient privacy advocates have led to limited camera deployments for patient monitoring in some cases.
By Lindsay Page
For parents sending their kids off to school, whether it’s K-12 or college, knowing that there are people working hard to keep your kids safe offers some peace of mind.
By Jana Rankin
Oftentimes, an organization or school will create a plan and just file it away on a shelf to collect dust. If a plan isn’t regularly reviewed and practiced, then when it comes time to deal with an actual emergency— severe weather, a health scare or an active shooter—the chances for loss of life and injuries are higher.
The British International School of Houston project presented ESS with an opportunity to design a completely wireless locking solution for a new, state-of-the-art, purpose built, 33-acre campus featuring an impressive array of facilities and exciting learning areas.
By Joseph Souza
To tackle the problem of decentralized security, the primary focus was to consolidate more than 2,200 cameras which were streaming to 58 recording servers, and to create policies and standards for where and how they are installed, used and maintained.
By Tom Joyce
With more than 250 million passenger vehicles on the road in the United States—many of them the exact same color, make, model and year—license plates are critical to ensuring the right vehicle can be identified when it counts.
• How Hospitals Use Video to Improve IAQ, Patient Satisfaction
• Extending the Perimeter on Campus Security and Safety
• Hybrid Access Control in Campus Environments
• Streamlining K-12 Safety and Security Grant Writing