By Clayton Brown
When bullet-proof backpacks are sold out at your local Wal-Mart, you know something must change.
By Barbara Rizzatti
The Los Angeles Convention Center attracts millions of visitors each year and is renowned internationally as a prime site for conventions, trade shows and exhibitions.
By Tom Reilly
For years manufacturers have been finding ways to make products more appealing to kids, either by design or through the senses, such as smell or taste.
By Dillon Twombly
Whether they are staying up all night to cram for a final at the library, working a late shift after classes, or waking up early to put in a few more hours at the lab, college students roam campus at all hours of the evening, and ultimately, that can become a safety issue.
By Ralph C. Jensen
To enhance security across its numerous campuses, GCSD deployed a complete video security and critical communications solution including Avigilon Control Center (ACC) video management software, Motorola Solutions XPR 3500e radios and over 1,000 Avigilon cameras.
By Rick Tampier
Not all campus environments are created equal and neither are the threats they face.
By Kim Rahfaldt
An independent, nonprofit research institute dedicated to improving the human condition boasts many accomplishments in the areas of health, energy, workforce development, environmental sciences and social policies.
The duties of the WatchDOG vary, but every volunteer is able to spend some time with their child, or in my case, a granddaughter.
By Bob Teta
Campuses can present a unique challenge when designing and installing a life-safety system.
By Margie Gurwin
When a high school actually wears out lock mechanisms while trying to keep its students safe, it is definitely time for a cloud-based wireless upgrade.