When Rush University Medical Center incorporated wireless electronic locks throughout its new 375-bed-tower hospital building, it made installation easier and more cost-effective while providing greater flexibility to meet future security needs.
Two passengers who boarded disappearing Malaysia Airlines jet with stolen passports could have been identified by authorities within seconds possibly minutes.
New hosted license plate recognition solution eliminates the need for dedicated IT infrastructure and minimizes deployment and maintenance costs.
It’s 2014 and time for a new way of thinking when it comes to security. It’s kind of like our five senses; we have each one for a reason, and they are all equally valuable.
Fashion and security collide to bring a new line of wearables to the market for personal safety.
The remote solar field was pitch black, yet the thermal cameras detected movement by the fence and sent out an alarm. The officer on duty at Campus Safety took one look at the thermal images streaming onto the video monitor and realized the magnitude of the alert.
The shooting spree at Sandy Hook Elementary in December 2012 shattered the sleepy town of Newtown, Conn., and once again shattered America’s notions of what constitutes a safe place.
The Penn-Harris-Madison (PHM) School Corporation exercises its security plan often, and to that end, they invite local law enforcement and their security provider, Honeywell Building Solutions, to participate in enforcement procedures, mock events and planning.
Mobility and efficiency makes remote monitoring an attractive option to maximize productivity.
Remote monitoring of critical infrastructure used to be very difficult, but thanks to available technologies, this task can be achieved with a fraction of the resources required in the past.