Katherine Schweit, who is author of the FBI’s seminal research ‘A Study of 160 Active Shooter Incidents in the United States, 2000 – 2013,’ will present ‘The Mass Shooting Contagion Dilemma’ at the Campus Safety Conference at EDSpaces in Pittsburgh this November.
A new NFC and RFID solution is being deployed at concerts and games to allow touch-free transactions and ordering via mobile phones.
Security robots can flag anomalies, detect, prevent and respond to emergencies in real-time, and more.
New systems will no longer have a static set of features. Instead, they will be sold on the merits of how fast they can solve problems and how much they cost.
The Campus Safety Conference will be co-locating with EdSpaces in Pittsburgh November 3-5.
You need to do your homework before choosing the right security and surveillance system for K-12 or higher education environments.
Auburn’s mobile “Tiger Card” can be added to a student’s iPhone, Apple Watch or Android Phone to open doors and pay for food and merchandise.
Identify your risks at the start of your mass notification project, but also during the project and for as long as the MNS system is in use.
The opportunity will allow ZeroEyes to provide an active shooter response capability that marries its analytics with tactical drones.