U. of San Francisco Conference to Cover the Future of Security Technology
On Jan. 11, the University of San Francisco will be presenting “Security Technology: Today, Tomorrow and the Future.”
The event will cover the near and distant future of security technology for higher education, municipal governments, organizations, and American industry. Attendees will learn what is on the horizon for future products as well as current planning and design techniques for access control, video surveillance, alarm intrusion and communication systems.
- Date: January 11, 2013
- Location: University of San Francisco, McLaren Auditorium
- Time: 7am – 5pm
- Host: Dan Lawson, Ed. D. – Sr. Director, Dept. of Public Safety, University of San Francisco
- Program Director: David J. Gibbs, CPP – Guidepost Solutions Technology Design Consulting
- Dan Lawson, University of San Francisco
- David Gibbs, Guidepost Solutions Technology Design Consulting
- Matt Powers, Anixter
- Joe Kirmser, Lenel Systems International
- Jason Rossi, University of San Francisco
- Mike Levin, Microsoft Global Security
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