Using Smart Technology to Secure Schools
Watch our latest on-demand webinar on the smart tech that’s making schools safer
Learn how a unified approach to security and the latest smart technologies, such as gunshot detection, can help your school be prepared and create a safer learning environment.
Unfortunately, active shooter incidents continue to happen across the country. According to the Washington Post, there were more school shootings in 2021 than there were in any year since 1999. In a situation where seconds matter most, having a unified, smart approach to your school’s security helps to mitigate risk and saves lives.
In this webinar, Siemens Smart Infrastructure and Shooter Detection Systems will present on the latest smart technology that helps ensure your school is better prepared and protected so your students, staff and educators can focus on the core mission of education.
Register for this webinar to learn from the experts:
How to take a more proactive, unified approach to school security
How modern-day issues have changed the school security landscape
Understand the 5 keys to a smart, safe school
Understand best practices and lessons learned
How to automate situational awareness with gunshot detection
How to leverage industry experts to establish a safe school security plan
About the technology
By joining forces, Siemens and SDS are helping to create safer indoor and on-campus environments. Integrating Siemens Security Products and Services and the Guardian Indoor Active Shooter Detection System by SDS automates the emergency communications process at the first moment gunshots are detected. The SDS solution can identify a gunshot event and provides fully automated alerts without requiring human intervention or verification. Siemens Siveillance simultaneously provides video verification and, if combined with Siemens building management systems can be configured to provide a holistic view of your building automation, fire and access control that can turn gunshot events into other actions that fit your security response plans. Building security and law enforcement gain instant access to critical information, which reduces response times and accelerates the engagement of automated security protocols.
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