Re-Write Your Lesson Plan for School Safety with Hanwha Vision
Hanwha Vision delivers a full line of intelligent surveillance solutions for keeping classrooms safe, monitoring public spaces, and connecting campuses.
Schools face a unique set of security challenges on a daily basis: detecting unauthorized visitor access, monitoring vehicle entry/exit, especially during student drop-off and pick-up, and the extreme scenario of an active shooter. Educational institutions need intelligent surveillance solutions that combine 24/7 protection with the latest advancements in AI, analytics, and cloud management, as well as the benefits of easy setup and flexible installation configurations.
Hanwha Vision delivers a full line of intelligent surveillance solutions for keeping classrooms safe, monitoring public spaces, and connecting campuses. AI-powered cameras accurately track objects and people entering or exiting buildings. Multi-channel, multi-directional cameras can monitor and record several key areas with unique fields of view for each. Cloud-based capabilities enable on-premise and remote surveillance capabilities.
New solutions that incorporate on-board audio and video analytics deliver actionable data to streamline forensic investigations and drive campus-wide intelligent monitoring, helping schools get a better handle on access control and monitoring of hallways, classrooms, and exterior parking lots.
Make sure your lesson plan for school safety is up-to-date and ready to support administrators and resource officers who need to maintain high levels of situational awareness at all times.
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