For building and energy managers, reopening campus buildings cannot be done with the flip of a switch. Here’s how monitoring-based commissioning can help.
The Tyco Illustra Pro Thermal EST scans for elevated skin termperatures while people are in motion and has embedded facial recognition technology.
One study found that healthcare workers who worked directly with COVID-19 patients were nine times more likely to test positive for the virus than workers in non-COVID-19 units. Another study looked at the effects of building ventilation.
Monitoring building access and optimizing HVAC systems to limit the spread of COVID-19 are just a few ways K-12 schools can reopen with confidence.
Be on the lookout for these access control trends. Perhaps your campus has already embraced some of them.
The upgrades include access control, security cameras, lighting, gates and fences, as well as solutions to reduce energy and operational costs.
By embracing the convergence of security and building automation systems, emergency and building managers are creating smarter, energy-efficient campuses.
Is your building entrance admitting too much heat, cold, pollution, debris, snow or rain? If so, a redesign of your doors may be in order.
The Spotswood School District will upgrade the communication systems in its high school and middle school.
How to choose a secure and user friendly access control system that aligns with student expectations
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