Access Control System

Read: UTHSC Modernizes Historic Campus with $30M Security Project

UTHSC Modernizes Historic Campus with $30M Security Project

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center embarked on a complete security overhaul to stand out from the competition.

Read: Here’s How Rock Hill School District Expanded Its Lockdown Capabilities

Here’s How Rock Hill School District Expanded Its Lockdown Capabilities

This K-12 district in South Carolina enhanced school security by integrating door hardware that enables remote lockdown at secondary perimeter doors.

Read: Gilbert Christian Schools Improves Access Control & Security Operations

Gilbert Christian Schools Improves Access Control & Security Operations

A single platform is managing all of the security functions for this private school district, resulting in improved protection and greater convenience.

Read: Practical Steps to Improve Access Control Maintenance on Campus

Practical Steps to Improve Access Control Maintenance on Campus

Being proactive when it comes to things like database management and firmware/software patches can reduce potential problems in the future.

Read: Turnstiles Spare Notre Dame Students Long Wait at New Dining Facility

Turnstiles Spare Notre Dame Students Long Wait at New Dining Facility

Thanks to newly installed turnstiles, University of Notre Dame students no longer shiver in the cold while they wait outside in line to enter the dining hall.

Read: S2 Security Introduces S2 NetBox Online Access Control System

S2 Security Introduces S2 NetBox Online Access Control System

The S2 NetBox Online from S2 Security features cardholder management, event monitoring, threat level escalation and reporting.

Read: ScholarChip Secure Door Access and Attendance for K-12 Schools

ScholarChip Secure Door Access and Attendance for K-12 Schools

ScholarChip introduces two new devices for secure door access and classroom attendance in K-12 schools, both of which embrace IoT and use PoE.

Read: Why Campuses Should Care that iPhones Can Now Use NFC for Access Control

Why Campuses Should Care that iPhones Can Now Use NFC for Access Control

Smart card readers are currently the most common type of mobile-capable reader, making up 99 percent of units shipped in 2016.

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