Locks and Door Hardware

Read: Tell Us How COVID-19 Is Affecting Your Access Control and Lockdown Systems

Tell Us How COVID-19 Is Affecting Your Access Control and Lockdown Systems

Take Campus Safety’s 2020 Access Control and Lockdown Survey! Topics include new technology being adopted to stem the spread of COVID-19, how policies and procedures have been affected and more.

Read: Marks USA Introduces New Virtual Online and Field Training Locking and Door Hardware  Classes

Marks USA Introduces New Virtual Online and Field Training Locking and Door Hardware Classes

Taught by CRL-locking pros for locking pros, the virtual online classes can be a great tech refresher or new introduction, ideal while quarantined or working from home.

Read: Ready to Face These School Security and Safety Concerns When Students Return?

Ready to Face These School Security and Safety Concerns When Students Return?

As the date to reopen schools gets closer, be sure your campus can address the risks and threats of violence created or exacerbated by the coronavirus shutdown.

Read: ASSA ABLOY Debuts Hands-Free Door Opening Solutions

ASSA ABLOY Debuts Hands-Free Door Opening Solutions

ASSA ABLOY accelerated its product development pipeline to deliver solutions that help reduce skin-to-surface touching, according to the company.

Read: Paxton Introduces Next-Gen Touchscreen Monitor, Wireless Door Handle

Paxton Introduces Next-Gen Touchscreen Monitor, Wireless Door Handle

Both the monitor and the smart lockset can function as standalone solutions or as part of Paxton’s Net2 access control system.

Read: ASSA ABLOY Launches Explosion and Hurricane-Resistant Door

ASSA ABLOY Launches Explosion and Hurricane-Resistant Door

The multi-solution door opening has been third-party tested to meet the Department of Defense Minimum Antiterrorism Standards for buildings.

Read: Are Your Classroom Locks Functional or Mere Security Illusions?

Are Your Classroom Locks Functional or Mere Security Illusions?

Some campuses are still turning to barricade devices to lock classroom doors. Here are five potential unintended consequences of using these devices.

Read: Iowa Western Locks Down Campus Security Upgrade

Iowa Western Locks Down Campus Security Upgrade

With the help of a local integrator, Iowa Western Community College was able to bring together its access control, video surveillance and emergency notification solutions.

Read: When Should Your Campus Adopt Wireless Access Control?

When Should Your Campus Adopt Wireless Access Control?

Depending on the application, a wireless access control system can allow a campus to achieve wired solution functionality at a lower cost.

Read: Marshall County High School Gets Over $600K for Security Upgrades

Marshall County High School Gets Over $600K for Security Upgrades

The money will be used for a security camera system and exterior door improvements after a student gunman killed two and injured 18 others in 2018.

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