All of the CSOS presentations are now available on-demand at no charge for campuses struggling with how to respond to the coronavirus.
Here are the various strategies states and districts have adopted to try to safely reopen after the coronavirus shut down.
Because the liability exposures to college campuses are so significant, institutions are asking both the federal and state governments to pass legislation that would shield them from legal claims related to COVID-19.
Video Management Systems can integrate temperature and social distancing detection, access control and tracking technologies so your organization can reopen safely.
The two-page coronavirus risk waiver is called the ‘Buckeye Pledge.’
Beacons, smartphones, cameras and other technologies are being considered by campuses for contact tracing and to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Comparitively, several other countries that also reopened schools have reported no resulting increase in infection rates.
Robots are quickly becoming an extension of smart buildings and smart public safety departments. Here are the latest robosecurity trends.
Schools must do all they can to mitigate the effect of COVID-19 on their school community. Equally, they must limit the liability exposure for their staff and the institution. These are not mutually exclusive goals.
The New York governor said he hasn’t determined if children in the state will return to school in the fall, partially because of the unknowns of the disease.