Security Sensors

Read: Improving Campus Security with Mobile Duress Devices and Wireless Sensors

Improving Campus Security with Mobile Duress Devices and Wireless Sensors

Craig Dever from Inovonics talks about the overall benefits of wireless technologies, as well as their real-world applications in education and healthcare.

Read: Rhombus Systems Debuts A100 Audio Gateway Sensor with Two-Way Communication

Rhombus Systems Debuts A100 Audio Gateway Sensor with Two-Way Communication

The sensor detects unusual audio levels, aggressive voices and phrases, gunshots, calls for help, breaking glass, and other unique sounds.

Read: Your Primer on People-Counting Technologies

Your Primer on People-Counting Technologies

People-counting technologies have evolved over the years. Here’s the low-down on the different types and which applications suit them best.

Read: FreshAir Debuts Smoking Detection System for Schools

FreshAir Debuts Smoking Detection System for Schools

FreshAir1’s sensors are able to monitor for and detect specific molecules in both tobacco and marijuana smoke.

Read: Hospital Administers 830 COVID Vaccines in 2 Hours after Freezer Fails

Hospital Administers 830 COVID Vaccines in 2 Hours after Freezer Fails

The sensor that monitors the freezer containing the vaccines didn’t work and didn’t notify hospital personnel of the problem.

Read: U.S. Begins Shipment of Coronavirus Vaccine

U.S. Begins Shipment of Coronavirus Vaccine

Campuses and communities are now faced with addressing the logistics, security and privacy challenges associated with the vaccine rollout, as well as a hesitancy by some to be vaccinated.

Read: 10 Infant Security Best Practices

10 Infant Security Best Practices

These solutions can help your hospital thwart infant abductions, which often are very carefully planned.

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