Security Technology

Read: University of Kentucky Hospital Emergency Departments Add More Security Measures

University of Kentucky Hospital Emergency Departments Add More Security Measures

Emergency department visitors will now be scanned with handheld metal detectors.

Read: Virginia Lawmakers Ban Police Use of Facial Recognition

Virginia Lawmakers Ban Police Use of Facial Recognition

The ban prohibits all local law enforcement agencies and campus police departments from using the technology unless expressly authorized by the state legislature.

Read: NBA’s Detroit Pistons Use RGB Spectrum’s MediaWall for 24/7 Security

NBA’s Detroit Pistons Use RGB Spectrum’s MediaWall for 24/7 Security

The team’s state-of-the-art security operations center is powered by RGB Spectrum’s MediaWall video wall processor.

Read: OSU Installs Hundreds of Classroom Door Locks

OSU Installs Hundreds of Classroom Door Locks

More than 540 locks were installed in 48 OSU academic buildings. The installation cost about $1 million.

Read: UCO Introduces License Plate Recognition Technology and Virtual Permits

UCO Introduces License Plate Recognition Technology and Virtual Permits

University of Central Oklahoma vehicles equipped with cameras will be used to read license plates and verify permit status.

Read: Survey: Emergency Alerts, Video Surveillance Pose Biggest Cyber Risk

Survey: Emergency Alerts, Video Surveillance Pose Biggest Cyber Risk

A UC Berkeley survey asked 76 cybersecurity experts to rank nine smart city technologies based on underlying technical vulnerabilities.

Read: Finding the Right Security Systems Integrator for Your Organization

Finding the Right Security Systems Integrator for Your Organization

Four campus protection pros describe how they vet their electronic security contractors and the top challenges they must address.

Read: COVID-19’s Impact on Hospital Security and Facility Operations

COVID-19’s Impact on Hospital Security and Facility Operations

UT MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Ray Gerwitz describes the new approaches he, his department and the MD Anderson organization took to address safety and security concerns during the pandemic.

Read: EDspaces Conference Presentation Proposals Due March 19!

EDspaces Conference Presentation Proposals Due March 19!

EDspaces is an educational facilities conference taking place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania November 3-5.

Read: Funding for Healthy Buildings and Indoor Air Quality Upgrades

Funding for Healthy Buildings and Indoor Air Quality Upgrades

Here’s how schools and universities can use CARES Act funding to pay for upgrades to their HVAC systems and other technology solutions to make their campuses safer.

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