Security Technology

Read: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ $1 Million Panic Button System Doesn’t Work

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ $1 Million Panic Button System Doesn’t Work

Investigative reporting by The Charlotte Observer found district officials did not run the $1.75 million investment by the school board.

Read: Top 10 Countries and Cities with the Most Video Surveillance

Top 10 Countries and Cities with the Most Video Surveillance

The U.S. has the most security cameras per capita, followed by China, but can you guess which country has the most cameras deployed overall?

Read: Global Video Analytics Market Forecast to Be Growing 21.5% Annually

Global Video Analytics Market Forecast to Be Growing 21.5% Annually

The demand for video analytics software is being driven by its ability to be integrated with legacy analog, IP or megapixel cameras within establishments.

Read: Registration Now Open for the 7th Annual Campus Safety Conferences

Registration Now Open for the 7th Annual Campus Safety Conferences

Save the dates! The 2020 Campus Safety Conferences (CSC) will be in Las Vegas, Bethesda, Md., and San Antonio.

Read: Know the Total Cost of Owning a Security System

Know the Total Cost of Owning a Security System

Understanding a security technology’s direct and indirect costs as well as the savings it offers will provide a more accurate idea of how much the system really costs.

Read: SIA Pushes for Congress to Examine Facts, Benefits of Facial Recognition

SIA Pushes for Congress to Examine Facts, Benefits of Facial Recognition

A letter issued to Congress urges for the collaboration of all stakeholders to address facial recognition concerns.

Read: NJCU Public Safety Makes Presence Known Through Student Engagement

NJCU Public Safety Makes Presence Known Through Student Engagement

CS Higher Education Director of the Year Ronald Hurley has taken to social media to improve communication between the public safety department and students.

Read: Opinion: 5 Reasons Why Campus Security Departments Should Hire Veterans

Opinion: 5 Reasons Why Campus Security Departments Should Hire Veterans

Veterans already have skills that can be transferred to school, university and hospital security and public safety agencies.

Read: Overcoming Security Camera Privacy Worries with LIDAR

Overcoming Security Camera Privacy Worries with LIDAR

LIDAR systems can flag potential threats while guaranteeing the anonymity of people or objects that aren’t a risk.

Read: How to Write a Technology Grant Proposal for Your Campus

How to Write a Technology Grant Proposal for Your Campus

Here’s how a grant specialist says you’ll know your campus is grant-seeking ready and how to make your technology grant proposal stand out from the rest.

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