Two-Way Radios

Read: Seattle Children’s Hospital Bridges Its Communication Gap

Seattle Children’s Hospital Bridges Its Communication Gap

This campus didn’t need to replace its duress system. It just needed to better utilize and integrate the technologies that were already there.

Read: Last Chance for Vendors to Enter the 2016 Campus Safety BEST Awards

Last Chance for Vendors to Enter the 2016 Campus Safety BEST Awards

The program honors superior products and services for hospital, school and university protection professionals.

Read: Are Your Protection Programs Balanced?

Are Your Protection Programs Balanced?

In addition to adopting various types of security and life-safety technologies, campuses must put an equal amount of effort into developing a culture of safety and wellness.

How a Ga. School District Is Spending $400K on Security

Fayette County Public Schools will use the money to add surveillance systems, bi-directional radio amplifiers and access control systems.

Hundreds of D.C Metro Arrests Attributed to Security Cameras

The cameras, as well as radio communications, fire systems and security alarms are monitored from the agency’s command center.

Read: Missouri Schools Receive Grants to Improve Security

Missouri Schools Receive Grants to Improve Security

Forty nine school districts received more than $400,000 in grants for training and security equipment upgrades.

Read: How to Plan for Unified Emergency Communications on K-12 Campuses

How to Plan for Unified Emergency Communications on K-12 Campuses

Here’s how your school can develop the infrastructure and protocol needed to assure effective delivery of information in both daily and emergency operations.

Read: Ohio School District to Upgrade Video Surveillance, Radio Systems

Ohio School District to Upgrade Video Surveillance, Radio Systems

The Hudson School Board will spend over $185,000 on the security upgrades.

Read: Improving Hospital Security with Integrated Two-way Radios

Improving Hospital Security with Integrated Two-way Radios

Adopting digital radios and combining narrowband networks with Wi-Fi and cellular networks enable healthcare facilities to better protect their campuses and integrate their radios with smartphones, alarm systems and PCs.

Read: Wake Forest Builds Its Own 2-Way Radio System

Wake Forest Builds Its Own 2-Way Radio System

Here’s how one North Carolina university overcame its radio coverage deficiencies.

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