John Carroll University deploys Axis to protect traveling exhibition
When the Department of Theology and Religious Studies applied to a nationally renowned museum to host one of its traveling exhibitions, part of the contractual agreement included steps for securing the displays against vandalism.
Sony brings 4K video security solution to Harton Technology College
Since 1936, Harton Technology College (Harton) in South Shields, Tyne and Wear has set precedence for excellence in education. Now, the school has become the first education institution in the world to be equipped with Sony's 4K surveillance system with the recent addition of two 4K video security cameras to its existing network.
Brisbane Boys College swaps physical keys for wireless access control
When one of Australia's most prestigious schools needed to upgrade to 21st-century security, it turned to a wireless SMARTair access control system from TESA.
Campbell University migrates to IP video with Arteco eMotion software
To ensure the safety of students and faculty members in these new facilities, Campbell University decided to significantly upgrade its video surveillance system beginning with its Fine Arts building. The school opted to go with Arteco's eMotion software as it delivered all the benefits the school sought and more.
ASSA supplies its locks to the engineering suite at a U.K. university
ASSA, part of ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions, a UK division of ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions, has supplied its CLIQ electromechanical locks to the engineering suite at Loughborough University.
ACT installed at All Souls College, University of Oxford
The College was founded in 1438. One of the main challenges was to safeguard people and property without affecting the visual appeal of buildings from the reign of Henry VI. All Souls is benefiting from the latest version of ACT's management software, ACTenterprise. This is a role-based platform with functionality available to users according to their specific needs (e.g. installer, security guard
HID improves the overall student validation process in Nigeria
To combat the high instance of identity fraud and improve the overall student validation process at the time of the exam, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) in Nigeria has adopted a mobile ID system. Now more than 2.2 million students register online and receive machine-readable HID Global smart cards every year.
The British Library protects its collection with Canon
The British Library, the national library of the UK and the second largest library in the world, holds extremely valuable collections including manuscripts, sound recording, drawings and around 14 million books. The previous security system had been in place for 20 years and was struggling to keep up with the rapid evolution of technology, as well as the changing needs of the institution.
Remote Access Replaces “Keys to the Kingdom”
Bethel United Church of Christ in Elmhurst, Illinois, houses administrative offices, a pre-school, and several meeting rooms for special events and functions used by groups at varying times of day and night. Prior to installing Brivo OnAir, Bethel UCC used a standard “keys to the kingdom” system—simple lock and key protection that gave the key holder total access.
Campus security consolidated into one RFID solution by SALTO
The University of Sussex has consolidated all its disparate campus security systems into one SALTO RFID solution controlling door access across its entire campus. In Sussex's case the main driver behind the upgrade is that the campus has a number of legacy systems. These consist of mechanical keys, magstripe locks, tags and a hard wired system with an expensive licence per door operation. This has
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