Viscount Access Control Deployed for Eight US Schools

Viscount Systems announced its MESH system has been selected for school districts in Arizona and South Dakota. The initial installations will be at eight schools.


"Viscount continues to make progress in the educational market with systems installed in schools in several other states and provinces," said Stephen Pineau, President and CEO of Viscount Systems. "During this process we have made a number of enhancements to our MESH software to accommodate the requirements of the educational market. We intend to leverage this experience to additionally focus on school security."


The MESH system is a building security technology that uses standard IT infrastructure to eliminate the cost of conventional door control panels and proprietary cabling, with up to 200 readers running off a single server.

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