Georgia Tech’s campus occupies 400 acres in the heart of Atlanta, with 900 full-time instructional faculty and more than 20,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The Georgia Tech Police Department (GTPD) is responsible for ensuring campus safety and building security 24/7 and is responsible for managing access to more than 1,800 doors across multiple campuses, buildings and parking garages using the Georgia Tech BuzzCard access control system.
The video security industry has seen a progression of video display technologies, from cathode ray tube (CRT) used at the inception of CCTV, to Digital Light Processing (DLP) projection, to Plasma and Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). Today, there is growing interest in an emerging technology for monitors: Light Emitting Diode (LED).
22 campus sites across Michigan replace outdated analog surveillance with centralized open platform for flexible access and efficient, long-term scalability.
As a brand new building that first opened in November 2010, the Children’s Surgery Center was subject to rigorous codes and standards mandated by local and state jurisdictions. Beyond these codes however, the Center also had to meet the Agency for Health Care Administration’s (AHCA) standards for building and operational procedures for facility management, patient handling, and other ambulatory surgical center requirements.
Megapixel cameras provide superior performance and imaging capabilities versus legacy analog technology and standard-definition IP cameras. Megapixel cameras are also field-proven to deliver the most cost-effective video surveillance solutions.
Your time clocks might just keep ticking, but the future of WFM hardware is in open architecture, highly configurable, application-driven terminals like Accu-Time’s new Universal Series.
At Bakersfield City School District (BCSD), the greatest issue for installing, operating, and maintaining the Sony security system is the sheer scale of it. The district is spread out over 158 square miles with more than 28,000 junior high school, middle school, and elementary school students enrolled on 41 campuses.
The migration of video recording media from analog VCR tapes to digital hard disk drives has been motivated by a desire to reduce costs while maximizing the number of cameras and days of retention achieved on a finite amount of storage capacity. By John Minasyan, Senior Product Manager Pelco
South Glen Falls School District is facing a number of information technology (IT) challenges and opportunities to enhance curriculum and student safety in the 21st century.
Network systems analyst Brian Johnson and his colleagues in the IT department at the Escambia County School District in Pensacola, Florida, didn’t need a crystal ball to know that video surveillance was transitioning to an all-IP world when they began their search for a standardized, district-wide solution four years ago.