Masonicare is Connecticut’s largest not-for-profit integrated senior care continuum. With residential living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation, senior hospital, home health care, homemaker companion and hospice and palliative care, Masonicare cares for thousands of patients and residents every day.
Planet Fitness, with the help of their preferred system integrator Adirondack Direct, recently incorporated a video surveillance solution from Hanwha Techwin and Genetec that not only enhances security but also improves operations.
Montgomery County Schools in North Carolina and area law enforcement agencies will soon deploy an advanced software tool that enables faculty, staff and administrators throughout the district to communicate directly with police officers in the event of an emergency or security intrusion.
London, U.K.-based Sovereign Safe provides deposit facilities that push the global standards of the safe deposit industry. With the latest modular high compression steel vaults constructed and installed by specialist manufacturers, and state-of-the-art biometric access with complete audit trail from electronic alarmed lockers, Sovereign counts itself as a leader amongst any high security facility anywhere in the world.
Calcagni Real Estate offers services from residential brokerage to new construction marketing and representation to commercial sales. Calcagni employs 120 agents who work from five offices in Connecticut.
As the second tallest skyscraper in the United States, effectively managing visitor and tenant access and security for Willis Tower’s 15,000 tenants and 250,000 business visitors each year was a huge undertaking.
Safetyflex Barriers, a Coventry, U.K. manufacturer of anti-terrorism bollards has completed work to secure two popular locations in the U.S. Safetyflex Barriers has installed its barriers at the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, N.J. and the Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta — the site of the 1996 summer Olympics.
The National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) is a social health insurance program that serves people all over Dar es Salaam and Tanzania. It has multiple sites spread over these regions. Their current surveillance platform had a few limitations of integrating third party cameras and was not facilitating centralized monitoring for multiple locations. This posed a problem in managing and monitoring all sites from a single location. For this, they needed a surveillance platform that could easily integrate with multi-brand cameras as well as facilitate multi-location monitoring. Moreover, they needed a system with monitoring capacity of over 500 cameras with the facility of remote management for real-time security.
In our February issue we present our 2020 “State of the Market: Video Surveillance” report. Also, find out more on "The Cloud is a Win-Win for Security Integrators & End Users". Read about the "Uncommon Ways to Use Video Management Systems " and discover the latest and greatest products.