IDIS America, the regional headquarters of South Korean security technology innovator, IDIS, announced Emily’s Place, as the first recipient of a comprehensive donation of company’s award-winning technology as part of its “Create a Better World” campaign. The campaign, announced at the 2019 ISC West security show in April, is designed to support and better empower community organizations, the facility’s mission of providing long-term, multi-faceted care and support for domestic abuse survivors seeking to permanently leave their lives of abuse behind. The IDIS donation was facilitated and installed with the support of the KOTRA, the Korean trade promotion agency, and security integrator Integrated Lifestyles.
ProdataKey (PDK), a provider of networked cloud-based access control products and services, and OwnerGo, a complete web-based lease-management, communication and organizational tool for multi-tenant properties, implemented a fully integrated, comprehensive solution for Freedom Heights and Lofts, a condominium community in Atlanta, Ga. The integrated platform, designed for condo, apartment, townhome and single-family home communities, provides enhanced security and convenient controlled access to all tenants and workers who service the property while simultaneously providing the Homeowners Association (HOA) board members and property managers with the tools they need to be responsive to residents and function more efficiently. The integrated, user-friendly interface controls 32 access points to external building entrances and common areas and contains a wealth of tools to support work order submissions, resident directories, event calendars, leasing documentation, a fully automated leasing list tool and more.
The Hockenheimring south of Mannheim, Germany, spans nearly 97 hectares with a motor racing circuit length of nearly five kilometers. The grandstands have room for 120,000 spectators. The Hockenheimring welcomes more than 700,000 visitors a year. Therefore, protecting people and property at the events is of high priority.
Delta Scientific, a leading manufacturer of counter-terrorist vehicle control systems used in the United States and internationally, announced that the Orange County Fair (Costa Mesa, Calif.) is deploying two Delta Scientific MP5000 portable barriers to protect 1.4 million guests over the event’s 23 day run. In addition, the fair organization also makes the barriers available to a 65,000 attendee pet fair, 45,000 guest tattoo fair and 200 other yearly events that are hosted by the fairgrounds annually.
Every security or fire alarm installation comes with its own set of challenges; but one Chattanooga, Tenn.-based security dealer found himself faced with an actual castle — complete with 12-foot thick stone walls and an owner who was meticulous about details.
Delta Scientific, a leading manufacturer of counter-terrorist vehicle control systems, announced that, on June 3, 2019, when a man couldn’t produce credentials at Mayport Naval Station, he gunned his engine and attempted to enter. The security staff activated their vehicle access barrier, a Delta DSC501, to pop out of the ground. The vehicle crashed into it and was brought to a standstill. The violator was taken to the hospital and died two days later.
IDIS America, the regional headquarters of the South Korea-based global video surveillance manufacturer, has announced a substantial donation of equipment to The Salvation Army of North Texas, and the completion of installation at the charitable endeavor’s newest facility in Lewisville, Texas. The donation was made in conjunction with KOTRA (the Korean Investment-Promotion Trade Agency) office in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Sugarfina is a high-end, adult confections company which was founded in Beverly Hills, Calif. Sugarfina experienced explosive growth in 2018 and now has over 30 retail locations. For Sugarfina, finding one video surveillance solution that would allow them to view all of their locations using the same system became critical.
The Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) was established in 1936, as the Sir Dorabji Tata Graduate School of Social Work in Mumbai. It is the first graduate school of social work in India. It has subsequently influenced the direction of social work, education and social research in India. Later in 1944, it was renamed as the Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
In our August issue, we present "State of the Market: Smart Home". Check out the winners of "The 14th Annual Monitoring Center Excellence Awards" and "3 Recommendations for Making the Most of Today’s Intercoms". Also, check out the "5 Critical Factors for Video Power & Transmission Success".