With a retail store and kitchen, along with an additional location for its nationwide delivery program, Soupergirl's lock-and-key strategy was no longer sustainable. The company needed a cloud-based, single access platform for video surveillance and access control that would allow owner Sara Polon to issue mobile credentials, as well as manage and visualize location happenings remotely.
Residents of the San Sofia multifamily housing community in the Tremont neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio turned to Vector Security Inc. for home automation technology and access control for residents and building management.
SAFR from RealNetworks Inc., a provider of facial recognition and person-centric computer vision on live video, has been awarded two Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contracts that provide funding to adapt the SAFR platform for use by the U.S. Air Force for perimeter security and secure access.
In a partnership to help design, manufacture, deliver and install a custom access control system for a luxury high-rise apartment complex in California amidst the COVID-19 shutdowns, Pedestal PRO and Convergint Technologies worked together.
Premier Packaging was looking to implement an access control system to help secure their brand-new 320,000-square-foot facility in Louisville, Kentucky. After working closely on a recent project with Orion Networks, Premier Packaging relied on their recommendation to implement an access control solution from ISONAS.
The Tampa, Fla. Metropolitan Area YMCA is in the midst of a multi-phase security system project that includes video surveillance, fire and intrusion upgrades, and a takeover of existing and new cameras by 3xLOGIC’s VIGIL video management system.
The Santa Ana Unified School District (SAUSD) includes 60 schools in Orange County, Calif., serving about 50,000 students with more than 4,600 employees. The district needed to upgrade its existing basic notification systems at each school for broadcasting generic overhead paging and announcements with newer technologies and increased capabilities.
Recently, security systems integrator Plate Capture Solutions Inc. (PCS) decided to replace more than 100 law enforcement clients’ — including the Mt. Lebanon Police Department in Pennsylvania — vehicle recognition systems with PlateSmart ARES ALPR. The change came in handy when police in the Western Pennsylvania town used PlateSmart Technologies’ ALPR system to help them stop a potential threat.
In our October 2020 issue, we present the 2020 Systems Integrator of the Year. See "4 Lessons From Life & Kaleidescopes" and find out "What You Need to Know About the New Smoke Detector Standards" in this month's SDM Magazine.