By Mark H. Johnson
One of the top concerns for hospitals is maintaining optimal Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and detecting poor IAQ.
By Devin Bowman
School design is a complicated discipline, especially as more schools opt for increased protections against threats to life safety. Similar to sports arenas, shopping venues, theatres, hotels, and more, schools need to balance being accessible to the general public and providing occupant security.
By Ron Baer
Never at any point in history have parents, teachers, and staff had to worry so much about a child’s safety at school. Vandalism, bullying, fighting, and other volatile confrontations have long been troublesome concerns that many K–12 schools and local education agencies (LEA) have had to contend with.
The problem with protecting K–12 and higher education environments is the realization that many bad actors come from within. And it can be hard to tell the difference between students with genuinely bad intent, and stupid teenagers just being stupid teenagers.
By Kris Houle
Only a few years ago, the idea of moving to the cloud was met with guarded optimism. But today, the shift is becoming more of a reality. An increasing number of campus organizations, whether corporate or higher education, are starting cloud migrations.
By Danny Garrido
Campus security and safety are two of the many challenges facing colleges and universities nationwide. When we think about safety and security on campuses, one might immediately think of active shooter scenarios and prevention.
• How Hospitals Use Video to Improve IAQ, Patient Satisfaction
• Extending the Perimeter on Campus Security and Safety
• Hybrid Access Control in Campus Environments
• Streamlining K-12 Safety and Security Grant Writing