Safety: Centralized and simplified
Emergency Operations Centers—also known as command and control centers or dispatch posts—are the center of operations for an organization's security forces.
From inclement-weather cancellations to chemical leaks; every organization should have not only a system in place to deal with the change, but also a system in place to communicate what needs to be done and by whom.LEARN MORE
Specifically designed around your needs, with detailed precision geared toward long-term usability. Combining access control, intrusion detection, and video recording and analytics to create the optimal system for your facility.LEARN MORE
Paging systems provide primarily one-way and limited two-way communication throughout a facility, typically used for making announcements or providing background music to common areas. One-way communications are most advantageous in areas where employees may not be able to answer a direct call.LEARN MORE
The ability to be heard is more important than ever. From in-room amplification for lectures to video conferencing around the world, investing in a properly-designed sound system brings your facility into the twenty-first century.LEARN MORE
Increasingly found in school security systems, apartment complexes, and hospital wings; video intercoms and wall- or desktop-mounted receivers allow users to control access into any area.LEARN MORE