Red Hawk Fire & Security featured in Campus Safety Magazine’s April/May 2016 Edition
You Don’t Have to Be an Expert to Maximize Your Campus Passive Fire Protection. By Zach Winn.
Passive fire protection systems attempt to compartmentalize buildings to prevent or slow the spread of fires. Where active protection systems detect and suppress fires, passive fire protection systems aim to limit the spread of fires to minimize building damage. Passive fire systems also help firefighters attempting to put out a fire and give building occupants more time to escape.
Three Emerging Technologies Integrating Into Healthcare Security Programs
Emerging technologies are changing the face of safety and security in the healthcare industry at a rapid pace. What wasn’t even thought of last year is today’s reality. Healthcare facilities are constantly faced with the desire to upgrade or enhance their program, but are challenged by the functionality of their older, existing system. So how do you get the newest technology without replacing the entire system? The easy answer is turnkey system integration. This white paper will look at three of the emerging technologies that need to be integrated into existing systems and that are transforming healthcare safety and security including advanced HD cameras with multi-function capabilities and the stretch technologies that allow them to run over existing coax lines, web-based physical access control, and evolving infant monitoring systems that help provide peace of mind for new moms.
Reducing the Cost of Guarding Through Remote Video
Many businesses rely on traditional “boots on the ground” onsite guarding as an important piece of their security program. Remote Guarding is a significant evolution in the safety and security industry that is revolutionizing the way sites are protected, allowing companies to augment or even replace traditional guarding resulting in a considerable cost savings. Increasingly sophisticated technology coupled with competitive product pricing and the ability to integrate with existing systems has made this capability a reality for more businesses today.
The Bank Branch of the Future
The heyday of brick and mortar banking has passed. Today, given the opportunity, more than 60% of teller interactions would take place outside of normal banking hours. The revolutionary banking technology, Interactive Teller, is shaping the new branch bank by combining video collaboration and remote transaction processing embedded within the traditional ATM machine to give banking customers the choice of self-service or connecting with a remote teller in a highly personalized, two-way audio-video interaction. Interactive Teller frees onsite tellers to provide customer service while maintaining high satisfaction rates and even growing business with customers.