The global biometrics market is expected to reach $20 billion by 2018, according to the recently released second edition of the Global Biometrics System Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018 report. While public sector adoption of biometrics trails that of the private sector – as is the case with many emerging technologies – adoption across the U.S. government is accelerating.
Mass notification has become a key element of campus safety and security. John Dellacontrada, assistant vice president of media relations at the University of Buffalo, New York, says he sought a “solution that we could deploy quickly and consistently, one that would work on desktop and mobile devices to get a message broadcast via various ways and that could work with our existing emergency public address system.”
You’ve reached the stage where it’s time to consider a new security system. The system you have works well enough; it might be outdated, slow or at its maximum capacity for growth, but it still does the job.
Among the worst things to hear: “I can’t find the master key.” Whether lost or stolen, that situation triggers a long and expensive process of rekeying. Perhaps this is the last straw pushing your enterprise toward an electronic access control solution.
Standardized access control gives the caretakers at Anthem Memory Care the agility they need to respond to incidents efficiently, giving them more time to focus on what is most important: the residents.