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Touchless security solutions are here to stay

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Touchless security solutions are here to stay

September 2, 2020Ginger Hill, Managing Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine—“Touchless security.” This has become a major buzzword phrase — due to COVID, of course — as end user customers are seeking reliable, easy-to-implement security solutions that eliminate touch points. While some companies are designing new solutions, others are choosing to retrofit solutions to support this touchless world that is unfolding before our very eyes. Aiphone has begun to look at how it can retrofit its solutions so that they support touchless...

access control, Aiphone, COVID, COVID-19, sensors, touchless


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Aiphone opens East Coast office

May 25, 2016Paul Ragusa, Editor

REDMOND, Wash.—Aiphone, an international manufacturer of intercom and entry security products based here, announced the opening of an office in Cherry Hill, N.J., to support its new sales team working in the growing Eastern U.S. market.“We had seen some tremendous growth in the amount of business that we have in that area, from Virginia up through Maine,” Bruce Czerwinski, Aiphone's U.S. general sales manager told Security Systems News. “We now have a strategic office in the...

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Mayor/business owner donate funds for security system

January 11, 2015SSN Staff

EVART, Mich.—When Eric Schmidt, who is mayor of this city, the parent of a middle school student and a local business owner, found out that Evart Middle School had some security risks he set out to find a solution, according to a report in Cadillacnews.com Working with administration, Schmidt helped the district proposed a two-part plan, including a video identification system and a computerized identification card for staff at entrances. The report said that Stanley Security cut fees to make...

Aiphone, Eric Schmidt, EVART, Michigan Middle School, Stanley Security


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N.C. school district moves from people to tech for access control

September 11, 2014Amy Canfield

WILMINGTON, N.C.—Visitors to most schools in the New Hanover County district at the start of the new school year will be viewed on video before being allowed in. For the 42-school district, which previously “relied on people” for access control, that's a big security move, its safety director said.New Hanover County has deployed Aiphone video intercoms at all 27 elementary schools and seven of its eight middle schools. The system, which is also audio-equipped, will soon be rolled...

Aiphone, American Detection Systems, schools security, Security Systems News


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N.C. school district moves from people to tech for access control

September 11, 2014Amy Canfield

WILMINGTON, N.C.—Visitors to most schools in the New Hanover County district at the start of the new school year will be viewed on video before being allowed in. For the 42-school district, which previously “relied on people” for access control, that's a big security move, its safety director said.New Hanover County has deployed Aiphone video intercoms at all 27 elementary schools and seven of its eight middle schools. The system, which is also audio-equipped, will soon be rolled...

access control, Aiphone, American Detection Systems, Dave Spencer, New Hanover County School District, school security, Security Director News


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General News

ISC Solutions opens

November 4, 2010Martha Entwistle

NEW YORK—The transformed ISC East, now called ISC Solutions, opened here with a new look and crowded aisles yesterday. Was it a function of more people being at the show this year as opposed to last? Or was it the skinny aisles that gave the illusion that there were more people? The official audited numbers won't be available for more than a month, according to Ed Nichols of event organizer Reed Exhibitions, but attendees who spoke to Security Systems News said it didn't matter. They were...

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