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Oregon community college taps AMAG, Allied Fire & Security

Zack Martin   ||   Dec 01, 2009  ||   

AMAG Technology, a security management and digital video solutions provider, has partnered with Allied Fire & Security, a security system integrator in the Pacific Northwest, and DAP Technologies, a rugged handheld computer manufacturer, to provide an integrated security solution to Lane Community College in Eugene, Ore.

The community college has installed AMAG’s Symmetry Enterprise Security Management System with Symmetry Video. Symmetry Enterprise integrates with DAP Technologies’ Guard System rugged, handheld wireless computers to increase the efficiency of data collection, processing and transmission, producing a mobile security solution.

The system also integrates with R32, the class scheduling software system used by the college. This three-way integration shares the same database enabling mobile enrollment and providing total flexibility.

Lane Community College’s Symmetry Enterprise Security Management System consists of 400 smart card readers and approximately 50 video cameras. AMAG’s Symmetry Edge Network Controller, a Power-over-Ethernet one-door controller provides the college with distributed intelligence and quick response to access requests even when offline.

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