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Tag: Access Control

Webinar: Keyless access in residence halls not just for large campuses

On Wednesday, September 21, 2022, leaders from Swarthmore College and Denison University will present their experiences in a webinar hosted by CBORD and access control solutions provider, Allegion. The free event will explore how to implement keyless access in campus residence halls, discuss post-deployment results, as well as cover ways to justify the investment and obtain funds.

U. of New Mexico installs new turnstile system in campus libraries

The University of New Mexico has installed new turnstiles in its campus libraries that now enable tap access via the student ID card. The new turnstile systems have been added to all the entrances at all central campus libraries.

HID promotes Tim Nyblom to new, expanded higher-ed focused role

HID Global recently named Tim Nyblom to a new position within the company that will expand its focus on the higher education vertical. CampusIDNews caught up with Nyblom to discuss the new role, expectations for HID campus clients, and what the company is envisioning for higher ed.

Transact Campus secures 100th mobile credential client

Campus credential and payment solutions provider, Transact Campus, has reached a new milestone, adding its 100th mobile credential campus client. Across the now 100 mobile credential campuses, students have completed 100 million contactless mobile wallet transactions using the Transact Mobile Credential.

Stanford prepping for mobile access on campus

Stanford University is preparing for mobile access on campus with a new update to its campus mobile app. The Stanford Mobile app has added a new Mobile Key feature that will utilize HID Seos to enable students and staff to unlock doors on campus using mobile devices.

Pitt lifting pandemic access control restrictions

The University of Pittsburgh is lifting its on-campus, access control restrictions for university buildings. The initial access control protocols were instated following the arrival of the pandemic in 2020.

Finding ways the campus card can help deter school violence

A school shooting has put the spotlight on how campus IDs can potentially make students, teachers and communities safer. With the student credential at the heart of campus access control and security, could the card play a larger role in campus safety?

UMass Amherst deploys Salient for video, access control operations

The University of Massachusetts Amherst is shifting from analog to IP video, integrated with access control and intrusion detection on its Amherst, Mass. campus. UMass Amherst has standardized its video surveillance operations using the Salient CompleteView Video Management Platform, enabling campus security and safety staff to protect the campus with a 24/7 view of its video surveillance and integrated access control operations.

Auburn makes progress on card reader overhaul

Auburn University is making more progress on its card technology migration, updating and replacing a large batch of its card reader infrastructure on campus. A lengthy process for any university, this latest update from Auburn shows that the move to a secure credential is a worthwhile endeavor that requires time.

FREE webinar to detail transaction system procurement process

CampusIDNews is presenting a free webinar event with NACCU, and transaction system vendor, TouchNet, to detail the sales and procurement process for campus card administrators. The talk will include campus experiences from the Colorado School of Mines and Emory University, as well as offer some insight on the sales process from both the vendor and industry association perspectives.
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