Mixed-use properties have multiple access points: front gates, garages, lobbies, resident dwellings and amenities, and business centers, to name a few. The security and connectivity of these access points can protect residents and tenants, and enhance their experience with the appropriate architectural insight. This course will help learners better understand the role commercial doors, operators, gates, and dock equipment have in creating an efficient, secure, connected facility. Learners will explore four types of security access solutions and where they can be used in mixed-used properties. Door, gate, and operator safety will also be discussed, with particular emphasis on the UL 325 and ASTM F2200 standards. The course will also discuss the role of connected access solutions as part of an overall digital user experience.
The impacts of COVID continue to plague organizations and force them to adapt to the realities of today. Luckily, the massive work-from-home movement is now a regular routine. But as greater portions of the nation become vaccinated and businesses begin to start reopening their doors to employees, customers, and students, it’s important to take a look at key trends that will help organizations rebound better.
2020 Vision for Multifamily Property Physical Security: Five Statistics to Focus Your Energy This Year
Property owners and managers like you are expected to answer some big questions as you create short and long-term strategies for your properties. To better understand the market need, Brivo and Security Management Magazine recently surveyed more than 500 security professionals on their vision to improve physical security practices and make better security decisions. This report shares the goals, challenges and positive impacts revealed in the survey.
This course will explore how to incorporate electronic intelligent keys, mechanical rotating disc locking technology, and access control software to achieve the highest security access control system available. We will review the current security concerns of North America’s critical infrastructure, describe access control technology and how it works in conjunction with a mechanical and electrical interface, as well as relevant codes pertaining to high-security lock mandates and other mandates for specific critical infrastructure sectors.
Your Multifamily Technology Opportunity: How, when and why offering better physical security and broader property technology solutions increases your revenue.
How might a facility, property or asset management company respond to challenges so they can spend more time attracting reliable tenants and increasing revenue?
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