The ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions team invites you to a college and university focused “Coffee Time” webinar series! Throughout 2017, we will be presenting topics covering the current security trends in the higher education industry.
So fill up your coffee cup and join us each month as we take a deep dive into these relevant subjects and provide valuable information to various stakeholders on your campus.
All webinars available 7:30a, 10:30a & 2:30p EDT. We look forward to “seeing” you there!
Understanding Total Cost of Ownership for New and Existing Building Access Control Systems
Thinking of deploying an access control solution on campus and want to better understand the total cost of ownership between technologies? Join Peter Boriskin, VP Commercial Product Management from ASSA ABLOY as he details the differences in cost and ongoing energy impact between traditional access control, integrated weigand, IP based solutions (PoE, WiFi) and wireless technologies.
When: April 17, 2017
Are you in control of your key system? Or is your key system in control of you?
Managing a mechanical key system can be a challenge. However, it doesn’t have to be if you follow some basic design principles and concepts. Join Dale Bowman, Director of Business Development for Medeco Security Locks, as he guides you through the key system challenges that most Universities and Colleges are faced with, and insight into what you can do to reduce or eliminate those challenges. Dale will also review the elements you should look for when choosing your next key system, and guidance on how to make a key system transition.
When: May 5, 2017
Managing ADA Accessibility at Challenging Openings on Campus
Learn how facilities management can provide ADA accessibility deeper into existing buildings without stressing the budget. Join Jay Vaitkus, Director of Business Development, Power Operators from ASSA ABLOY as he details how facilities personnel can accomplish this with decreasing budgets, challenging openings, energy reduction initiatives, code requirements, expansion of access control systems and increasing demands from students and staff.
When: June 29, 2017