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As public schools and universities move into the digital age, they require new wireless technologies to help them remain plugged in and informed. Two way communication is also vital for the vast logistic and security needs, to keep the students and faculty secure.
Digital two-way radios can be integral to developing a high-tech school communication network that helps teachers and principals send for help at the first sign of trouble. The challenge, of course, is how to pay for new technologies. It’s rare for taxpayers to foot the entire cost of a communications network upgrade, so savvy school […]Read more →
Two-way radios are vital links for the security systems of K-12 schools. Along with video surveillance cameras, radios help school authorities identify threats and communicate them to law enforcement. They also help with dozens of vital communication tasks, whether it’s coordinating a response to stormy weather or calling on the principal when kids in the […]Read more →
Universities usually deploy sophisticated communication networks to connect their security services and remote campuses. But service departments within a university often have limited budgets for communications gear and have to get by without tools like walkie-talkies to streamline their operations. However, campus bookstores, cafeterias, libraries and health clinics all have people who can do their jobs […]Read more →
It’s the greatest fear for any public school—a student is reported carrying a weapon. Somebody calls the police, a producer in a local TV station’s newsroom hears “gun at school” on the police scanner and dispatches a reporter to the scene. If there’s anything to the report, the local news media jump on it with tweets, […]Read more →