The initial role of an access control system is to manage ingress and, in some cases, egress. When all is said and done, one’s baseline defense is at the controlled opening. Not only must campus administrators be able to keep the bad guys out, they need an access control system that easily lets the good guys in. Today, the options are innumerable. Installing an access control system for future growth is every bit as important as making sure it is backwards compatible. Whether deploying standalone electronic locks, networked and/or integrated systems, or high-level technology such as biometrics, campuses should adopt solutions that can accommodate their changing needs.


Massive Complex Control

An Overview of Upgrading the Access Control and Security for one of Scandinavia’s largest University Hospitals, Helse Bergen—Haukeland University Hospital has more than 8,000 employees, and almost the same number of students belonging to the hospital. There are more than 120 different departments in the organization, and most of them are situated in the same…



Lodging – Casino & Resort

Integrator, IT Work Together to Install Fully IP Access Control at Resort and Casino Northern Quest Resort & Casino is a newly constructed, 660,000 square foot luxury resort with a 250-room, high-rise tower. The facility also includes 14 restaurants and lounges, a world class casino, 14,000 square foot spa, a pavilion which seats up to…



University of Louisiana at Monroe

Reclaiming Our Campus Construction projects, renovations and new vendors are helping ULM create a vibrant campus life for students. In the spring of 2002, ULM President James Cofer and his wife Deborah started the “Reclaiming Our Campus” initiative. Volunteer faculty, staff and community members helped with cleaning and landscaping the campus and painting the classrooms.…



Poudre School District

Electronic Access Control is Foundation for Effective School Security System Flexible PCSC system offers centralized control while meeting the needs of 47 buildings. When voters in Colorado’s Poudre School District approved a bond measure in 2000 to fund a new school security system, they made a clear statement about the value they place on keeping…



University of Toronto

PCSC Technology Among Honeywell’s Major Security Overhaul – The University of Toronto, one of the largest universities in North America, is keeping its three campuses safe and secure with a new, integrated security system – technology bolstered by comprehensive maintenance and service. Covering three campuses with a combined 200 facilities that serve more than 70,000…



St. Michael’s Hospital

Updated for the Future – Complete System Integration That’s Ready to Grow PCSC Technology is among Honeywell’s Complete System Integration. Honeywell worked with St. Michael’s Hospital in downtown Toronto to give the facility a fully integrated system for building and security controls. By updating some elements and developing plans to integrate existing systems, managing the…



University of Toronto’s Scarborough Pan Am

Partners in Security: Honeywell and PCSC Continue Major Enterprise Size Security Network Expansion Located on the University of Toronto’s Scarborough (UTSC) campus, the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC) is a world-class sports complex and the largest single investment in amateur sports in the history of Canada. This state-of-the- art facility requires advanced security and access…