As more businesses reopen, employees and customers alike are searching for safer work and shopping environments. Fortunately, groundbreaking technology offers a way to keep both employees and customers safer as you reopen your retail business. Thermal scanners offer a fast and easy way to screen visitors to your business — regardless of mask mandates.
A new police reform bill has recently been signed into law by Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker. House Bill 3653 includes criminal justice and police reforms in an effort to increase accountability and transparency in law enforcement in the State of Illinois. As laws evolve regarding the use of law enforcement technology, industry leaders like Panasonic are creating easy-to-use solutions for public safety organizations.
The Panasonic Arbitrator digital video system provides safety and security for law enforcement, but did you know other industries can benefit? Read on to learn how the Arbitrator digital video system could benefit your business or organization.
The COVID-19 pandemic shows no signs of slowing, and companies are becoming increasingly concerned about protecting employees and customers from potential health hazards. Learn how using non-contact thermal scanners at your business entry point can help you keep employees and visitors safe.
Risks associated with the COVID-19 crisis can be minimized if all people entering a business or building are wearing face masks & are screened to check for fever. Discover which type of temperature scanning device is best for your business—handheld scanner, standalone kiosk, or metal + temp scanning security gate.
Students, parents, teachers, and staff expect that school districts provide for them a safe and secure educational environment. That means securing school buildings from weapons, violence, and unwanted behavior. Learn how video surveillance cameras can provide a safer and more secure educational environment for your school’s students, teachers, and staff.
In the era of COVID-19, schools are turning to temperature scanning and facial recognition cameras to protect their students and teachers from the virus. School officials must provide a safe environment for their students and teachers and protect them from all manner of threats. Not all threats are related to physical violence, however.
While lawmakers and specific political groups continue to debate the use of facial recognition software, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the value of this technology into fine focus. Now, face-scanning software developers are rushing to create reliable products that can not only recognize faces, but also detect personal protection equipment…