1302, 2017

Total Recall Provides Citywide Surveillance Solution to the City of Chattanooga

Total Recall Corporation, a Convergint Technologies Company, is working with the City of Chattanooga and the Chattanooga Police Department to make their city a safer place. In partnership with Axis Communications and Genetec, Total Recall will provide the city with a citywide surveillance solution that includes fifteen units of its CrimeEye-RD-2 rapid deployment portable video surveillance system, the latest in its CrimeEye line of digital video surveillance solutions.

202, 2017

Convergint Technologies Adds to Its Culture and Capabilities with the Acquisition of Post Browning

Convergint Technologies, a worldwide leader in service-based systems integration, today announced the acquisition of Post Browning. Founded in 1978, Post Browning is a full-service systems integrator providing consultation, installation, and maintenance for the retail banking industry.

2601, 2017

Meet Convergint’s Transportation Security Expert Matt Powell

An area of significant focus for Convergint Technologies is the transportation vertical market. Convergint is experienced with many transportation sectors ,including airports, seaports, and public transit.  Transportation-specific solutions provided by Convergint include integrated security, fire, and life safety systems designed to protect transportation assets and mitigate risk.

2401, 2017

Integrate Access Control & Traka Key Cabinets For a Total Campus Solution

Campus officials are tasked with the challenge of providing access control to buildings, facilities, secure areas, equipment, and vehicles. The primary role of an access control system is to manage entry and exit for doors on campus. Not only must campus administrators be able to keep threats out, they need an access control system that easily lets students and faculty in.

2401, 2017

Hospital Emergency Alert System

THE CHALLENGE A large hospital in North America had traditionally relied on an overhead paging system to communicate both emergency and non-emergency notifications to its staff. However, the paging system did not cover all areas of the hospital. The hospital wanted to ensure staff could receive alerts regardless of their location.