Collaboration from ITS, Facilities and Campus Security helped bring to life this multi-faceted project which not only provides more security on campus, but also provides easier and more secure building access for students and faculty.
The project includes installing door proximity card readers, door position sensors, electric strikes, surveillance cameras, and even new doors in some cases. Phase 1, by far the most complicated phase of the project, is now complete and included many backend system tasks including, but not limited to, designing and programming the new system, re-carding the entire campus, and migrating existing systems and cameras into the new door access control system.
This project will not only help usher the campus into a modern card system, but will also improve security around campus and in the buildings. To find out more about this project, contact Campus Security at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The buildings upgraded by the Door Access Control (DAC) project are below:
Phase 1: Residence Halls, Campus Center, and Alpha Hall
Phase 2: Academic Buildings
Phase 3: Administrative Buildings