Originally presented on: May 8th, 2020
Presented by: Brian Marris, Allegion connected accessories manager, and Jake Fergerstrom, Allegion electronic sales engineer
It’s important to keep security top of mind and transition from unsecure technology, such as proximity and magstripe, to smart credentials. Moving to smart technology doesn’t have to be complicated, but it is necessary to understand your options. Don’t get tricked by proprietary solutions. Misinformation or lack of knowledge on this topic can leave you in an undesirable—and potentially costly—situation. Know the facts before making decisions about your credential technology platform. Our hosts will explain differences between proprietary and open solutions and how the technology you choose today will impact your future.
Originally presented on: April 24th, 2020
Presented by: Tom Welham, Allegion director of integrator channel strategy and Curt Crick, Allegion integrator sales consultants
We all know electronic access control has value beyond simply securing the perimeter. But how can you help your customers understand that you can serve more of their needs? Hear some of the best practices on consulting with your existing customers to grow your value.
Originally presented on: April 21st, 2020
AIA CEU focusing on commercial applications of interior sliding door systems in healthcare, office and educational projects.
Originally presented on: April 16th, 2020
This webinar will explain when and where panic hardware is required, why it is used, and what other code requirements and exceptions need to be considered when selecting these devices. Code requirements for electrified options including access control, delayed egress, controlled egress, and electromagnetic-lock release will also be addressed.
Originally presented on: February 27th, 2020
This webinar covers the requirements of the model codes and the ADA Standards for Accessible Design that apply to classroom doors. It includes information about state legislation that may also have an impact on security decisions, and other considerations that should be taken into account when selecting classroom security products.