Around the world, hotel chains large and small are constantly evaluating their safety and security programs for guests and employees alike. Many of them are finding that “best practices” (e.g., surveillance cameras, uniformed presence, and access control systems) are no longer sufficient for the number and variety of threats today.
Campus Shield uses radio frequency (RF) technology to reliably transmit alarm signals to hotel security in seconds from anywhere on the property. Most importantly, it provides detailed location information down to the room number if necessary.
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Several reasons Campus Shield may be ideal for your property:
- The personal alarm locator (PAL) is small and can be worn around the neck on a lanyard or kept in a pocket.
- The PAL can be activated discretely with one press.
- Campus Shield will track the movement of the person in distress.
- There are no dead zones.
- It performs effectively and reliably in multi-story buildings and parking structures.
WHAT IS CAMPUS SHIELD and how does it work?
Campus Shield is a radio-frequency (RF) technology panic button system that allows individuals to instantly and easily alert first responders to an emergency anywhere on campus. The key-fob sized panic button or PAL (personal alarm locator) travels with individuals on a lanyard or in a pocket. It works indoors and out. There are no dead zones, and it provides accurate location information whether the person in distress is in a basement, first floor classroom or third floor bathroom.
The system is activated by pressing a small, handheld device called a PAL. PAL activation is simple and discrete. People typically keep their PAL in a pocket or on a lanyard. Each PAL is assigned to a specific user, allowing first responders to identify the individual in distress.
Once a PAL is pressed, monitors at the head-end display a picture of the PAL holder, profile information, as well as the location of the emergency. If the PAL holder moves during activation, their location updates automatically at the head-end.
Monitors at the head-end display a picture of the PAL holder, profile information, as well as the location of the emergency. If the PAL holder moves during activation, their location updates automatically at the head-end.
Campus Shield is the fastest most reliable way to mobilize a response to a campus emergency.