Tracking Technology: A Deeper Look Into GPS, RFID & NFC

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Tracking Technology: A Deeper Look Into GPS, RFID & NFC

There are many different technologies that have been developed over time to track important assets, each with a variety of benefits to best fit your business’ needs. It can be difficult, however, to determine which tracking technology is the best fit. Let’s take a deeper look into the common tracking devices you may consider.

Tracking Valuable Assets in Sports Stadiums

When it comes to the world of professional sports, there are very few leagues that don’t bring in a hefty yearly revenue. On average, NFL teams generate $286 million per year, while Major League Baseball franchises average $237 million per year.

5 Takeaways from ASIS on Protecting Valuable Assets

ASIS 2017, bringing together the best and brightest in the security industry, was recently held in Dallas. Keynote speakers from all walks of life—from former President George W. Bush to billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban—discussed the evolution of security and the challenges that organizations face when trying to best protect people, businesses, and assets from risk and harm. Over 500 exhibitors showcased the latest evolutions of security technology, and over 22,000 members of the security industry attended the convention, sharing ideas, solutions, and new insights that will help to improve the industry as a whole. Here are five takeaways from this year’s show:

3 Major Benefits of Hotel Key Control Systems

Whether it’s the lure of endless sunshine in Arizona, snow-laden mountains in Colorado or the sandy beaches and crystal blue waters of Florida, the hotel industry across the country is thriving due to strong occupancy rates. In fact, PKF Hospitality Research predicts record U.S. hotel occupancy rates through 2017.

Key control a constant in gaming compliance regulations

In 2016, the United States gaming industry generated $73.1 billion, growing at an annual rate of 2.0%. These statistics include data from over 1,000 brick-and-mortar casinos located across 40 states, over 15,000 bars, restaurants and truck stops offering limited stakes gaming across six States, and nine iGaming operators.

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    Today’s K12 schools have to be prepared for anything and everything – especially an emergency. With both natural disaster and active shooter events on the rise, it is critical for schools to implement comprehensive emergency preparedness plans that prioritize the safety and well-being of those inside. These plans most often consist of lockdown, evacuation, and shelter-in-place drills with approximately 98% of public school students actively drilled on lockdown procedures.

    5 Benefits of Key Control For Small Municipalities and Medium Size Cities

    Securing smart cities with smart locks might be the next big thing – but what about securing small and mid-sized municipalities and cities that still rely on traditional locks and keys? With so much talk about the use of keyless entry, it seems as though the reliance on physical keys that persists throughout all municipalities has been largely overlooked.

    Enforcing Zero Trust Security at Hotels Using Key Control

    Hotels play host to priceless experiences: family vacations, million-dollar views, and once-in-a-lifetime adventures. But as every hotel executive knows, it is the assets inside that are even more valuable: people, property, and sense of safety. Protecting hotel assets therefore requires an iron-clad approach to security, also known as zero trust. With the help of key control solutions, hotels can easily begin implementing zero trust security policies that start working on day one.