ACUHO-I Annual Conference scheduled for July 9-12 in Seattle, Washingotn
Physical security solutions provider, Allegion will host an educational session at the Association of College and University Housing Officers-International (ACUHO-I) Annual Conference and Exposition in Seattle. The educational session is entitled “Security Technology and Terms 101” and is scheduled for Monday, July 11 at the Washington State Conference Center.
Presenting the talk will be Allegion’s campus expert Jeff Koziol and national account manager David Stallsmith. The talk is designed to educate attendees on how to engage in technical discussions focused on access control, ID cards and electronic locks in order to be active participants in choosing solutions that will meet the needs of their respective campuses.
“It’s important to ask the right questions when speaking with facilities, security and IT departments, and this session will help attendees do just that,” says Koziol. “The continuing education of industry professionals is part of the business we greatly value at Allegion, and we work to equip attendees with the necessary information to help them collaborate with other departments and ensure residential halls are more secure, more efficient and offer an enhanced residential experience around the topic of controlled access.”
The annual conference and exposition will take place July 9-12 and is the largest event of the year for ACUHO-I. The event brings together more than 1,500 campus housing professionals from both the US and abroad.
In addition to the educational session Allegion will also showcase some of its suite of solutions on the exhibit hall floor, including:
Schlage NDE Series. The Schlage NDE wireless locks offer universities and residence halls a way to move from metal keys to electronic access control on dorm rooms doors and other entry points. The NDE Series also enables users to view who has access where and when, by using the ENGAGE mobile app.
aptiQ Multi-technology Readers. Designed to simplify access control solutions, aptiQ multi-technology readers enable campuses to transition from magnetic stripe or proximity to smart card technology at their own pace without changing readers down the road.