“Our Avigilon solution is leaps and bounds faster than our previous system. It’s user-friendly and intuitive, and we can quickly train our staff to use it.”
Jennifer Pizzoferatto, Director of Finance and Operations at the American School for the Deaf
The school needed video coverage with enough clarity to decipher American Sign Language, an access control system that could be centrally operated and real-time alerts of critical events on campus.
Avigilon video security cameras provide context when incidents occur so administrators can address the situation accordingly.
Avigilon Appearance Search sorts through hours of video with ease to quickly locate a specific person or vehicle of interest.
Custom schedules in Avigilon Unity Access make it easy to move across campus during the day and provide alerts after hours.
Unusual Motion Detection leverages AI to learn what normal activity looks like within a scene, then flags anomalies for review.
Designed exclusively for deaf and hard-of-hearing students, and with both residential and live on-campus programs, it is essential for the American School for the Deaf to maintain a secure learning environment. The school sought expansive video coverage that provided enough clarity to decipher American Sign Language (ASL), an access control system that could be centrally operated and real-time alerts of potentially critical events on campus.
Keeping students who live on-campus safe requires video security and access control, and Avigilon Unity offered a complete solution.
Live video is displayed alongside access control alarms, making it faster and easier to verify the identity of a person.
AI-powered video analytics alert staff of incidents and allow them to quickly search through video when looking for a specific person or event that occurred.
Avigilon Unity’s interface is easy to learn, allowing more staff to be trained to manage the system and supervise the students.
Staff are alerted to incidents much faster than before, allowing them to quickly and proactively intervene.
Clear video footage allows staff to read ASL when reviewing incidents so they can address conduct issues and keep students on track with their development plans.
Staff can centrally monitor entry and exit points across campus, making it easier to keep students who live on campus safe, especially after hours.
As the school continues to welcome new students, the open-platform system can easily scale and integrate with new additions.
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