Diebold Intensifies Focus On Critical Infrastructure/Transportation, University/Education Markets
Customized solutions from experienced integrator – secure transportation hubs, educational institutions
20 November 2009
“Since September 11 and the Virginia Tech shootings, many enterprises have a renewed focus on protecting and increasing security at their facilities and institutions,” said Kevin Engelhardt, vice president and general manager, enterprise security and fire services group, Diebold Security division. “While we’ve always served these markets, we have developed a dedicated, experienced team to increase our presence in these sectors. With an extensive capabilities portfolio and technical expertise, Diebold is well-positioned to offer customized solutions to these unique markets.”
Diebold’s state-of-the-art integrated security systems give airports, seaports and other transportation hubs the ability to restrict personnel access to unauthorized areas for enhanced control without interrupting normal traffic flow. In addition, customized solutions like visual verification systems may be implemented at colleges, universities and other educational institutions to protect students, teachers, employees and visitors.
Diebold’s full scope of security services includes access control, intrusion detection, surveillance, systems design and project management, preventive maintenance, technical and software support and monitoring. From conceptual design to implementation and installation, customers can work with one company for all of their security needs.
“To effectively serve these markets, you must fully understand Transportation Security Administration (TSA) mandates, as well as federal and state requirements,” said Engelhardt. “We understand these requirements and are able to create a customized strategy to fulfill them while still meeting the customer’s unique needs. Our level of engineering, service, IT competency and project management ensures an effective security program no matter the size or complexity of an organization.”