The Kokes Team worked with the Security and Engineering experts at CM3 to design a 100% keyless environment for its residents. Modern-day technologies for door entry intercom, access control, and video surveillance systems provide the latest security technologies without compromising on convenience.
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a layered approach to securing your online accounts and the data they contain. It only takes a minute or two to enable it, and it provides a second level of protection that seriously deters cyber attacks.
CM3 Building Solutions, Inc. has announced that it is now licensed to provide fire alarm services in the state of Delaware.
Integrated access control solutions deliver single pane-of-glass interface for property managers and complete access control for building entries, common areas, package rooms, apartment units, and visitor access using a single credential.
When you think of the HALO smart sensor, you might think solely about detecting vape in a school bathroom, but it actually does a lot more than that – which is why it’s one of the most popular solutions we install.
With all the advancements in security, it might seem like you have to start from scratch to get a comprehensive system. But that’s not true. Third-party systems you already have installed can often be made to communicate with each other through a comprehensive systems integration plan.
Whether your property is budget-friendly or luxury-focused, today's building technologies can increase property value, strengthen security, and reduce operating costs. And, many leverage existing infrastructure and wiring, so system upgrades are simple and affordable.
Historically, Public Address Systems have been the backbone of school communications - from bell schedules to fire alarms. Recently, with increasing needs for lockdown systems and the emergence of COVID-19, PA systems assume yet another integral role in school safety. It is this role which qualifies them for both ESSER funding and DOJ grants.
With more than 97% of American adults owning some type of mobile device and more than 85% owning a smartphone, it begs the question “Why is your fire alarm system still using a landline?”.
All too often customers think that upgrading their video surveillance system means a complete overhaul of their system, but a “rip and replace” is not necessarily a foregone conclusion. Here are five relatively easy-to-implement and affordable upgrades to your existing system.