NAPCO Secures Texas Schools with New Project

NAPCO Security Technologies, Inc. has announced that its products are being used in a school district security project at the Tyler Independent Schools in Tyler, Texas. The district has approximately eighteen thousand students.

The project includes the installation of NAPCO ‘s Continental Access division access control system at the district’s two new high schools, Robert E. Lee High School and John Tyler High School. The system will control access to over sixty doors in both schools utilizing the new CA4K software and associated hardware. Features of the CA4K software program include the fast processing times, rapid door opening, full data downloads in minutes, email and SMS alerts, and control of up to 32,000 doors.

Richard Soloway, CEO of NAPCO commented: “We have seen new legislation passed which directs funding to schools for security which we believe will be a positive tail wind for us. We would like to thank the Tyler Schools for choosing our products.”

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