It’s a great occasion when we can admit an issue faced by our our own company and happily report that it has been solved by one of the very products we represent and support. Dash Door is happy to pass along an informative white paper and provide a product testimonial that has had a […]
by Steve Sanko on 3/12/2017
by Steve Sanko on 12/12/2016
Dash Door’s Glass & Glazing Group has been awarded the Interior Glass Package for the Miami Beach Convention Center Renovation & Expansion Project interior glass package. Dash Door’s scope entails all interior curtainwall, interior storefront doors and all interior glass / mirrors. Per general contractor Clark Construction’s website, the $500 million project features the renovation […]
by Steve Sanko on 2/20/2016
The importance of educating a client on the standards of the 10A/10B finishes is imperative in setting expectations for both client and service provider. We have spoken to many distributors who have reviewed warranty claims made based on a lack of knowledge of the topic. The article reprinted here has served as a guide for many where manufacturers may have faltered in educating distribution on the topic.
by Steve Sanko on 1/18/2016
The human brain has limited attention span capabilities. A 1999 study (Green, 1999) found that after 20 minutes, guards watching a video scene will miss up to 95 percent of all activity. Leveraging advancements in video pattern detection, video analytics technology addresses this issue and has comprehensively evolved from being a strictly forensic tool into a powerful proactive solution. Paired with high-definition imaging, HD analytics provides security operators with highly accurate alerts and clear image detail, enhancing their ability to effectively intervene and take action when an incident occurs.
by Steve Sanko on 1/14/2016
According to a recent global survey by Forbes,1 most organizations (58% of respondents) monitor fewer than half of their valuable assets with surveillance. That means that many assets are left unprotected despite the fact that in the U.S. alone, companies spend over $15 billion per year on video surveillance.
by Steve Sanko on 1/10/2016
Recent advances in digital video technologies make it possible to address concerns about the effectiveness and cost of active monitoring, as well as dealing with bandwidth issues for remote sites. Deploying increased intelligence in cameras and in devices at the edge of the network can ensure that people get access to the right video data in a timely manner.
by Steve Sanko on 1/1/2016
PrivacyVue™ and Enviralum partner to offer the first Florida Building Code approved impact-resistant fixed glazing system with switchable glass PrivacyVue™ switchable glass is now offered in an exterior-hurricane impact storefront product. Enviralum’s ENV-450 fixed window wall system recently obtained Florida Building Code Approval by meeting large and small missile impact requirements with PrivacyVue™ […]
Dash Door furnished & installed the interior aluminum and glass partitions for the Braman BMW showroom offices.… https://t.co/tJIqsMwRVM
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