|[January 25, 2013]
Viscount Systems Awarded Contract to Secure North Dakota Schools
BURNABY, British Columbia --(Business Wire)--
Viscount Systems (OTCMarkets : VSYS), a leading edge high technology
supplier of security systems and software, is pleased to announce that
Viscount's Freedom access control system has been selected to secure a
K-12 school district in North Dakota. Viscount's system will include its
IT-based access control solution as well as the company's new mobile
alarm and building lockdown software.
Stephen Pineau, President and CEO of Viscount, stated, "School security
is not simply about securing access to areas but also about real time
response to critical events. Our new Freedom Mobile software platform
provides school administrators the ability to change building security
levels and lock down entire schools by using a mobile device. Freedom
Mobile can also provide real time notiication of alarm messages as they
transpire. Finally, the system can be used to create muster reports
providing real-time location of staff and students within a school, or
those who may be unaccounted for in the event of a building crisis or
About Viscount Systems
Viscount Systems Inc., designs
unified IT and physical security software platforms for building
security and emergency planning. Recent awards include SIA Convergence (News - Alert)
Solution of the Year 2011 and Homeland Securities Platinum Award for
Emergency Response and Gold Award for Access Control at GOVSEC 2011.
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