According to officials with SFI Electronics, who will install the system at Woodruff Primary beginning this week, Spartanburg 4 will be the first K-12 school district in the state to implement this type of technology. “Most K-12 schools have video cameras in them, but none of them that we’re aware of have really put card access in,” said Thomas Warner, branch manager for the Greenville-Spartanburg branch of SFI Electronics Inc. “Anything that makes a more safe environment – that’s a plus.”
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Judicial Center, Charleston, South Carolina Charleston County opened its new state-of-the-art Judicial Center at the corner of Meeting and Broad Streets in August 2002. The Judicial Center forms the core of the county’s Judicial Complex, which includes the Historic Courthouse and other buildings. The Judicial Center‘s design incorporates both traditional and contemporary architectural detailing. The [...]
SFI Electronics provides the interface between the North Carolina DOT cameras on I-77 in Charlotte, NC and several local television stations. These stations broadcast video from the 26 state cameras on their newscasts.