LONG Building Technologies is one of the largest systems integrators in the western United States providing product and services in facilities and security solutions across eight states (Alaska, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming). LONG is best defined by the way we treat our customers – the heart of our business.
LONG Building Technologies launched their facility solutions business in 1965 and currently supports open protocols, open distributions, and open platforms. LONG also provides data driven services leveraging powerful analytics. Security solutions launched in 2008 and deploys state of the art access control, video management, and intrusion detection systems. LONG has become the largest security integrator in the region supporting S2 Security and boasting the most comprehensive compliment of certified security technicians. The educational sector remains a strong focus market. LONG is currently working with many of the K-12 School Districts on making their districts safer, more energy efficient, and more productive.
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LONG’s partnership with Facilities and Security Solutions provides schools with the following tools to maintain and secure their buildings
Access control systems give school administrators the ability to limit access to and monitor their schools. A single person can monitor the school from a central location 24/7.
Video management systems are a key component of surveillance that give school administrators the piece they need to see what is going on in their schools.
Mobile security management products assist school officials with monitoring and managing their security system remotely.
Building Automation provides school administrators the ability to seamlessly integrate HVAC, Lighting, and other building systems. With Building Automation administrators are provided with a truly open solution that creates a sustainable foundation for the life cycle of your building.
Building Analytics gives school administrators the ability to identify potential energy related issues within their facilities. With Building Analytics, administrators can track and analyze their HVAC system’s data consumption.