Sexual assault in hotels is a serious problem. Unions and lawmakers are working to keep housekeepers safe—but cheap gadgets might bring new problems.
At this year’s HITEC, vendors wanted to convey was that their technology would make hoteliers’ and guests’ lives easier.
Vanessa Ogle, founder and CEO, Enseo, echoed this point. “When we launch a platform, how do we make it beneficial to each one of the constituents, so there’s benefits for everyone?”
Immediately after seeing the solution, the Lovejoy ISD team asked Enseo and Ogle to demonstrate the product and talk them through the solution.
Enseo, a digital signage provider, has deployed its MadeSafe security solution to the Lovejoy Independent School District in Texas.
Enseo’s MadeSafe Alert System for Education Enhances Student Safety at Lovejoy Independent School District
Lovejoy Independent School District has selected MadeSafe, Enseo’s technology-based security offering, as part of the district’s comprehensive safety solution for their students and teachers.
Richardson-based Enseo first developed the security wearable for the hotel industry. Now, it’s adapted its emergency notification tech for schools.
Teachers in the Lovejoy school district in Collin County will have panic buttons. The system is already used in some hotels. It allows teachers to press a button in an emergency.
At Lovejoy Independent School District, the superintendent is launching a new safety feature for all campuses. It’s called MadeSafe, created by Enseo.
“Businesses have realized they have to do more to protect their employees,” said David Simpson, chief product officer of Enseo.
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At the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile last month, Texas-based Enseo was demonstrating its distress device, called MadeSafe.