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An In-Depth Look at the DTI Published Campus Safety Press Release

By Oliver Barnes, DTI



Digital Twin Imaging (DTI) has recently been featured in a unique and informative article by Campus Safety Magazine. The article highlights DTI's innovative approach to enhancing school security through the use of immersive virtual replicas, known as digital twins.


In an era where the safety and well-being of students and staff on school campuses have become a paramount concern, DTI's solutions offer a revolutionary approach to emergency preparedness and response. By leveraging state-of-the-art Lidar scanning and 360 photography technology, DTI captures every corner of a school building in order to mirror the exact physical environment that is seen in person.


The Campus Safety Magazine article delves into the numerous benefits these 3D models offer for school administrators, law enforcement agencies, and first responders. For school officials, the digital twins serve as invaluable resources for facilities management, virtual tours, and emergency planning. With a comprehensive virtual representation of their buildings, administrators can identify potential safety hazards, optimize space utilization, and enhance their overall security measures.


As Campus Safety Magazine continues to serve as a leading voice in the school security industry, its coverage of DTI's technology underscores the growing importance of innovative approaches to emergency preparedness. By embracing advanced solutions like 3D modeling, schools and public safety agencies can work together to create a safer and more secure learning environment for students and staff alike.


DTI's recognition in Campus Safety Magazine is a testament to the company's commitment to pushing the boundaries of technology in the realm of school safety. As more educational institutions and law enforcement agencies adopt these innovative solutions, the potential for creating a safer future for out communities continues to grow.

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