See FiberPlus at the NFMT Conference on March 7th to 9th!

National Facilities Management and Technology Conference

The NFMT Conference is the largest expo for facilities management!

FiberPlus will be attending this year’s National Facilities Management and Technology Conference & Exposition being held at the Baltimore Convention Center on March 7th to the 9th 2017. This is the largest free conference and product expo for facilities professionals. Each day has a series of different classes and conferences, and for the first time this year, attendees will be able to attend hands-on learning labs. Over 500 vendors will be present with information and materials. Come to network, learn, and equip your arsenal of facilities management tools!

Check out their website to learn more.

FiberPlus will be having demonstrations on:

Public Safety DAS

What is Public Safety DAS/First Responder?

In 2009, IFC 510 was enacted, which updated the fire code with suggested jurisdictional guidelines for emergency responder radio coverage. These are a few of the important IFC 510 guidelines:

  • 95% of all areas on each floor of the building must meet radio signal strength requirements.
  • Any new buildings must have approved emergency responder radio coverage throughout the building.
  • If the existing wired system is not able to be repaired or is being replaced, then all buildings are required to retrofit the building with radio coverage or enact a timeline for the retrofit as identified by the jurisdiction.

Biometric Access Control

What is Biometric Access Control?

Access control is a means of authorizing personnel to enter a secure facility or gain access to a restricted object. Biometric access control analyzes biological data to allow authorized individuals access to a secure facility or object. This includes measuring several different types of human characteristics, such as fingerprints, eye retinas and irises, facial shapes, vocal patterns, and hand measurements.

Since it is virtually impossible to fake a biological imprint, biometric access control proves to be very effective at maintaining security within professional facilities.

Facial Recognition

What is Facial Recognition?

Facial recognition is a facet of biometric access control. This method of access control involves identifying a person by comparing a live capture or digital image data with a stored record of image data for that individual. Facial recognition systems are most often used for security purposes, but they are increasingly being implemented in a variety of other applications.

Meet up with FiberPlus

If you’re attending NFMT this year, be sure to stop by Booth #1419 and say hi to our crew! We specialize in electronic security systems, public safety DAS, and low voltage cabling. We have over 25 Years of experience in the data communications industry! Stop by our Booth to learn about the newest technologies and get advice on what you can do to improve your facilities management.

Get in Touch with FiberPlus

FiberPlus has been providing data communication services for a number of different markets through fiber optics since 1992. What began as a cable installation company for Local Area Networks has grown into a top telecommunications business that can provide the Richmond, VA, Columbus, OH, Pittsburgh, PA, Baltimore, MD, Washington DC, and Northern Virginia areas with a number of different services. These services now include:

  • Structured Cabling
  • Electronic Security Systems
  • Distributed Antenna Systems
  • Audio/Visual Services
  • Support Services
  • Specialty Systems
  • Design/Build Services

FiberPlus promises the communities in which we serve that we will continue to expand and evolve as new technology is introduced within the telecommunications industry.

Have any questions? Interested in one of our services? Call FiberPlus today 800-394-3301, email us at, or visit our contact page.

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