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  • Intercom takes center stage in smart home
    Today, intercom systems are seeing an expansion of their basic functionality. More and more, vendors are integrating intercom functions into their own smart home systems to provide additional value to users.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 1 / 12 / 2016
  • Nedap Identification Systems announces first certified partners
    Nedap, the specialist in vehicle identification and detection technology for security, parking and traffic, announces that a first group of partners is now officially certified according to the guidelines related to the Certified Partner Program that was introduced at end of 2014.
    Editor / Provider: Nedap | Updated: 2 / 10 / 2015
  • The 6 not-to-miss control panels in H2 2014 presents you six control panels from major international brands to review in the Q4 2014. More and more products come to major market with integrated functions of access control and home automation.
    Editor / Provider: Editorial Dept. | Updated: 11 / 4 / 2014
  • Wouter Vansteenkiste joins Nedap as Channel Development Manager
    Nedap has appointed Wouter Vansteenkiste as Senior Channel Development Manager of Nedap Identification Systems, leading specialist in systems for automatic identification of vehicles and people and wireless detection of vehicles in parking bays.
    Editor / Provider: Nedap | Updated: 10 / 21 / 2014
  • Exploration: Sensing automation
    Sensors are fundamental for smart home. Smart home systems rely on a number of sensors to gain understanding of the environment to enable devices to respond accordingly. In essence, sensors communicate with each other and the smart home system to make a home intelligent. The intelligence may then be
    Editor / Provider: Editorial Department, a&s SMAhome | Updated: 10 / 9 / 2014
  • Life on the edge: a sensor infographic
    If you think about it, they may be the unsung heroes of any security system. No matter how sophisticated your control panel, or how fancy your keypad, it is the sensors (those devices at the edge) that are on the front lines – and provide the real intelligence in a system.
    Editor / Provider: Honeywell Security | Updated: 1 / 3 / 2013
  • Icantek, KMT, Micro Digital and Nextchip Share Viewpoint of Market Strategies
    The latest on display is our 2.3-megapixel, full HD (1,080p, 30 fps) camera, and we will launch our 3-megapixel model by the end of the second quarter and 5-megapixel by the end of the year. We feel that the economy is back on full swing, and we are expected to grow 100 to 200 percent this year. Tod
    Editor / Provider: Hayden Hsu | Updated: 6 / 4 / 2012
  • Sky is the Limit: Airport Security Soaring into Smart Management
    Heightened aviation security since the 9/11 attacks and subsequent terrorist threats has brought along increased awareness, for danger can be detected or deterred before brought into the air. As new airports continue to be constructed and existing ones upgraded, newer technologies like HD video s
    Editor / Provider: Camille Shieh | Updated: 7 / 4 / 2011
  • US Construction Company Deploys Wireless Security Perimeter
    Inovonics, a provider of wireless sensor networks for commercial and life safety applications, together with Optex, a supplier for outdoor perimeter security, have become the wireless security system of choice for Armed Response Team and Shumate Constructors, an Albuquerque, New Mexico-based constru
    Editor / Provider: Inovonics | Updated: 4 / 14 / 2011
  • Energy Harvesting and Wireless Sensors Ready for Prime Time
    Energy harvesting is the conversion of ambient energy into electricity to drive small or mobile electronic and electrical devices. Wireless sensors are particularly in need of energy harvesting because they are increasingly deployed in numbers and locations where hard wiring or battery changing are
    Editor / Provider: IDTechEx | Updated: 10 / 4 / 2010