Why knowledge in IT has become more essential for integrators
Today's security devices have become more network-centric. Against this backdrop, security systems integrators must develop strong IT capability and understand more about network security to be able to deliver solutions that their clients truly need.
Engaging workers with wearable technology for warehouses
Apart from tracking inventory and assets around the warehouse, another benefit of IoT is the ability to improve the accuracy and performance of human operators.
Drone startups: carving out a niche for success
As drone applications continue to grow, this is creating new markets for startup companies to cater to. Thus, the challenge for these companies is to come up with a good product and match it with the appropriate customers. One way to do these is to focus on a particular market segment and figure out what specific needs or requirements are not being met.
Safran to sell Morpho Detection to Smiths Group
Safran has reached an agreement to sell its U.S.-based subsidiary Morpho Detection and other detection-related activities to Smiths Group for an enterprise value of US$710 million.
Startup companies: financing the dream
Many are attracted to the notion of being a "startup" as it conjures up images of young, hip companies working on the newest technology or cutting-edge ideas. It's no surprise, then, that an increasing number of companies have taken to proclaim themselves as such to jump on the hype and draw the attention of potential investors. Therefore, the question would be: what makes a company a real startup
Robots in physical security – down the road, but still not close
The use of industrial robots is already common practice in the manufacturing industry. Once limited only to science-fiction movies and expensive military projects, people can now encounter them in their very own homes.
Optex explains how laser technology innovates intrusion detection
The REDSCAN is the innovative laser scan detector, provided by Optex. In secutech 2016, the company also introduced its latest series, RLS-20201, for indoor application. In the museums, it can be used to protect the valuable exhibit and immediately send out alerts whenever someone approaches it.
IntelliVision's intelligent video analytics adds value to video cameras
IntelliVision demonstrates how its intelligent video analytics can benefit the video cameras/systems for multiple applications in secutech 2016. The company offers unique patented technology for video analytics—processing, searching, video data mining, and analyzing vast amounts of real-time or stored video on a device or in the cloud.
Dahua displays next-generation HDCVI technology
Dahua Technology has on display at its booth various cutting-edge video surveillance solutions, among them HDCVI 3.0, the next generation of the company's own HDCVI technology.
Hikvision highlights new HDTVI solution technology
Hikvision Digital Technology, a provider of security products and solutions, is highlighting several new technologies at secutech this year.
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