How integrator's role evolves in access control-IoT convergence
Demand for 'smart' cameras to rise, says edge camera startup
Rising global security concerns will boost the need for surveillance cameras but monitoring large numbers of feeds could be a challenge for security agencies. In this context, there would be an increased demand for cameras that are “smart”, says Auglle, a recent entrant to the security market.
Eagle Eye Networks defines real cloud for video
As the world becomes more developed thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT), everything we see and use are gradually embedded with some sort of cloud or Internet function.
Breaking News: Hikvision announces its acquisition of Pyronix
Pyronix, a security manufacturer focusing on intrusion alarm systems, has announced its acquisition by Hikvision. A multi-billion-dollar Chinese based company, Hikvision is one of the world's largest video surveillance manufacturer.
Why Nigeria's video surveillance market exhibits growth potential
6Wresearch forecasts the country's video surveillance market to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 5.3 percent from 2016 to 2022 in a recently published report.
How IoT is changing the security landscape
The Internet of Things (IoT) has become a catch-all phrase that encompasses all the communication that occurs among physical objects such as interconnected computer networks, sensors, and devices. It is clearly intertwined with the concept of Big Data, which is not surprising as increased interconnectivity will lead to a rise in the amount of information that can be generated by these ecosystems.
Multi-sensor analytics to learn behavior and alert anomalies
Security data analytics today, for the most part, remain a combined effort between software and human analyses. But with new technological advancements, the software could be doing more work for the users.
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.
New study shows police body cameras may increase violence
Police officers wearing body-worn cameras are more likely to face violence compared to those who aren't, according to a new study.
How access control systems are designed in IoT
With access control increasingly migrating towards IP, it will be an integral part of the Internet of Things. That said, access control systems must be designed to suit the overall IoT trend, helping users achieve better security and more streamlined operations.
How video contributes to smart retail
AGNI Technology, a secutech exhibitor based in Taiwan, was a participant at the show's smart retail pavilion, exhibiting its smart retail solution enabling retailers to better understand their customers.
Physical security companies rush to ensure cyber security
Engaging workers with wearable technology for warehouses
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