Why being certified is important in security
UL standard fights against cyberattacks in physical security systems
UL has launched the UL Cybersecurity Assurance Program (UL CAP) for life safety and physical security systems to provide a testable cybersecurity criteria to evaluate software vulnerabilities, reduce exploitation, address known malware, and review security controls and increase security awareness.
Hunt integrates IoT devices with NVR
More and more, Hunt has migrated to solutions that integrate video with IoT and home automation devices, in its attempt to stay competitive in a market that is increasingly commoditized.
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
VIVOTEK demos compression, intelligent solutions at secutech
VIVOTEK, a leading Taiwan video surveillance manufacturer, showcased its latest compression and intelligent solutions at secutech this year, demonstrating how they can benefit retail, transportation, and other sectors.
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.
LILIN showcases 4K H.265 cameras at secutech
Merit LILIN, an exhibitor at this year's secutech, demonstrated a variety of solutions, including 4K H.265 cameras and 1080p video door stations for the smart home.
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.
Will 5G be the answer to mainstream connected devices?
Drone startups: carving out a niche for success
Seagate on how to choose an HDD and customer feedback on SRS
FingerTec demonstrates its 'soft' power
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