Is video surveillance stepping into virtual reality?
HID mobile access included in the Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program
HID Global recently announced that it has been named a silver partner in the Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program (SEAP).
Thailand picking up the pieces
With the military having installed Prayuth Chan-ocha as the new prime minister of Thailand, political stability and honesty look to be the new buzzwords. a&s looks at how the markets and industry are doing since the coup a few months back.
Unifying city-wide surveillance systems
Pervez Siddiqui, director of strategic markets, explains how cities can take a collaborative approach to improve the safety and security of their citizens.
Understanding “Real” PSIM
PSIM (physical security information management) software is a rapidly growing segment in the security market. Its core strengths lie in the ability to integrate disparate systems, creating an intelligencebased situation picture and supplying operators with active policy management. As the market learns more of the benefits PSIM they have the potential to go beyond security and turn into a complete
Wireless transmission goes beyond boudaries
asmag.com would like to show you some decisive aspects on the advantages of applying wireless transmission systems and reasons why you should especially consider to deploying in traffic sector.
Why should you consider wireless transmission?
With advantages such as flexibility on distance, installation, and cost-saving, wireless transmission has been a perfect fit for outdoor locations that seem to be impossible for cabling.
LILIN IP product manufacturer certified as HDMI Adopter by HDMI Licensing
LILIN, a world-renowned IP camera manufacturer, is proud to announce its wholly-owned factory in New Taipei City, Taiwan, has been named as a Certified HDMI® Adopter by HDMI Licensing, the agent responsible for licensing the High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) specification.
[asmag feature] Wireless transmission for traffic vertical
It is widely known that choosing the right camera and back-end storage device are crucial in terms of video surveillance. As a matter of fact, transmission is the key factor that is easily overlooked in the entire monitoring systems.
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 applied to various use cases, such as security, convenience, comfort, energy conservation and more.
Security screening market projected to reach $9.10 b by 2020
The global security screening market is expected to reach $9.10 Billion by 2020, at an expected CAGR of 9.46% from 2014 to 2020, according to a new market research report.
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