Identiv seeks to be ubiquitous in IoE with Cisco
Soon, a smartphone could hold your driving license
As smartphone technology advances, manufacturers are looking to incorporate more and more functions into them. One of the latest could be driving licenses.
Huawei collaborates with partners for safe city ICT solution
Safe city projects of the past primarily consisted of merely video surveillance. However, these systems didn't allow for optimal management of events due to limited incident warning capabilities and inefficient command and dispatch.
FTC clears Apollo's acquisition of ADT: report
The acquisition of Boca Raton-based security business ADT by private equity firm Apollo Global Management has been cleared to proceed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), according to a report by U.S.-based publishing company McClatchy.
How alarm makers reinvent themselves for smart homes
Opportunities in the smart home market have encouraged several new companies to enter the market, but most importantly, it is setting the stage for some innovative adaptations from large security solution providers.
Obstacles to conquer in omni-channel retailing
Retailers have several paths when it comes to choosing and engaging customers and sales associates. They can choose different mediums such as digital signage and mobile apps and they can also choose who to engage, the sales associate or the customer directly.
Why IPConfigure claims it has "the most secure and efficient" VMS
Cort Tompkins, VP of Engineering at IPConfigure, explains how their VMS solution is different from the rest and why they believe SRTP gives customers an advantage.
Is biometric identification the future of ATMs?
A biometric solution at ATMs could add another layer of security that can't be copied or stolen and has the potential to further reduce the risk banks face.
Amthal shares view on security in commercial applications
According to Amthal Fire & Security's discussion paper on Security in Commercial Applications, the choice and design of a good system can start with understanding the building type and usage from a fire and security standpoint.
Hanwha Techwin says business as usual. But will people buy it?
Hanhwa Techwin maintains that everything will be the same after the name change, but the remark did little to dampen skepticism voiced by industry experts, some of whom took issue with what they said were the company's false assurances over the months.
Drones protect South African wildlife from poachers
Drones are increasingly taking over security surveillance in places difficult for human patrol. One of the latest examples of this can be seen in Africa, where an initiative supported by certain non-profit organizations, a wild-life preservation agency, and a drone manufacturer is helping curb the issue of poaching.
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