Checking in visitors and providing an environment that makes them feel comfortable and welcome are an important part of any company's operations. That's where users can rely on today's visitor management systems, which have income more advanced and integrated, especially in an increasingly connected...
Separated from its original company, Princeton Identity intends to capitalize on the research base of SRI International to concentrate on markets that require manufacturing in volume, among other things.
Recently, there were reports on iris solutions being deployed at end user entities, with owners of these entities touting the accuracy of the technology. However, notwithstanding iris’s superior identification technology, it is by no means perfect and still has its shortcomings and limitations.
Data centers have become an increasingly important business, as enterprises acquire more and more servers to host their data. Amidst this trend, the need to keep data centers secure from physical and cyber attacks has become critical. While different defense mechanisms have been proposed, most agree...
More and more, AI is being applied to security as well, for example access control to airports or other critical infrastructure areas, as the ties between them get stronger.
Besides security, visitor management can also be used for business enablement purposes, thanks to an increasing amount of data that is fed into it.
Today, access control systems that are networked and integrated with other solutions not only help protect physical and virtual assets but also improve operational efficiency.
Today's visitor management systems come with more cutting-edge features and integration capabilities. This way the end user organization not only keeps premises safe and secure but also offers an enhanced guest experience, in the process increasing its brand awareness and value.
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.
In essence, an autonomous vehicle comes with a variety of sensors that are also found in the security world. Together, they serve as the “eyes” and “ears” of the automobile to avoid obstacles, prevent accidents, and inform the driver of the state of the vehicle.