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  • Iris recognition system secures university’s athletic department
    Auburn University found a way to defeat this access control threat. In 2011, it chose an iris-scanning solution by Princeton Identity. Eyes, after all, are something that students and coaches have with them at all times.
    Editor / Provider: Princeton Identity | Updated: 2018 / 12 / 18
  • Smart parents let their home give them peace of mind: Fibaro
    Modern parenting is no small feat, with parents often balancing full-time work with caring for their children, and sometimes even elderly parents or relatives with health conditions.
    Editor / Provider: Samantha Shen | Updated: 2018 / 4 / 11
  • Smart ways technology can ensure secure home: TP-Link
    With the earlier evenings that winter heralds, it may be no surprise to homeowners that this season brings more break-ins and potential burglars casing your home than spring and summer.
    Editor / Provider: Samantha Shen | Updated: 2017 / 12 / 29
  • Life360 introduces new notification center
    Life360 has updated its Notification Center to provide its users easier access to the notifications received. The new Notification Center features an at-a-glance feed of the family's daily activities and real-time alerts so the users can stay connected to their important contacts.
    Editor / Provider: Life360 | Updated: 2014 / 10 / 14
  • Honeywell launches DIY security system with Alexa built-in on Indiegogo
    Last month Honeywell briefly mentioned about its first DIY security system, and the product was officially unveiled on crowdfunding site Indiegogo recently. The DIY security system consists of several gadgets – a camera base station, sensors and an optional key fob.
    Editor / Provider: Elvina Yang | Updated: 2017 / 11 / 3
  • IHS: US residential security market continues to outperform Europe
    “The Market for Intruder Alarms – 2015,” a new study published last month by IHS Technology, revealed that the U.S. residential market for intrusion equipment was estimated to be worth just over $600 million in 2014.
    Editor / Provider: Cindy Lin | Updated: 2015 / 7 / 21