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  • V2X communication promises a safe and intelligent transportation system
    Based on a report from WHO, about 1.25 million people die each year as a result of road traffic crashes, raising serious concerns among many countries. In an effort to reduce crashes and death rate, US Department of Transportation has proposed a rule in 2016 to mandate Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) techn
    Editor / Provider: Secutech International | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 25
  • Automated classification system monitorized by SCATI
    The logistics center at Barberá del Vallés is equipped with the latest IP video technology, a video surveillance system to guarantee hub security and perfect integration into its package control and tracking system.
    Editor / Provider: SCATI | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 23
  • Hikvision's new domeless PTZ pushes surveillance boundaries
    Hikvision announces a new PTZ network camera series (DS-2DF6AxxxX-AEL) that applies innovation in a number of ways to improve the flexibility and reach of surveillance.
    Editor / Provider: Hikvision Digital Technology | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 17
  • Docusign secures multiple facilities with Brivo in expansion project
    DocuSign had an existing physical access control system that was outdated. The company needed a flexible solution that was scalable and quick to deploy as they expanded their presence both domestically and internationally.
    Editor / Provider: Brivo | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 13
  • The many applications of emotion recognition
    Human beings have various emotions, which can now be recognized by machines and computers thanks to advanced algorithms. One developer of such algorithms, Opsis, touted emotion recognition as being able to help a range of industries, from retail to healthcare, to achieve their business objectives.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 12
  • The 10 musts of museum access control — and one technology that does them all
    When Munch's The Scream was stolen from an Oslo museum in 1994, the thieves left a handwritten postcard. It read: “Thanks for the poor security.” As that famous heist and others show, every exhibit risks theft, damage, vandalism or terrorism — both carefully planned and opportunistic. In 2008, a gal
    Editor / Provider: ASSA ABLOY | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 9
  • Tackling the unknown with stadium security
    Thousands of people flood stadiums to watch major sporting events, not to mention the millions of viewers watching from home. With such a large viewership, stadiums have become a target for terrorists and others trying to make a statement.
    Editor / Provider: Eifeh Strom, Freelancer | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 9
  • New SpotterRF radar series optimized for low altitude aerial security
    SpotterRF, the provider in low cost compact surveillance radar (CSR) and three time ASIS Accolades winner, announced its new aerial surveillance family--optimized for low altitude aerial perimeter protection and interdiction.
    Editor / Provider: SpotterRF | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 6
  • How will artificial intelligence benefit the security industry?
    Have you ever wondered how the security industry can benefit from Artificial Intelligence (AI)? Before we dive into the details of the various applications that AI has to offer, we must talk about the processors first. AI is the computer science that enables machine intelligence, which requires seve
    Editor / Provider: Secutech International | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 3

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