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  • What’s cooking in the smart traffic industry?
    With the number of private vehicles continuing to rise in most cities and governments eager to implement concepts such as smart cities to improve operational efficiency, the idea of smart traffic management is rapidly gaining traction.
    Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas, Freelancer | Updated: 2018 / 7 / 4
  • School security: Have you got the basics right?
    Despite several public debates about shooting incidents in schools, the reality is that the threat of gun violence in educational institutions has not been brought under control. The latest incident at a school in Indiana is proof of that.
    Editor / Provider: Prasanth Aby Thomas, Freelancer | Updated: 2018 / 5 / 29
  • Optimizing behavior recognition with deep learning
    Behaviors like people fighting or having an argument can be dangerous to an end user organization and should be detected and dealt with as quickly as possible. To that end, artificial intelligence and deep learning can be a big enhancer for behavior recognition, helping the system recognize differen
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2018 / 5 / 22
  • North American market: Boom continues on growth engines
    The North American security market continues to be strong and robust. Drivers fueling this growth include the need to deal with persisting security issues in the North American region, as well as security technologies that have become more advanced yet affordable.
    Editor / Provider: William Pao, a&s International | Updated: 2018 / 5 / 15
  • Surveon raises the bar on security for campus
    Safety remains a critical concern for schools with violence, burglaries and shooting incidents appearing frequently on the headlines.
    Editor / Provider: Surveon Technology | Updated: 2018 / 1 / 26
  • Addressing lone worker concerns with technology
    Regardless of who and where, as the name implies, lone workers are on their own, needing to be largely self-sufficient — with wearables they don't have to be
    Editor / Provider: Eifeh Strom, Freelancer | Updated: 2018 / 1 / 17