When it comes to security and home automation, there are a lot of questions homeowners need to ask themselves. Do I want a smart home?
At the peak of El Salvador’s sugar harvesting and processing season, the Ingenio Azucarero Injiboa mill in San Vicente becomes incredibly busy as hundreds of employees change shifts throughout the entire day, typically seven days a week.
In the decade that First Service Insurance (FSI) has conducted business in Roseville, Calif., it has provided contractors with specialized property and casualty insurance products focused on general liability, workers compensation, business auto and bonding/surety.
As interest in connected home technology rises, consumers are beginning to pay attention to its many safety and security benefits.
This month I ventured out just a little bit to talk about residential security, though much of what I learned also applies to commercial and industrial security. No better place to learn about software than Silicon Valley.
Most dealers know that it’s crucial to run a credit report before signing up a new account. But it’s also worth remembering that it’s not a minor detail, and even a borderline credit record may have long-term repercussions.
There are many challenges associated with securing Specialized including theft protection and loss prevention, general security for employees, and protecting the company’s highly confidential trade secrets which are safeguarded at headquarters.
According to several studies, growth is now focused on “self-installed” products that piggyback on the popularity of smart phones and the tech-savvy millennials that use these devices for everything from banking to prepared food delivery.
More than a decade ago, the talk was all about convergence. Well, the industry has converged, but there is now something more interesting on the horizon.
An important aspect of an EPD is to provide the basis of a fair comparison of products by their environmental performance.
Vanderbilt Industries has announced an agreement to work with Heartland Campus Solutions, a division of Heartland Payment Systems, to deliver customized solutions and integrations to the higher education market.
OffSite Vision Holdings, Inc. (OSVH) today announced that the company will be exhibiting at the ISC East show, the east coast’s largest security show that will bring together the top security professionals in the industry.
ComNet, Communication Networks of Danbury, Connecticut, a USA-based manufacturer of fiber optic transmission and networking equipment, expands the NetWave wireless Ethernet product line with a new, hardened unit for use in challenging applications.
Total Recall Corporation, a video-centric security technology provider, will showcase its exclusive CrimeEye line of citywide surveillance solutions and exciting new product technologies and solutions at the 122nd Annual International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference and Law Enforcement Education and Technology Exposition this October in Chicago.
The company is bringing its full-suite of integrations as well as security systems and solutions.
It used to be when attending a trade show that one came away with a tote bag full of printed marketing materials. This practice started to change when CDs and thumb drives were introduced to present these materials.
Dancing Moose turned to Stone Security of Salt Lake City to design and install the state-of-the-art, integrated monitoring and security system.
Demand for company's technologies grows in the border security, military, government, transportation and event environments.
To develop new high-throughput iris recognition and mobile biometric identity solutions.
Feature-rich device designed for instant, hands-free communication with monitoring services.