After revolving doors emerged on the architectural scene in the late 19th century, they were very much in vogue and favored as a way to provide building access stylishly.
When you think about the security industry, what is the first technology that often comes to mind? If you said video, you are correct. Video surveillance has been the market’s bread and butter for years, and it is only growing stronger.
When it comes to picking the right strategy, the right partners and the right products, you want to make sure the odds are stacked in your favor.
Security is still number one in driving mass-market adoption, with nine out of 10 consumers noting security remains one of the top reasons to purchase and use a smart home system.
Out of a vast number of proposals, Montevideo’s leadership ultimately selected the one submitted by SONDA, one of the leading systems integrators in Latin America.
Like many integrators, AVS specializes in a unique market. Of course they work in the real estate, healthcare, and government industry, but their secret sauce, if you will, is their expertise in securing data centers.
Today’s security leaders must present solutions to enterprise organizations that meet the needs of these diverse organizations.
IC Real Tech CEO Matt Sailor sat down for a few questions to shed some light on the company’s revolutionary technology and how it will benefit many vertical markets.
If you’re like most security professionals, your daily inbox is crammed with updates from industry associations, publications and online communities summarizing the hot topics of the day.
Recent data shows that crime continues to evolve. In some areas, overall crime is down, yet there has been an alarming increase in mass shootings and terrorism.
The last day of ISC West saw some unexpected and innovative products
Customers looking to invest in a network- based physical security system have many more options than the traditional analog world used to provide.
Yes, the world has changed a lot over the last five years and now we’re facing the next big challenge: the Internet of Things (IoT), and how to get it right.
Putting the cyber security world into perspective, and in tandem with the physical security side, takes a little know-how, elbow grease and brain power.
In the security industry, a completed camera installation, active access control platform, and all its moving parts are nothing short of a work of art.
As a camera views and records in 360 degrees, a circular, distorted image is produced, making it essential to process the image so that the human eye can comprehend the image easily.
You already know you’re going to put some of that expensive security equipment outside in the elements. You also know how brutal the elements can be on sophisticated electronic solutions.
As any security dealer or integrator knows, there are two revenue results of making an access control sale: the proceeds from the original sale itself and the potential recurring revenue that can be wrought from the sale down the road.
4K and Ultra High Definition (UHD) video content has approximately four times the resolution (4 times the number of actual pixels) of 1080p full HD. 1080p content has more than twice than 720p resolution. Add audio, metadata, potential multiple camera streams and you’ll soon be asking how you can deliver such high resolution over limited bandwidth connections or simply how to reduce storage costs.
You’ve heard of IdentiSys, and its mission to supply identification and card solutions to end users in North America.