- Understanding AI in Video Surveillance
- Collaborative Partnerships
- Balancing Safety, Security and Privacy
- Technologies Driving Impact
- Generating National Headlines
Improving operations and security in the airport setting
Airports are unique places. They are accessed by thousands of people every day. Few other facilities in the world have to screen so many individuals for personal and environmental safety while providing a positive experience.
Applying human intelligence to computer programs
Many video surveillance professionals have come across the terms Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Deep Learning (DL). But what do those terms mean, and how do they affect Video Surveillance?
Customers are driving changes, the open platform has become the industry standard
Integrated security solutions have become standard within the security industry, but recent years have seen a shift in the way companies want to manage their integrations.
How network video and audio are helping hospitals elevate patient care and workplace safety
Hospital safety and security is a series of if-then scenarios. If we can prevent patients from falling out of bed, then we can avoid serious, costly injuries.
Communications always evolving in people’s everyday lives
Technology has always driven change, whether evolving communications in people’s everyday lives or offering new functionality across business applications.
Disasters can cause adversity; officials must effectively manage
It is no surprise that tragedies on college campuses generate national headlines. Fortunately, active shooter incidents on campus are extraordinarily rare events, and campuses remain far safer than the community at large. However, shootings are not the only concern.
As smartphones have become ubiquitous, so has the need for mobile security apps
Does an organization need to invest in a safety app? The short answer is yes, the sooner the better. For the longer answer we must consider the technological, behavioral, and legal trends.
COVID-19. Where to begin? This pandemic appears to be nowhere near controlled or over, and it certainly has taken its toll worldwide and on all Americans.
Designing a security system with cybersecurity in mind
There’s a specific paradigm shift in the world of video that might be bigger than the transition from analog to IP more than 15 years ago.
Considerations for selecting government-grade security solutions
While access control is an essential consideration for any business, nowhere is it more necessary to maintain real-time oversight of who is on-premise than in a governmental facility — whether at the federal, state or local level.
Beyond solving crimes, surveillance video can serve as client’s protection against liability
Security managers, CSOs and other personnel tasked with mitigating risk at an organization are the first link in a long and vitally important chain.