- No Touch, Low Touch
- Going the Distance
- Driving New Options
- Accelerating Security
- Bringing Rapid Identification
Guide for public buildings: find a way to eliminate the spread of germs
By David Price
The global COVID-19 pandemic has made eliminating the spread of germs a critically important life-safety imperative.
Sensors: When less becomes more
By ZhiYoong Foo
What if the next generation of IoT sensing solutions offered ubiquitous, unobtrusive, and more aesthetically pleasing sensing? And, what would that mean for security and compliance?
The advantages of greater processing power at the edge and greater scalability in the cloud
By Robert Muehlbauer
When network video cameras first came on the market, they were chiefly bare bones video streaming devices.
Gigabit mmWave essential for today’s HD video security systems
By Alex Doorduyn
Many of today’s video security systems feature 4K HD video to help human operators monitor and react better, but also to provide the best possible raw video data for the AI and machine learning programs that are used to continuously enhance operations.
Mobile readers give immediate identification to police officers in the field
By Russell Megonigal
As biometric readers play an increasingly prominent role in law enforcement, one of the newest high-value use cases is the ability to identify persons of interest on the street using smaller mobile biometric readers that are easy and safe for officers to both carry and use.
Dover International Speedway implements safety and security for NASCAR races and Firefly Music Festival
By Barbara Rizzatti
The Dover International Speedway’s high-banked, one-mile concrete oval race track is known as “The Monster Mile”.
Homeland Security vows to offer protection during COVID-19
By Barry Goodson
The onslaught of COVID-19 has elevated security measures in every border control operation within the Department of Homeland Security.
Increasing Your Power Over the Network
By Ronnie Pennington
Networked devices have made all the difference in giving security and communication systems far more ubiquity, capabilities, and performance than anyone could have dreamed of when the IP was invented in 1974.
The art of protecting people, product, facilities and process
The manufacturing sector is extraordinarily diverse, ranging from the manufacturing of advanced fighter jets to ventilators, and pharmaceutical products to cars, paper products, steel, clothing, high-tech components and beyond.
By Eddie Reynolds
Whether you are walking through U.S. customs at an airport or the lobby at a critical facility like a data center, a visitor checkpoint to verify your identity is standard.
By Ralph C. Jensen
It is true that a picture is worth a thousand words. A nice, feel-good story is an escape from the mundane world of work.