Analytics


Yesterday’s Hype

Yesterday’s Hype

Let’s admit it. When analytics first hit the market, they got off to a rocky start. Lots of hype, and high expectations. When it came to delivering on those promises, their performance often fell short of the mark.

Learn to Walk Before Running

Learn to Walk Before Running

Today’s analytics are not only better able to differentiate between true security incidents and false alarms, but can be programmed to trigger when a given event occurs.

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New Tool Uses Video Surveillance Feeds and Computer Algorithms to Track Social Distancing Behaviors

A MIchigan company is monitoring traffic in typically busy areas to show how locals are following stay-at-home orders during the coronavirus crisis.

Analytics Driven Solutions

Analytics-Driven Solutions

As city streets and sidewalks become progressively more congested, city planners are facing new safety challenges, including distracted pedestrians, a growing numbers of bicyclists on the road and an increase in public transportation.

Are Your Linux Servers Really Protected?

Are Your Linux Servers Really Protected?

It’s often thought that because the servers are behind lock and key and/or in a data center, and because the data is in continuous use, encrypting the server drives isn’t needed since the data is never at-rest.

Chicago Authorities Install 20 Cameras Along So-Called ‘Heroin Highway’

Chicago Authorities Install 20 Cameras Along So-Called ‘Heroin Highway’

In an attempt to crack down on drug traffic on the Eisenhower Expressway, authorities installed 20 new high-surveillance cameras.

Jacksonville to Upgrade Surveillance with High-Tech Crime Fighting Tools

Jacksonville to Upgrade Surveillance with High-Tech Crime Fighting Tools

Jacksonville, Fla. is looking to upgrade their surveillance with advanced technology such as gunshot detection.

AI in Security Industry Expected to Exceed $35 Billion by 2024

AI in Security Industry Expected to Exceed $35 Billion by 2024

Artificial Intelligence is finding a home in the security industry.



Seattle Sports Stadiums to Adopt Biometric Screening Platform

Seattle Sports Stadiums to Adopt Biometric Screening Platform

Seattle sporting venues to improve security with biometric platform.

Facial Recognition to be Used at 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

Facial Recognition to be Used at 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

A test last year showed gate checks using the facial recognition was more than twice the pace of the conventional system using x-ray with visual siting by security guards.

Boston to get 400 Body Cams After Pilot Program Finds Benefits

Boston to get 400 Body Cams After Pilot Program Finds Benefits

Boston Police Department is looking to phase in 400 body cameras after a yearlong pilot program showed benefits of the tech.

Bolstering Personal Security on the Go

Bolstering Personal Security on the Go

Devices and applications to help keep you protected while mobile.

New Scanners Aim to Make Airport Security More Efficient

New Scanners Aim to Make Airport Security More Efficient

New airport scanners could mean never having to remove items from luggage again.

Toronto Police to Double Surveillance Cameras, Add Gunshot Detection

Toronto Police to Double Surveillance Cameras, Add Gunshot Detection

Toronto Police hope to bolster city security with more surveillance.

San Diego International Airport Deploys Facial Recognition

San Diego International Airport Deploys Facial Recognition

An airport in San Diego is utilizing facial recognition to speed up the screening of passengers.

Google Duplex: What are the Security Implications?

Google Duplex: What are the Security Implications?

This new AI could present new challenges as well as opportunities

AI, Racial Profiling Put Credibility at Risk

AI, Racial Profiling Put Credibility at Risk

A news report states Hikvision has covered up evidence of racial profiling and Artificial Intelligence errors

How AI Can Deliver a Safer Future

How AI Can Deliver a Safer Future

The ability of the latest developments in deep learning and neural networks to detect suspicious behaviour looks set to revolutionize security and law

Drones Using AI to Spot Violent Behavior in Crowds

Drones Using AI to Spot Violent Behavior in Crowds

Researchers are pairing artificial intelligence and drones in the latest experiment to prevent crimes before they happen.

Facial Recognition to Aid in Border Security this Summer

Facial Recognition to Aid in Border Security this Summer

The Vehicle Face System is planned for testing in August at the Anzalduaz Port of Entry in Texas.

  • Approaching the Education Market with Milestone Approaching the Education Market with Milestone

    Milestone’s Laurie Dickson addresses Open Architecture, new equipment and the cost of entry and upgrading VMS systems over time. She also talks about how K-12 and Higher Education campuses differ in regard to surveillance system needs. Schools have certain guidelines they must follow to protect student identities, and Laurie addresses this question as well.

Digital Edition

  • Security Today Magazine - November December 2021

    November / December 2021

    Featuring:

    • Navigating System Integration
    • Protecting Premises and People
    • Cashing in Your VMS System
    • Encryption and Compliance
    • Security Breach at 38,000 Feet

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