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From Intelligence and Data to Dollars: Monetizing the Internet of Security Things

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From Intelligence and Data to Dollars

The largest device market in the world will no longer be smartphones, according to Gartner’s November 2015 study. In fact, by 2020, 28.1 billion devices, will offer connectivity and data, from smartphones and vehicles to embedded microcomputers and security devices according to an IDC forecast. This is the Internet of Things.

Analytics In The Dark

Analytics In The Dark

The adoption of thermal cameras in mainstream security has increased considerably over the last decade, and Oregon-based FLIR Systems has been a leading innovator in the industry.

A Full Spectrum

ASIS 2016

A Full Spectrum

Security is the perfect business discipline. It’s infused with technology, innovation and multifaceted applications that cross managerial, sector and international borders.

Prestage Farms rolls out surveillance equipment to keep things in perspective

An Eye On Farming

Although poultry farming has been considered by many to be a relatively lowtech operation, management of Prestage Farms has instead embraced technology as a means of ensuring the highest quality products possible, and they approached Clinton, North Carolina-based security integrator Star Communications for help.

Deep In The Heart Of Texas

Deep In The Heart Of Texas

At the peak of Chris Lanier’s security career, he vowed that if he could return home to East Texas (Jasper), and make a living, he was going to make that happen

Going Mobile

Going Mobile

That proxy card or smartphone you are using is probably one of the most insecure devices on the planet. The question most frequently asked is if this technology can be secured.

Go Lean, Gain Strength

Cost-saving measures during a security installation usually focus on steps that minimize waste on the job site: reducing packing, speeding deployment and decreasing go-backs. But there’s one area that can help eliminate waste on the job site before the purchase orders have even been finalized.

Two Way Communication

Two-Way Communication

In today’s high-tech world, communication and its intended meaning is often lost or convoluted as it passes through different channels and mediums.



A Top Priority

Industry Vertical

A Top Priority

Universities across the nation are making safety for their students a top priority.

Communication Is Critical

Communication Is Critical

The Port of Houston exemplifies how vital ports are to the local, state and national economy.

Low Frequencies

Low Frequencies

Because the city recently adopted the 2013 Edition of NFPA 72 and the IBC 2012/IFC 2012, it was necessary to upgrade the voice system and notification devices in addition to the fire alarm control panel.

INDUSTRY FOCUS

Always Something New

As technology in every industry grows by leaps and bounds, there will always be something new to talk about. However, the Internet of Things seems to cross all boundaries, and within an industry IoT becomes the building automation tool to make it all work.

Diagnosing Healthcare Security

Diagnosing Healthcare Security

Healthcare systems represent one of the most challenging environments to secure. The need to balance an appropriate level of security while providing a welcoming environment geared towards patient care is essential.

Keeping Remote Facilities Safe and Secure

INDUSTRY VERTICAL

Keeping Remote Facilities Safe and Secure

Companies operating in high-risk, remote locations must take extra precautions to ensure the safety of their employees, assets and infrastructure.

A Grand Experience

A Grand Experience

Davenport Hotels has relied on an analog video surveillance system for the existing hotel facilities and structures. For the new Davenport Grand Hotel, hotel management wanted to ensure the safety and security of its guests, employees, and visitors while helping to prevent theft and other loss.

Industry Professional

A Guiding Light

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.

Revolving Security

Revolving Security

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.

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Don't Gamble The Future

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.

Smart Business

Smart Business

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.

Born Into The Business

Born Into The Business

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.

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