Compiled by the Security Products’ Editorial Staff
The more than 40 exhibitors were one of the highlights of the conference that wrapped up in October in Dallas.
Looking at access control, video surveillance
By Blake Kozak, Niall Jenkins
While technology developments such as near-field communications (NFC) and personal identification verification (PIV) credentials are becoming more widespread, emerging product developments that offer interesting challenges to the traditional concepts of access control, like ecosystems and access control as a service (ACaaS), are presenting more of an opportunity for suppliers of access control equipment.
IP network destined to connect smart appliances to home or office
By Cosimo Malesci
Utilities and governments around the world are investing billions of dollars into upgrading the existing analog electric, gas and water grids into two-way communication networks capable of optimizing distribution and reducing costs for consumers.
Increasing profitability in an ever-changing retail environment
By Wayne Jared
In a challenging, ever-changing retail environment, it’s more important than ever for retailers to find innovative solutions to tackle enormous margin-eaters, like theft, in order to create operational efficiencies and protect their bottom line.
By Karen Evans
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has some stiff security requirements at its field office in Miami. The agency needed an access control system that accepted the Inscription: HSPD12.FIPS 201 government card system.
By Ralph C. Jensen
As we close out 2012 and stare into the reality of 2013, I am reminded of all that has happened in our publishing world this year. It has been a wonderful time.
Do you believe you might have to defend yourself from terrorists in this country?
By Ronnie Rittenberry
Take an updated look at the price of networking in the 21st century
By Scott Schafer
There is a misconception in the security industry that megapixel cameras are more expensive than conventional cameras. Don’t believe it.
All points connect to exceed 60 billion devices by 2020
By Cathal McDaid
It is beyond dispute that Machine to Machine (M2M) technology and communications will influence our daily personal and business lives in the coming years.
Debate revolves around scalability and cost effectiveness
By Mahesh Saptharishi, Ph.D.
Scalable system architectures have been the source of many debates within the security industry.