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Everything is about to change in multi-sensor cameras
By Tom Cook
Megapixel technology has been a tremendously disruptive force in the security industry, as the superior image quality made possible by high-resolution imaging has led to increased capabilities and effectiveness of video surveillance.
Rydell Automotive Group implements a full tank of network cameras to drive away fraud and keep their engines revving
By Karl Radke
Standing as the corporate headquarters for the Rydell Automotive Group in Grand Forks, N.D., the Rydell Auto Center is comprised of a multi-site campus with departments varying from sales centers to a body shop and carwash.
Access control is more than the first line of defense
By Robert Laughlin
With the continually expanding integration between video surveillance, access control and other business systems of all types, security now plays an important role in nearly every aspect of business and operations.
Cloud security faces its own security issues
By Paul Fletcher
Cloud environments give companies a cost-effective, easy-to-use data store solution. In fact, analysts predict that cloud spending will cross a $200 billion tipping point in 2016.
Making the case for access control
By Isac Tabib
Let’s face it. Times are changing—and rapidly. It is all around us. We now have cars that drive and park themselves, pilotless aircraft that take off, fly and even land on a moving aircraft carrier, smartphones with countless apps that can do practically anything and so much more.
Rebuilding security for Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission after Hurricane Sandy devastation
By Viktoriya Vudmaska
PVSC has a stated mission of enhancing the viability and environmental health and security of 1.4 million residents in 48 municipalities, an important task that requires maximum security and the ability to surveil operations at all times.
Joint effort at Chaffey Joint Union High School District means safer, more efficient electronic locks
By Tim Moreno
An increase in threats and incidents on school and college campuses nationwide has resulted in education leaders focusing on the continuous improvement of security.
By Ralph C. Jensen
There are very few movies that I enjoy watching, and even saying that I have to admit that the movies I enjoy most are those that are real, or have a realistic plot to them. Though I admit that Forrest Gump is my favorite flick, and there is nothing true about that movie.
Secure communications tend to have a longer than usual life span
By Bill Hartwell
Communication has changed a lot in the last 10 years. With the landscape shifting every day, it is inevitable that more changes are on the way.
Vehicular access is crucial part of security systems
By Greg Hamm
From embassies and federal courthouses to transportation hubs and military bases, a wide variety of government agencies protect themselves from errant drivers and truck bomb threats with barriers, bollards, barricades and crash gates.
How GRB airport uses video analytics to detect reverse flow on the concourse
By Karl Radke
You’ve seen it happen before. Passengers are deplaning and straggling down the exit corridor. Suddenly one of them reverses direction. Is he simply going back to retrieve a forgotten cellphone? Or, are his intentions more sinister?