January / February 2022
- A Power User
- The Benefits of Transformation
- Cloud Storage Training
- Reducing False Alarms
- Where Solar and Security Meet
How AI and deep learning are making airport operations an IP camera heavyweight
By Anthony Incorvati
The No. 1 issue faced by airports prior to the pandemic was capacity and as passenger counts ramp up, this issue is coming right back in focus. Airport expansions are few, and far between.
Exploring how to build resilient industrial networks
By Alvis Chen
In a recent report by the World Economic Forum, Building Resilience in Manufacturing and Supply Systems in the COVID-19 Context and Beyond suggests that manufacturers adopt new working models and governing to increase manufacturing resilience.
By Ben Jobrack, Jasen Dunn
Mobile app technology is part of our everyday lives. We rely on mobile applications to access calendars, to-do lists and to purchase food from a favorite lunch spot.
Why smartcards and their derivatives provide increased security
By Scott Lindley
Today, 13.56 MHz contactless smartcards are used to provide increased security compared to 125 KHz proximity cards.
When a 360 camera becomes the only camera, you need
By Justin Wheatley
As 360-degree video surveillance cameras continue to evolve, this technology has become an essential part of many security solutions. Its unique ability to capture large areas of a scene with no blind spots has made these devices a powerful tool wherever total situational awareness is required.
Failure to take meaningful action may have disastrous consequences
By Jamie Paul
False fire alarms continue to increase in communities throughout the world. As the trend persists, numerous jurisdictions have attempted to mitigate the issue, often with less than acceptable results.
By Michael Lanzaro
Nearly two years since the COVID-19 pandemic-grounded travelers globally, we are beginning to see a return to widespread air travel, now in full swing, with the exception of ongoing weather and staffing delays.
AIoT is the next generation internet of IoT combined with AI
By Paul Garms
Artificial intelligence (AI) enables machines to learn, understand, and act accordingly – giving it enormous potential.
How LiDAR is improving security at casinos with flow management
By Gerald Becker
The year 2020 was a challenge for casinos, as lockdowns forced them to close their doors and ultimately cost the gaming industry $18.3 billion in the 2020 fiscal.
By Michael Wood
The security approaches we counted on to secure our networks and protect our IT resources against attackers are no longer up to the task.
By Sean Chang
It is no surprise in the world of video data storage, there is an evolution from on-prem to the Cloud and Video-Surveillance-as-a-Service (VSaaS).
What this means for security resellers
By Dean Drako
It is the time of year for reflections, resolutions, predictions and lists. News stories about trends are everywhere, with tips about getting businesses on track for success in 2022.
Don't let choosing the correct traffic control system become a burden to you
By Greg Hamm
Protecting perimeters, buildings, property and people is no small responsibility, whether it is an embassy, a school, factory or farmers market. Knowing you have the right equipment in place to secure your facility and to prevent human tragedies brings a peace of mind that no amount of money can buy.
Security companies that do not have solar as part of their offering will struggle to compete
By Braden Mounteeer
For years, home security has relied on the door-to-door sales model. Every summer, hordes of ambitious men and women take to the streets to knock on doors and, hopefully invited to the kitchen table for an honest conversation about home security.
Large national bank consolidates seven access control solutions to one
By Kim Rahfaldt
A full-service bank with operations spanning numerous states across the United States and several international offices found itself in an all-too-common situation regarding its access control solution — too many different systems.
By Ralph C. Jensen
The government, specifically with his signature, Pres. Joe Biden has thrown support to security manufacturers who play by an established set of rules in the best interest of the U.S. government.