AI for advanced fleet management Issue 2 2022 Choosing to use a smart device such as a tracker that utilises artificial intelligence-based software offers a fleet owner seamless control of their business.
Collision avoidance technology for mines Issue 1 2022 Hexagon’s Mining division announced that it has introduced a significantly improved version of its collision avoidance system, consolidating technology into just two hardware components: a smart antenna and a five-inch LCD display.
Technology can reduce SA’s road fatalities Issue 1 2022 A recent study conducted by Zutobi ranked South Africa as the world’s most dangerous country to drive in, with 1685 recorded fatalities over the December 2021 holiday period.
Identity on the edge Access & Identity Management Handbook 2022, IDEMIA , Access Control & Identity Management, Government and Parastatal (Industry) IDEMIA discusses mobile identities in this shortened white paper on protecting customers, companies and governments with privacy-first Mobile ID (see link at the end for the full paper).
IP-based emergency solution for stadium Issue 8 2021, Bosch Building Technologies, Integrated Solutions Bosch provides fully IP-based emergency solution at Wycombe Wanderers’ Adams Park to keep fans safe at English Football League stadium.
Security enhances entertainment Issue 7 2021, ZKTeco, Entertainment and Hospitality (Industry), Products It is of utmost importance that the entertainment sector ensures the best possible security measures for visitors to enjoy the premises in comfort and safety.
AI and telematics can improve driving behaviour Issue 6 2021, Transport (Industry) Fleet operators and drivers need to monitor driving behaviour and ensure drivers have access to adequate training programmes and tools that can provide feedback on the road.
Technology to optimise logistics Issue 6 2021, ZKTeco, Transport (Industry), Products, Logistics (Industry) Solutions are required across the board to reduce the overall cost of logistics for increased competitiveness, allowing companies to compete on value addition rather than on price alone.
Supply chains, a new vulnerability for cyber-attacks Issue 6 2021, Axis Communications SA, Transport (Industry), CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Logistics (Industry) One popular route into a secured network is via the supply chain and history is not short of examples of successful cyberattacks that were achieved by this method.
A shift in the industry Issue 5 2021 When starting X-ray machines back up after long period of downtime, several procedures are put in place to both maintain the safety of those working around the machines and to protect the critical components inside the units.
X-rays and artificial intelligence Issue 5 2021 The use of X-ray scanning technology to detect hidden threats and contraband has proven itself an invaluable tool for the protection of lives, livelihoods and property over the years.
What happens to your data when you leave the estate? Residential Security Handbook 2021: Smart Estate Living , Guardian Eye COVID-19 infections and the imminent enforcement of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) on 1 July 2021 have put business and residential estate visitor management under the spotlight from both a health and a data privacy perspective.
Ensuring the secure flow of information Issue 9 2020 The recent leak of two matric exam papers and arrest of a suspect has raised renewed concerns over security and data leaks within a corporate and public organisation environment.
Circular economy offers cost savings 1 October 2020 Circular economy initiatives help businesses keep technology assets in use for longer, extracting the maximum value from those electronics while in use.