Slow and steady wins the access race Issue 1 2020, ZKTeco, Technews Publishing, Editor's Choice The commercial sector is slow in migrating to new access control technologies, with the majority of companies remaining with card and fingerprint solutions.
Facial recognition trends Issue 1 2020, ZKTeco Facial recognition systems are being installed in more industries, including commercial ventures, manufacturing, construction, law enforcement and healthcare.
Track and trace vehicles in estates Issue 1 2020, Betatrac Telematic Solutions eTrac provides a solution to tracking courier, contractor and visitor vehicles within housing and commercial estates using live real-time monitoring software and AI.
Centralised biometric access control August 2019, Suprema, Access Control & Identity Management Suprema biometric access control installed for entrances, doors and elevators for City Developments Limited in Singapore.
Small business solutions with Access in a Box July 2019, Impro Technologies, Editor's Choice, Access Control & Identity Management, Products Access in a Box is specifically designed for small businesses, or businesses with only a few entry points such as gyms, medical practices or retail stores.
A birds-eye view for Pran Boulevard July 2019, Axis Communications SA, Editor's Choice, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring New development holds nothing back when developing surveillance systems to assist with preventative security in a modern office space.
Where are your crown jewels? June 2019, Cyber Security, Security Services & Risk Management Understanding what data they store and analyse is gaining increasing urgency for organisations that are now accountable to new(ish) privacy regulations such as the GDPR and our PoPIA.
Foresight means secure offices June 2019, Bosch Building Technologies, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Access Control & Identity Management If you’re responsible for a medium or large-sized office, it’s more important than ever that you have access to a means of ensuring people’s safety, managing risks and fraud, and protecting property.
AI and cloud for sustainable buildings June 2019, Johnson Controls, Integrated Solutions, IT infrastructure Bee’ah’s sustainable headquarters will be infused with artificial intelligence across systems and spaces, including a digital concierge for every occupant and visitor.
The face of visitor management June 2019, ZKTeco, Access Control & Identity Management Visible light facial recognition technology can ensure that visitor management processes make everyday proceedings easier, especially for regular clients.
Taking radio communications forward June 2019, Security Services & Risk Management With the new digital format, radios have redefined the mobile two-way radio communication by now offering you communication anywhere, over any distance.
Physical security on commercial sites June 2019, Centurion Systems, Access Control & Identity Management Access control is especially important on commercial sites, where high traffic volumes and multiple access points demand a truly robust and sophisticated security backbone.
Turnstar secures FNB’s headquarters June 2019, Turnstar Systems, Access Control & Identity Management The recent upgrades to First National Bank’s (FNB) headquarters at 1066 Pritchard Street in the Johannesburg CBD include a number of physical access control elements.
GSM-connected online access control platform June 2019, ET Nice , Access Control & Identity Management ET Nice has introduced a GSM-based access control solution that can be applied for commercial facilities and business parks, residential estates as well as private properties.
Safety through facial recognition June 2019, Forbatt SA, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Products Kedacom is able to use biometrics to map facial features, compare the information with a database of known faces and find an exact match in as little as three seconds.
Why cybercriminals are eyeing smart buildings 1 June 2019, Cyber Security, Security Services & Risk Management The risk of a security incident taking place in an intelligent building is linked to the motivations of cybercriminals.