Next milestone in digital transformation July 2019, Industrial (Industry) thyssenkrupp Materials Services continues to drive digital transformation with an artificial intelligence solution, which has been integrated into the processes of the materials distribution and service provider.
You can’t isolate, so integrate July 2019, Axis Communications SA, Industrial (Industry) One of the most exciting trends to emerge from the Industry 4.0 revolution is that technologies and hardware that were originally developed for the security market are increasingly being co-opted to enhance organisational productivity.
Social media and intelligence-led surveillance July 2019, Leaderware, Editor's Choice, Security Services & Risk Management Social media has become a major feature of most people’s lives in the last few years and they can be invaluable as a source of information for companies and security organisations.
A smart Industry 4.0 solution July 2019, Bosch Building Technologies, Industrial (Industry), CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring A new customised Industry 4.0 solution consists of the integration between video analytics and warehouse management software which prevents theft, heightens efficiency and improves shipment tracking.
SIA talks open APIs at ID4Africa July 2019, Editor's Choice, Access Control & Identity Management Pioneering industry-first open standards initiative from the Secure Identity Alliance assures interoperability for sovereign ID programmes and promises to eliminate vendor lock-in.
Smart Living Home App updated July 2019, Yale Security (SA), Home Security SKF Cooper split bearingsAn upgraded Yale Smart Living Home app has just launched with a range of improved features, enhancing the control of connected locks, alarms and cameras as well as a smarter interface to provide a seamless user experience.
Changing of the guard, AI style June 2019, Active Track, Technews Publishing, Security Services & Risk Management Active Track is launching a raft of new AI-based products and services with which it intends to turn the security world as we know it on its head.
Proactive forensic intelligence June 2019, Secutel Technologies, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring Through its Safe City projects, AxxonSoft is assisting authorities in identifying unsolicited behaviour and potential human threats in public spaces.
Protecting education campuses with AI June 2019, Hikvision South Africa, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Education (Industry) School security must also be designed in layers, or concentric circles of protection, starting at the school’s perimeter and working inward.
Intrusion detection with visual verification June 2019, Secutel Technologies, Perimeter Security, Alarms & Intruder Detection, Products Secutel Technologies’ Visual Verifier is an effective intrusion system designed specifically to accommodate for low bandwidth availability and low power usage.
Unintended consequences of technology June 2019, Leaderware, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring The development of general AI capabilities has seen an accompanying concern among some of the key players in the IT space as well as academics internationally.
Axis Optimizer for Milestone XProtect June 2019, Axis Communications SA, Products Axis Optimizer for Milestone XProtect is a suite of plugins and features that optimise the usability of Axis cameras in XProtect.
A platform to the future June 2019, Genetec, Cathexis Technologies, Milestone Systems, Gijima Electronic and Security Systems (GESS), CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, IT infrastructure With AI, IoT and cloud changing the security technology landscape, will your security management platform be able to adapt to new demands?
AI and cloud for sustainable buildings June 2019, Johnson Controls, Commercial (Industry), 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.
Service station security basics June 2019, Associations, Retail (Industry) It comes as no surprise that the petroleum and retail industries are targeted by criminals as these businesses receive, to a great extent, cash in exchange for their products and services.