Increasingly sophisticated electronic security solutions, particularly networked video surveillance and access control, are being developed as data collectors of the highest order. Find out how advanced analytics can render operational intelligence to strengthen most any organization’s management, efficiencies and, if applicable, profitability.
Al Colombo · December 23, 2016
Advanced security data processing and cybersecurity were top attention-getters at the annual Securing New Ground executive conference.
Paul Boucherle · October 24, 2016
A lot has changed in the more than 20 years since the Securing New Ground (SNG) conference was founded, particularly in technology and the business issues surrounding them.
Scott Goldfine · October 21, 2016
Video will account for 82% of all IP traffic in five years, up from 70% in 2015, according to a Cisco report.
Rodney Bosch · June 14, 2016
A study commissioned by Schneider Electric suggests 65% of facility managers in the United States plan to increase building capital expenses in 2016.
SSI Staff · May 09, 2016
Fire Protection Research Foundation Executive Director Casey Grant discusses current projects in support of the National Fire Protection Association’s life-safety mission in the latest Hot Seat.
Rodney Bosch · May 26, 2015
Video and big data, a.k.a. video intelligence, is beginning to help the commercial transportation industry protect companies from litigation.
SSI Staff · December 30, 2014
Read how Big Data is playing an important role in today’s commercial automation deployments.
SSI Staff · December 03, 2014
While the shift of alarm systems signal transmission to IP-based communications is a major transition for the industry, it actually represents a big step toward something even more significant. It is enabling access to “the cloud” and with it a whole new world of service possibilities. Central monitoring stations are at the heart of this new paradigm.
By Hank Goldberg · October 23, 2014
The product makes sense of the increases in viable data being made available through sensors, cameras, time/attendance systems, access control devices, ATMs, EAS, LPR, POS and other analytic tools. VIGIL Trends is designed to distill all that data into relevant, actionable information that can be acted upon, thereby saving time/money and reducing loss and ineffective operations.
Scott Goldfine · October 02, 2014