Computational capabilities at the edge, accompanied by connectivity and data processing in the Cloud, provide the ability to perform tasks once considered significantly difficult. Here’s how these technologies are affecting the security industry.
The number of public safety agencies with drones has more than doubled since the end of 2016, according to data collected by the Center for the Study of the Drone at New York’s Bard College.
From more informed alarm response to greater detection possibilities, make no mistake — security robotics is not a passing fad.
With its intelligent drone infrastructure perched atop commercial and industrial end users’ solutions, Nightingale Security yields more expansive protection and faster response.
Thought leaders lend a state-of-the-market view with the latest developments, applications, projections, regulatory issues and challenges in robotics, drones and AI.
Counter-drone tech may still be in its infancy, but wouldn’t it be great to promote yourself as one of the first integrators to offer it? Hear what the experts have to say.
The ability for robots, unmanned ground vehicles and drones to differentiate between individual humans, for identification and authentication purposes, is fundamental to the next stage of their evolution.
The NTAS bulletin warns that military success against terror groups abroad could encourage people in the U.S. to plot attacks here rather than join groups overseas.
While drone systems can quickly and efficiently gather crucial data for all manner of life-safety, reconnaissance and security deployments, they still face some implementation challenges.
Despite rising opportunities for security providers to integrate unmanned aerial systems into commercial applications — including counter-drone solutions — steep regulatory challenges will have to be resolved before a market can fully develop.