In this month’s SECURE Perspectives, Linda Ziemba discusses privacy risks, the challenge of being one of the few vendors to operate legal technology and more.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has imposed a “No Drone Zone” as part of a temporary flight restriction for this year’s Super Bowl in Miami.
Vidsys President Maurice Singleton explains how organizations are working harder than ever to use technology to remove people from harm’s way.
Adept at using unmanned aerial systems in combating wildfires, the LAFD wants to expand its UAS deployment around the city.
Over 7,500 security and public safety professionals are expected to convene in New York for two days worth of education sessions, security brands and more.
The technology is said to alert stadium security of drone and controller for quick response, threat mitigation and guest safety.
Prior to ceasing operations earlier this year, Aria Insights was known for its development of tethered small unmanned aerial systems.
DroneDefender is a lightweight, point-and-shoot system that uses radio control frequency disruption to counter nefarious drone activity.
Drones pose a greater security risk than most think. Integrators can help organizations adapt procedures and arm themselves with the latest detection technologies.
The company’s AirWarden solution is said to detect RF drone signals, locates both drone and pilot, and alerts appropriate personnel.