The integration enables Cobalt security robots to pass through areas closed off by a door by transmitting a signal to the door’s access control reader.
The goal of the MVP Awards is to recognize manufacturers’ products that make a substantial impact on integrators.
Along with the recent acquisitions of Aeryon Labs and Prox Dynamics, FLIR has significantly expanded its unmanned systems capabilities.
No longer relegated to science fiction movies and novels, facial recognition is being applied in numerous vertical markets and use cases.
ISC East, produced in association with the Security Industry Association (SIA), featured an exhibit hall with more than 300 security brands.
The new offering will encompass Applications for unmanned aerial systems (UAS), as well as robots and autonomous ground vehicles.
Although privacy concerns abound, Knightscope has opened a showroom in Manhattan and hopes to alleviate the need for increased security patrols.
ASIS’ rebranded Global Security Exchange conference reaffirmed itself as the industry’s top corporate, enterprise and industrial security end-user event.
Cobalt’s new leak and spill detection sensing technology enables its security robots to be programmed to detect a leak or spill within a predefined area.
A new report shows consumers are conflicted between the benefits and risks of artificial intelligence.