AI, machine learning, deep learning, video analytics — all major buzzwords we’ve become accustomed to seeing. Find out which of these technologies security pros can realistically use, and which still face hurdles.
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.
With an expanded show floor and record attendance, ISC West reflected a vibrant industry in the midst of bringing to bear connected products, advancing technologies, and newfound security and business intelligence services.
This latest installment of the quarterly online feature Robolliance Corner provides exclusive content authored by subject-matter experts to explore and inform on the autonomous robotics marketplace.
Cobalt autonomous robots are said to have the capability to scan an employee’s or a visitor’s badge; detect open doors, water leaks, spills or intrusions, among other tasks.
The solution, Security Control and Observation Tower (SCOT), is said to utilize artificial intelligence to save customers money while increasing security.
Hudson Valley P-TECH in West Nyack, N.Y., is engaging local businesses and college partners to prepare students for professions in cyber and physical security careers.
UAVs, UUVs and UGVs are providing the ability to move cameras, microphones and other devices that sense in 3D space with almost no limitations.
The automated security robot will help safeguard the Indianapolis Motor Speedway’s expansive, fenced property.
An industry professional shares her view on the unique role that robotics can play as a critical line of defense for public safety and other deployments.