Open standards for interoperability, such as those offered by ONVIF, allow end users to add newer security components from multiple vendors as needed in the future.
Allied Universal CEO Steve Jones explains how veterans entering the workforce already have identifiable skills that can be transferred to the physical security world.
The recently announced demise of one of the security industry’s largest manufacturers isn’t so shocking when you review the warning signs.
LIDAR systems have the ability to highlight potential threats while still guaranteeing the anonymity of people or objects not deemed a risk.
Johnson Controls’ Martin Renkis talks pricing, sales tactics for integrators adopting an ‘as a service’ business model for video surveillance.
The education and healthcare markets have an increasingly critical need to fuse convenience and security while validating “true identity” as opposed to identity that is simply associated with the possession of an ID card.
Account-based marketing allows you to truly personalize your messaging, offers and content for each customer to better resonate with their needs.
Central stations and call centers need to be able to meet the demands of different standards to be able to serve their clients and end users universally and effectively.
Among the numerous benefits of Cloud-hosted systems are the ability to manage from anywhere and not having to pull wires to every opening or dig costly trenches to remote openings.
Software-as-a-Service AI-enabled ALPRs can allow departments to expand their area of focus in an affordable and scalable fashion.