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Video Surveillance

Read: NVIDIA-Based Computer Vision Camera Built for Smart City Applications

NVIDIA-Based Computer Vision Camera Built for Smart City Applications

Entropix and Boulder AI have teamed up to produce and distribute what it claims is “the world’s most powerful computer vision data collection system.”

Read: How to Cut False Alarms With Audio as a Secondary Verification Source

How to Cut False Alarms With Audio as a Secondary Verification Source

Here’s a case for making audio an integral part of the overall security system and alarm verification best practice.

Read: Top 9 Surveillance Videos of the Week: Child Blows Up Sidewalk With Fireworks

Top 9 Surveillance Videos of the Week: Child Blows Up Sidewalk With Fireworks

Other top surveillance videos of the week include an out-of-control car crash, a gang-involved shooting, a stolen lotto machine and more.

Read: Super Bowl LIII Massive Security Ops 2 Years in the Making

Super Bowl LIII Massive Security Ops 2 Years in the Making

Federal authorities set up no-fly and no-drone zones to secure the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta ahead of Sunday’s big game.

Read: IntelliVision Adds Anti-Spoofing to Facial Recognition Analytics

IntelliVision Adds Anti-Spoofing to Facial Recognition Analytics

By offering different levels of liveness testing, the IntelliVision anti-spoofing feature is said to implement security without sacrificing convenience.

Read: 3xLOGIC, Sonitrol Great Lakes Partner to Safeguard Boys & Girls Club

3xLOGIC, Sonitrol Great Lakes Partner to Safeguard Boys & Girls Club

Located in Flint, Mich., a new video surveillance system with 16 cameras monitors key areas inside of the club, as well as the outside.

Read: Iluminar Celebrates 10 Years as Specialty Lighting Manufacturer

Iluminar Celebrates 10 Years as Specialty Lighting Manufacturer

Co-founders Eddie Reynolds and Joni Hamasaki launched iluminar in 2009 to supply lighting and license plate recognition products to the video surveillance industry.

Read: Amazon’s Facial Recognition Tech is Racially Bias, Study Says

Amazon’s Facial Recognition Tech is Racially Bias, Study Says

Amazon’s facial recognition technology, Amazon Rekognition, has been misidentifying women, especially those with darker skin, according to researchers.

Read: Top 10 Security Stories From January 2019: Ring Privacy Concerns, Dumb Criminals & More

Top 10 Security Stories From January 2019: Ring Privacy Concerns, Dumb Criminals & More

January’s most popular security news, features and events, featuring a bombshell report about Ring, a handful of ADT news and much more.

Read: Pivot3 Completes Certification for Genetec Unified Security Platform

Pivot3 Completes Certification for Genetec Unified Security Platform

The combination of Pivot3 and the Genetec unified security platform is said to deliver a robust integrated security and IoT solution.

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