Future-proofing video surveillance investments with edge analytics

    You’ve probably heard of ‘edge analytics’ (or ‘analytics on the edge’) in relation to video surveillance. Put in its simplest form, it relates to increasingly powerful video analytics taking place on the ‘edge’ of the network, i.e. in the camera itself. My colleague Andres Vigren’s recent post provides a great introduction. As with any new […]

      Maintaining cybersecurity resilience across the entire supply chain

      The security threat landscape is in a constant state of flux, as cybercriminals work hard to develop tactics to overcome organizations’ defences. One popular route into a secured network is via the supply chain and history is not short of examples of successful cyberattacks which were achieved by this method. In fact, software company SolarWinds […]

        The future of supermarkets is automated: IP-based security solutions enable advanced shopping

        Imagine you’re about to enter a supermarket. The doors open automatically after scanning your individual QR code, a pre-recorded voice message welcomes you to the store, background-music starts playing, and a voice informs you about the latest offers – tailored to your interests. This scenario of a digitalised store is no longer a far-off dream […]

          Wearable devices in healthcare: What’s the role of body worn solutions?

          Wearable technology has been prominently part of public safety for years, and its usage has only continued to grow within this market. Most recently, the usage of body worn, or wearable devices, have grown in the healthcare market as well, particularly in the traditional security sense with security officers who wear them while on duty. […]

            Keeping fast-moving consumer goods on the move

            There’s been a monumental paradigm shift in the retail and e-commerce industry. It has happened under the influence of emerging technologies and ever-changing consumer expectations. This effect has been most prominent in the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector, driven by the wholesale move to online shopping. Fast-moving goods are having to move even faster. The […]

              7 potential issues with video surveillance in police investigations

              Today’s video surveillance systems are often designed as a preventive element, a tool for real-time monitoring or automatic event assessment. But when it comes to a real crime investigation, nothing is as important as a quality recording. Captain Ing. Martin Spurný, a police forensic expert with more than 18 years of experience with the most […]