5 ways access control can transform business operations

    This post is written by Phil Campbell, European Sales Director at Quanika. Read more about Phil at the end. A major shift is taking place in the way companies and organisations operate: the way they use their buildings and manage their people. This transformation is being driven by a combination of external pressures, including the […]

      Supporting smart city objectives with a single surveillance camera

      Collaboration is key to successful smart city development. The ecosystem of different public authorities must cooperate to ensure that processes and responses across the city are optimised and efficient. One of the key challenges that we see for cities on their journey to becoming “smart”, is that authorities and organizations work in “silos” with their […]

        Are we already living in the future?

        Spearheading innovation is no easy thing. It takes commitment to soldier on through the tests and trials. But also, to combat the skepticism, opposition, and even ridicule that you can encounter when you go against the grain – which is often the case when you try to break new ground. For us innovation has always […]

          Eyewitness testimony: What did you really see?

          Eyewitness testimony has become an important area of research in cognitive psychology and human memory. In court cases, juries tend to believe eyewitness testimony and generally see it as a reliable source of information when it comes to identifying perpetrators, or discussing details of a crime scene. However, how much of what witnesses say is […]

            Using KPIs to measure smart city progress

            There is a wide range of definitions for “what makes a smart city”. It’s a question that doesn’t have a straight and universal answer as it means different things to different people. Another question that’s at least as important is “how do you create a city smart”. Because no matter what it means to you, […]