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, […]

      How to improve sustainability using smart surveillance

      More and more organizations are striving to have more sustainable business practices. For example, some are adopting practices of the circular economy, a sustainable economic model which focuses on three principles: Excluding from product design those materials that can cause waste and pollution, and/or cannot be recycled; Keeping products and materials in use for the […]

        From trust to population dynamics: the broader trends affecting the security sector in 2020

        As a technology company, it’s obvious to say that we need to be highly aware of advancements and trends in technology in order to apply them in our solutions. For the past few years we have published a blog post which looks at the technology trends that will affect the security and surveillance industry over […]

          Sustainability: Leading by example

          Sustainability is perhaps one of the most talked about topics across industry today. The negative impact that we, as individuals as well as corporations, are having on our world understandably stirs up a lot of feelings and emotions. Governments worldwide have a duty to increase awareness and work to reduce the impact that modern living […]

            The impact of GDPR on video surveillance

            On May 25 2018, the deadline for the implementation of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) loomed large on the calendars of organizations collecting and processing the personal data of people living in the EU. While the significant penalties for breach of the regulations were well-publicized, to many the implications of GDPR on […]

              Why the circular economy is the necessary next step

              Plastic littering in the oceans. Climate change. Biodiversity loss and extinctions. These are just a few examples that make it evident that we are putting more strain on the Earth than it can handle. Several of the nine so-called planetary boundaries are reaching the zone of uncertainty, or even the zone where irreversible damage is […]