Increasing protection with drone detection analytics

    Dr. Markus Schoeler, Lead Engineer of Video Analytics at Dedrone, explores the new ways of dealing with drone intrusion. In January, the U.S. Department of Transportation and Federal Aviation Administration officially reached one million registered drones in US airspace. Registration programs are emerging throughout the world. In its 2017 forecast, the FAA estimated that hobbyist […]

      How can video improve patient care?

      Healthcare facilities have long used video for protecting people and property, but how can traditional video surveillance be used to improve patient monitoring and care? A complement to telemetry for critical care monitoring Cardiac monitors, ventilators, infusion pumps… The machines that medical professionals rely on to sustain life and monitor the critically ill, can also […]

        Preventing intruder access at the front door; halting hacker access at the back

        The rapid evolution of access control technology, specifically its shift from a closed, proprietary system to an open, IP based architecture, has unlocked a new set of possibilities for end users. Modern access systems offer open communications architecture, designed to allow access controllers to be deployed as IoT devices. The benefits are obvious; Access control […]

          Opening new doors with IP access control

          The access control market is changing. It’s recently been reported that in 2017, for the second consecutive year, access control technology was the fastest growing sector in the global physical security industry, now accounting for 24% of the entire market[1]. This upwards trend, which is expected to continue in 2018, has been attributed to the […]

            Protecting your business with smart access control

            As your business starts to grow and evolve, there is an increased need to improve security and control who has access to your property. Navigating the door entry systems market can be difficult with so many options, ranging from key cards to fingerprint ID through to turnstiles and facial recognition technology. They all come at […]

              When public-private becomes a reality in Smart Cities

              Strength lies in unity, as the saying goes. Without a doubt, it is necessary for a Smart City to have integrated public and private safety and security systems, with public entities and private stakeholders no longer working in silos. Globally this is starting to take off, with some very successful use cases proving the importance […]