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What new technologies and trends will shape video analytics?

The topic of video analytics has been talked and written about for decades, and yet is still one of the cutting-edge themes in the physical security industry. Some say yesterday’s analytics systems tended to overpromise and underdeliver, and there are still some skeptics. However, newer technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) are reinvigorating the sector and enabling it to finally live up to its promise. We asked this week’s Expert Panel Roundtable: What new technologies a...

Security & Safety Things highlight the importance of smart surveillance in facilitating airport security

In the past, security managers were primarily concerned with global terrorism. That has changed with the COVID-19 pandemic threatening the health of passengers at airports. Even if the number of passengers remains at a low level in many airports, surveillance won’t become any less complex. In fact, the opposite is true. Hygiene regulations raise new requirements for passenger processing and control. Reason enough for security managers to rethink airport security methods and evaluate how s...

Security & Safety Things highlight ways in which healthcare operations can enhance patient safety with smart cameras

In the past year, hospitals, eldercare and other healthcare facilities have found themselves overwhelmed with new patients, COVID-19 regulations and other side effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. As efforts focused on the mitigation of pandemic health risks for patients and staff, routine and elective procedures were halted, only to seesaw back and forth, as conditions shifted around the globe. Now, decision makers for healthcare facilities find themselves in search of solutions to help navigate...