Security & Safety Things

Security and Safety Things GmbH (SAST) will demonstrate their open IoT platform for video surveillance cameras to the North American market at ISC West in Las Vegas, April 10 to 12, 2019 at the Sands Expo. Security and Safety Things will demonstrate the world's first open and standardised operating system with a global marketplace featuring applications for security cameras and illustrate seven different applications for its ecosystem at booth no. 10037. ISC West will host more than 30,000 visitors and 1,000 exhibitors, making it one of the most important and largest events in the security industry in North America.

Open IoT platform

Security and Safety Things is flexible and enables you to access the best solutions worldwide"

"Together with our partners we are demonstrating the advantages of our IoT platform to systems integrators, end users and developers for the very first time. Security and Safety Things is flexible and enables you to access the best solutions worldwide by combining apps into a customised solution. This is an important milestone as it signifies our successful entry into the market at the beginning of 2020,” said Hartmut Schaper, CEO of Security and Safety Things. 

"At ISC West, our Football Stadium-themed booth will illustrate the many different applications available within our ecosystem for the use case of a sporting event,” adds Nikolas Mangold-Takao, VP Product Management & Marketing, Security and Safety Things. “We are looking forward to demonstrating our platform and marketplace to potential partners and other representatives of the security industry."

Security and Safety Things marketplace

The Security and Safety Things marketplace (app store) is an innovative solution for all security cameras. The development of applications according to open standards and their marketing is similar to today's app stores for smartphones. At the heart of the booth is the Stadium Dashboard where apps such as “People Counting”, “Analyse People Walking” or “Area Protection” are deployed on specific cameras. Partners such as Link Analytix, A.I. Tech, FF Group and Facesoft are demonstrating the apps which they have developed for the ecosystem. The operating system is already running on the first prototype cameras from member companies of the Open Security and Safety Association (OSSA).

Applications beyond the security sector are also planned, especially for business intelligence

If you want to visit Security and Safety Things at ISC West and get an idea of the innovative use cases, the App Store and the entire ecosystem, you will find the team at booth no. 10037. Furthermore, interested parties who are not at ISC West in Las Vegas, can alternatively find updates, news from the booth and about our partner collaborations on LinkedIn and Twitter during the event.

IoT ecosystem

With the brand entry at the beginning of 2020, Security and Safety Things will offer its solutions worldwide. Applications beyond the security sector are also planned, especially for business intelligence. The IoT ecosystem consists of an open operating system that serves as the common basis for all components: Firstly, a developer’s portal with tools for testing and a community area for help and inspiration.

Secondly, an app store with ready-to-use apps that can be flexibly combined. And last but not least, a portal for integrators that provides knowledge about innovative solutions. These components make it possible to establish completely new solutions and implement them in use cases.

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