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The implementation of security robots does not act as a replacement for human workers or lead to job cuts Flourishing and rapidly evolving, the security industry is well suited to adopting new technologies. Companies are increasingly active in looking for advanced methods to protect their high-value goods. To meet this demand, all kinds of innovations have been developed to overcome existing limitations and thereby optimise the work of security professionals. Surveillance cam...
‘E-vigilante’ has been designed to supplement human surveillance, operating in tandem with an off-site security agent EOS Innovation, an award-winning European start-up that specialises in the design and manufacture of mobile surveillance robots, recently unveiled its ‘e-vigilante’ robot at security industry trade show IFSEC International, which held from 17 to 19 June at the ExCeL convention centre, London. The ‘e-vigilante’ robot is a...
While riding the Tube in London during IFSEC, I came across an attention-grabbing headline in a newspaper someone left in the next seat: “Coming To a Workplace Near You: RoboOfficeCop.” The article was about a robot that can patrol an office, checking that doors are shut and desks are uncluttered, using cameras and scanners to see whether anything is out of the ordinary. If something is amiss, the 6-ft-tall machine can store information to a hard drive to be reported later to a huma...
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