A currently moving bill in Massachusetts (S 1385) would place a moratorium on the use of facial recognition evidence by the government in any judicial proceeding, based on the stated presumption that facial recognition technology is racially biased in its application and violates personal privacy because it subjects every person to potential criminal investigation based on their appearance.
There was a time when power and transmission were delivered by distinct solutions, but power over Ethernet (PoE) solutions have changed that dynamic considerably by delivering power and video surveillance signals over a single cable.
THRESHOLD visitor management systems, headquartered in Connecticut, has increased its customer-facing reach by opening two new sales offices — one in Florida, to be run by a long-time THRESHOLD account executive, and one in California, the result of a recent hiring.
Morse Watchmans announced that its KeyWatcher Touch Key Management System has once again received LenelS2 factory certification and interfaces with the LenelS2 OnGuard version 7.5 access control security system.
Sargent and Greenleaf (S&G), a manufacturer of mechanical and electronic locks, announced that Palmer’s Security Solutions (PSS), headquartered in Warrenton, Va., will serve as its Authorized Global Service and Training Center.
Smart home capabilities are the sizzle that can help sell the security system steak. And smart locks are among the most sizzling smart home options. Here are six key developments in this area — and seven more that could be coming over the horizon.
The Monitoring Association (TMA) has released a statement about a popular video doorbell manufacturer’s sales and distribution strategy which leverages the resources of local U.S. law enforcement to sell and distribute its product and to encourage homeowner enrollment in its proprietary mobile app.
Doyle Security Products, a longtime Midwestern locksmith wholesaler based in Minneapolis, is the latest company to join the ABLOY USA distributor network. The stocking distributor services customers in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North and South Dakota and Wisconsin.
In our September issue, we present the "The Bigger Picture of Enterprise Access Control". See "Low Light Camera Performance Continues Its Rapid Rise" and find out how "Transformative Leadership: The Past Can Predict the Future" in this month's SDM Magazing.