IntelliVision Technologies Corp., a subsidiary of Nortek Security & Control that provides AI and deep learning video and audio analytics software for smart cameras, has been identified as a “Hot Vendor in Image and Video Analytics” in a 2019 report by Aragon Research Inc.
Founded in 1999, Advanced Wiring Solutions (AWS), an Alsip, Ill.-based low voltage systems/solutions provider, started with only Mike Sanfratello. Today, it has grown in its 20 years as a specialized resource offering extensive cabling solutions to hundreds of clients every year.
The 2018 Future of Physical Security study conducted by Microsoft and Accenture found that the threat landscape has changed in recent years. “The digital revolution has transformed the world in a multitude of positive ways — but it has inadvertently created new threats,” the study noted in its introduction. The survey of 200 senior physical security leaders across multiple industries described the physical security industry “at various levels of maturity, and at worst a decade behind” when it comes to its response to the digital transformation.
Guardian Protection, a security solutions provider, today announced a new partnership with Minor League Baseball (MiLB) to become the “Official Smart Home Security Partner of MiLB” and the “Preferred Partner” of targeted Minor League Baseball teams across the country.
HomeSphere, a provider of the only digital marketplace connecting major building product manufacturers and homebuilders, announced that Nortek Security & Control has joined its rapidly growing community.
In an industry replete with products that promise risk mitigation, RFID solutions stand out as a surefire way to cost-effectively and reliably minimize risk by enforcing accountability throughout the enterprise, no matter how expansive or complex.
Security integrators and manufacturers see renewed interest from end users in the features, benefits and use cases access control can provide, and are starting to see an uptick in retrofits and upgrades.
For decades the dominant story in access control has been that it was a victim of its own success: that is, customers were reluctant to change out what was still working — even 15 or 20 years on — and didn’t see the benefit in spending the money to upgrade, even for significantly new or different features.