For at least the last couple of years, artificial intelligence (AI) has been one of the biggest trends in the security industry. Offering the ability to “learn” over time, AI provides the technology to anticipate and identify potential issues as they are unfolding.
STANLEY Security, a global integrator of comprehensive security solutions, today released its 2020 Industry Trends Report. This report — which includes survey data from decision makers across North America and Europe, monitoring data from more than 400,000 STANLEY Security customers and insights from leaders across the organization — defines the major trends that may impact security consumers in the coming year.
The concept of ‘business intelligence’ is an evolving and growing one in the security industry; but one thing is certain: it presents a huge opportunity for security integrators and their end user customers.
Call it analytics, big data, business intelligence, machine learning, AI, or something else — these terms are not interchangeable, but in today’s security landscape they are often used to mean approximately the same thing: the idea that you can take traditional security technology (video, access control, intrusion, etc.) and expand its use to benefit the business side of whatever customer you are applying it to.
Resideo Technologies Inc. has acquired Pittsburgh-based LifeWhere. The newly acquired company uses machine learning and analytics to predict potential failure on critical home appliances, such as water heaters, furnaces and air conditioners.
Though many projects have been proven with pilots and real-case deployments, artificial intelligence (AI) in the security industry is in the relatively early stages and its role in video surveillance is as varied as the vertical markets that implement it.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Envisioning the Next-Generation Cybersecurity Practices, presents an overview of cyber security in enterprises and analyzes the drivers and challenges to the adoption of best practices in cyber security. It also covers the technologies impacting the future of cyber security and the main purchase factors.
ROG Security Cloud Service from ROG Security Inc. enhances a facility’s video system with real-time video threat analysis by using ROG’s cloud-based artificial intelligence and advanced neural network learning system.