Yesterday’s Keynote speaker, Philip Halpin, senior vice president and head of global security, Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), invited attendees to think critically about the concept of transformation in his presentation, “Friend or Foe? Technology Disruption and the Physical Security Industry.”
The adoption of technology within security operations is table stakes, and the use of equipment like IP cameras is a practice that is synonymous with surveillance. Since the introduction of this type of equipment dates back more than 20 years, however, security professionals are quickly realizing that their use of technology must consider new threats and advancements in today’s workplace. Innovations in machine learning, computer vision, and robotics are expected to have a profound impact across multiple product categories in security operations.
There was a time not so long ago that ISC East was considered a small, regional show not as relevant to the bulk of the security and public safety industry. It hasn’t lost its regional flavor; but with three co-located events covering some of the hottest topics in the industry (ISC East, Unmanned Security Expo and Infosecurity North America); both attendance and exhibitor space up; and even more educational content than before, it’s safe to say ISC East is not only “catching its stride,” but quickly becoming a not-to-be-missed event in the fall tradeshow lineup.
ISC East started with a bagpipe — now let’s end it on a high note! While day one was packed with fun, there’s still plenty left to look forward to for day two. After Will Wise, group vice president of the security events portfolio at Reed Exhibitions, gave the opening remarks and kicked off the convention yesterday, attendees headed down to the show floor, where they found those exhibiting for ISC, Unmanned Security Expo New York and Infosecurity North America.
Transition Networks Inc., Booth 225: Transition Networks Inc. is displaying its latest fully-managed Power-over-Ethernet++ (PoE++) switch (SISPM1040-582-LRT) designed for connecting and powering Internet of Things devices in harsh or outdoor environments.
Touchless Biometric Systems, Booth 542: Simple to use and fit for every environment and every finger condition, this waterproof and dustproof TBS 2D+ Terminal Heavy Duty housing unit identifies despite dirt, water, oil and even through thin latex gloves.
Telguard, Booth 115: Telguard’s FlexHub allows you to add home automation to any security panel. Control Z-Wave devices such as lights, locks, thermostats and more with the Telguard FlexHub Z-Wave Controller and Telguard HomeControl Flex.
WeSuite, Booth 372: WeSuite’s Version 5.0, which includes enhancements to its flagship products WeOpportunity and WeEstimate, is a sales management platform encompassing a suite of software solutions along with a wide range of tightly integrated add-on modules capable of automating all sales functions from “contact to contract.”
In our February issue we present our 2019 “State of the Market: Video Surveillance” report. Also, find out more on "Artificial Intelligence in Video Surveillance". Read about the "3 Steps for Choosing the Right Visitor Management Solutions". And discover the latest and greatest products.