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Johnson Controls adds AI-driven face mask detection

September 22, 2020SSN Staff

MILWAUKEE—Johnson Controls recently announced exacqVision 20.09, which offers an integrated, cost-effective face mask detection solution that can quickly put information into the hands of facility decision makers to help maintain safe environments for employees and visitors. Based on AI analytics versus pixel-based analytics, exacqVision 20.09 offers improved accuracy and a scalable, efficient solution for organizations where public health and safety is a priority such as retail stores,...

AI, artificial intelligence, Johnson Controls


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Cybersecurity

Network-centric U.S. military systems and the rise of CMMC

August 28, 2020Antoinette King

The digital revolution has enhanced military capabilities in so many positive ways. In the U.S., this is referred to as a Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA) (Stiennon, 2015). Reconnaissance through unmanned aerial and marine vessels; the use of GPS to refine target coordinates; and digital communications are just some examples of systems that have been enhanced to provide the military with enhanced capabilities resulting in a reduction of casualties and improved efficiency. However, with this...

AI, artificial intelligence, Cybersecurity, encryption, Internet of things, IoT, NIST


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Alcatraz releases new features, unveils new website

August 14, 2020SSN Staff

REDWOOD CITY, Calif.—Alcatraz, developer of secure touchless access control products, has released the Rock 3D facial authentication with new features that include tailgating and mask detection to help companies comply with increasing statewide mask mandates. In conjunction with the new product release, Alcatraz has unveiled a new website that offers the latest information on their solutions.  “The latest features we’ve added to the Alcatraz Rock make it possible for businesses to replace...

access control, AI, Alcatraz, Alcatraz AI, artificial intelligence, Coronavirus, COVID, facial biometrics, physical access control, Vince Gaydarzhiev


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Suppliers

STANLEY Security partners with Evolv Technology

August 4, 2020SSN Staff

INDIANAPOLIS—Today, STANLEY Security announced its investment in Evolv Technology, a leader in artificial intelligence (AI)-based touchless security screening. This investment, backed by STANLEY Ventures, the venture capital arm of Stanley Black & Decker, forms a strategic partnership between the two companies. “We’re committed to helping organizations create safer, healthier environments for their employees, customers, students and partners, and our investment in Evolv Technology helps...

AI, artificial intelligence, Data Analytics, Evolv Technology, Stanley Black & Decker, Stanley Security, weapon detection


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PureTech Systems partner with Milestone

August 3, 2020SSN Staff

PHOENIX, Ariz.—PureTech Systems, a leader in AI video analytics, announced its product integration with Milestone VMS and participation in the Milestone Marketplace.  “This integration leverages our near-zero false alarm outdoor detection and classification capability into Milestone’s world-class VMS,” Larry Bowe, president of PureTech Systems, said in the announcement. “Adding PureTech’s AI-based video analytics with Auto-Verify into a Milestone system enables customers to secure...

AI, artificial intelligence, Milestone XProtect VMS, perimeter monitoring, perimeter security, PureTech, video analytics


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General News

ONVIF streamlines, expands interoperability with open source

July 21, 2020SSN Staff

SAN RAMON, Calif.—ONVIF is implementing open source for its network interface specifications for physical security technology, streamlining administrative and collaborative processes while also leveraging the collective ingenuity of the global developer community. The use of GitHub, an online open source development platform, will allow for easier contribution and collaboration on ONVIF specifications by applying state-of-the-art software development tools to specification engineering. This...

AI, artificial intelligence, Cloud, GitHub, IoT, ONVIF, open source, Per Björkdahl


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Boon Edam, AnyVision partner

June 16, 2020SSN Staff

EDAM, The Netherlands—Boon Edam and AnyVision partnership integrates AnyVision’s Abraxas technology into Boon Edam security doors and optical turnstiles, bringing advanced safety, security and seamless access capability to the entry experience.  “At Boon Edam, we understand that first impressions are everything, and both the customer and employee experience begins as soon as someone opens the door,” Jonas Oijevaar, business development at Royal Boon Edam International, said in the announcement....

access control, AI, AnyVision, artificial intelligence, Boon Edam, turnstiles


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Monitoring Matters

‘40 under 40’ award nominations open

May 13, 2020Ginger Hill, Managing Editor

The #SSNTalks’ Team is passionate about recognizing diverse, talented, young security professionals representing the next generation of industry leaders via our yearly “40 under 40” awards. We are thrilled to currently be seeking our “40 under 40” Class of 2020, comprised of consultants, integrators, monitoring professionals and end users. Submit nominations online here. “I have always considered SSN’s ‘40 under 40’ the ‘gold standard’ in our industry and being recognized...

40 under 40, 40 under 40 Class of 2019, AI, analytics, artificial intelligence, Cloud, Diversity, end users, integrator, Machine Learning


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General News

Security industry goes virtual during crisis

March 25, 2020Ginger Hill, Managing Editor

YARMOUTH, Maine—As more and more city-based governments across the U.S. order residents to “shelter-in-place” and “non-essential” businesses to close, not only is security considered an “essential” business that can and must remain open and functional, but it's been quite refreshing to see that the industry has transitioned to the virtual world, almost frictionlessly and seamlessly. Of course, “shelter in place” roughly translates to “work...

access control, AI, Alcatraz AI, artificial intelligence, Axis, Axis Communications, Body Cameras, Cloud, facial recognition, false alarm


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Monitoring Matters

Looking back to look forward at ISC West 2020

February 26, 2020Ginger Hill, Managing Editor

Having had the privilege of attending three shows during February, I've heard this phrase most: “It's hard to believe that ISC West is already here!” And, quite frankly, I couldn't agree more! As I think back to last year's ISC West, there were three key trends that resonated with me: 1. deep learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML); 2. video doorbells; and 3. RMR for integrators. Last year, right after ISC West, I reached out to some experts to gather their thoughts...

ABP Technology, AI, Alula, artificial intelligence, deep learning, DMP, Frees, Genetec, LifeSafety Power, Machine Learning


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