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Hakimo and Convergint partner to deliver AI-powered security solutions

August 22, 2023SSN Staff

MENLO PARK, Calif.—Hakimo, a technology company dedicated to modernizing physical security through its artificial intelligence (AI) software, has announced a reseller partnership with international systems integrator Convergint.   The partnership will enable Convergint to offer Hakimo’s AI-powered security solutions to its customers across the globe. The Hakimo platform uses computer vision and machine learning to automate the monitoring of physical security sensors such as...

Convergint, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Hakimo, Joe Young, National Safe Skies Alliance, Inc., Sam Joseph, Security Industry Association

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Asylon Robotics flies multiple drones simultaneously in new BVLOS tests

August 9, 2023SSN Staff

NORRISTOWN, Pa.—Asylon Robotics, a provider of automated security drones and robotics, announced that it has completed a series of multi-drone flight tests supporting the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to help define the next set of standards for safe beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) operations. This significant development marks a major milestone in the company’s growth and reflects Asylon’s ongoing commitment to enabling drone operations at scale with...

Anzen Unmanned, Asylon Robotics, Department of Defense, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), GXO Logistics, Space Force

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Hakimo AI Solution completes test and evaluation by Safe Skies

December 16, 2022SSN Staff

MENLO PARK, Calif. – Technology company Hakimo’s AI solution has completed its operational test and evaluation by National Safe Skies Alliance Inc. at San Diego International Airport. The evaluation report, SSDA—22-028 Hakimo Access Control Video Analytics – San Diego International Airport, was published in November 2022 and is available to qualified airport personnel at US commercial airports from the Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) or by contacting

AI solution, Airports Council International-North America, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Hakimo, Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN), National Safe Skies Alliance Inc., Safe Skies Airport Security System Integrated Support Testing (ASSIST), San Diego International Airport, Transportation Security Administration (TSA)

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