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Magos, Nightingale partner for radar/drone solution

February 23, 2023SSN Staff

REHOVOT, Israel, and NEWARK, Calif. – Radar detection technology company Magos Systems is partnering with robotic aerial security company Nightingale Security for a fully autonomous radar-activated drone solution. It combines Nightingale’s autonomous “Blackbird” drone with Magos’ ground-based radar, allowing it to respond independently to events, which Magos says makes it a force multiplier for human guard forces. The radar works together with PTZ cameras and Magos’...

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SIA names winners for 2022 Denis R. Hébert Identity Management Scholarship

July 27, 2022SSN Staff

SILVER SPRING, Md.— The Security Industry Association (SIA) has named Alex Orr of Johnson Controls and Esteban Pastor of ZKTeco USA as the two recipients of the 2022 Hèbert Identity Management Scholarship. Orr and Pastor are set to receive the $5,000 scholarships that will allow them to further their education in the identity management field. This scholarship program is named after Nightingale Security Chair and Investor Denis R. Hébert, a past member of SIA’s...

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TechSec Solutions 2017 keynote: Drones, robots and things that go bump in the night

March 1, 2017Spencer Ives

DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—Attendees of TechSec Solutions 2017 started the first morning of the conference here with a look into one drone company, and how the technology could innovate the physical security market, making for cheaper, better and faster solutions. “There are two kinds of change. The first kind is 'incremental.' Like small waves on a shore, the impact of incremental changes are hard to measure at first but [they] add up over time. The second kind is 'major'—and,...

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