Health organizations around the world have created the common awareness that maintaining a safe distance between people is one of the best practices we have to avoid being exposed to COVID-19 and in slowing its spread.
While descriptions like “overshadowed by” or “back in the day…” come to mind when raising the topic of the 2107 WannaCryptor ransomware attack in 2020, we shouldn’t forget how vulnerable institutions and businesses alike found themselves that May.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the world has changed, with much of life moving online. Not least affected is education: Sitting rooms have become schoolrooms, kitchens have become cafeterias, and gardens have become playgrounds.
Novel technologies, including artificial intelligence are playing an imperative role in transforming a range of industrial sectors. Despite being at a relatively nascent stage, the adoption of artificial intelligence for video surveillance and VSaaS (video surveillance as a service) market
Intersec, the region’s leading trade fair for security, safety and fire protection, has recorded its highest rebooking rate with 150 exhibitors signing up for the 2021 event immediately after January’s show which represents a 200% increase from 2019’s onsite recommitments.
Big brother has arrived – or perhaps it’s his better intentioned younger cousin. Every day we are being watched whether we’re checking into a hotel, visiting a friend in hospital or simply out grocery shopping. Video surveillance technology, the CCTV age is now a fact of life we are so used to that we simply overlook it.
Today’s shoppers have less time than ever to get their grocery shopping done, and they expect a fast and easy purchasing experience. How does one keep waiting times to a minimum, and react quickly to growing checkout lines? Intelligent queue detection technology could be the answer.
Maintaining an educational environment that is conducive to learning requires, at a minimum, that we keep our school children safe and secure. It’s easier said than done, given the wide range of sizes and types of educational institutions.
Omniflow, a Portugal-based company, is making waves in the UAE, for its range of innovative smart energy solutions. These generate power with wind and solar energies, which are then used to power different applications and devices such as streetlights, Wi-Fi, security and surveillance cameras, and the like.
Leading video surveillance brand in the world, Hikvision shares there thoughts how intelligent video solutions are empowering retailers around the world to transform their operations and maximise in-store conversion