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CONSULT 2021 Convenes Security Consultant Specifiers, Others to Talk Tech

Following a COVID-induced hiatus last year, CONSULT 2021 returned as an in-person event at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Riverwalk in San Antonio. More than 200 professionals took part in the security specifier conference Oct. 23-26. Attendees of the event, primarily focused on security consultant specifiers, also included sponsoring solution partners, system integrators, industry thought leaders, […]
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Don’t Ignore Layered Perimeter Security

According to a new report, the global perimeter security market will reach $312.2 billion by 2027. And for good reason: high-profile intrusion incidents have been on the rise, making perimeter security a top priority for organizations. Perimeter security is defined as the technologies designed to protect people and assets within a facility and its grounds […]
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Advanced AI Technology and Progressive Visualization Enhances Awareness and Provides Real-Time Actionable Data

Oyla, the technology leader of 3D, LiDAR-based video security solutions, today announced significant growth in the perimeter security market as more organizations look to adopt advanced and multi-layered surveillance applications to mitigate risks and increase awareness. The company’s core LiDAR-based 3D sensor fusion camera allows organizations to take video beyond traditional use cases and expand […]
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Smart Cities – Is LiDAR Making Them Smarter?

Networked devices are all around us. Some of them enable autonomy of things or AoT™. Increasingly, these devices are also providing a path for creating smarter and safer cities – where people, vehicles (horse carriages, cars, bicycles, scooters, pets, robots) and infrastructure interact in highly dynamic situations to achieve multiple objectives – smooth traffic flow, […]
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Automotive LiDAR Technologies Battle It Out

LiDAR is likely to be added to the list of sensors that future cars will use to help with navigation and safety, but most likely it won’t be the large rotating mirror assembly on the top of vehicles. Newer solid-state radar technologies are being researched and developed, although it’s not yet clear which of these […]
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Infrastructure Safety: Securing America’s Rail Industry

The rail sector is a critical component of American infrastructure, making it even more imperative to increase safety within the industry. A reported 94% of all rail-related fatalities and injuries occur at railroad crossings or due to trespassing, most of which are preventable. Railroad crossing incidents are also the second leading cause of rail-related deaths […]
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