Building a generation of work-from-home experts and an increased focused on network security will be long-term positive outcomes of the global pandemic.
Inspired Technology and Communications outfits Boys & Girls Club of MetroWest with new security, audio systems to help improve efficiencies.
Rising concerns over coronavirus outbreaks led postponement of ISC West, with Reed highlighting need to ‘prioritize health and safety of everyone involved.’
A group ran over 400 pictures of UCLA athletes and staff through facial recognition software and found 58 were incorrectly matched with database mugshots.
Global spending on smart city initiatives will total $124 billion this year. That’s good for an 18.9% increase over 2019. Should AV integrators take note?
NSCA and FMI Electronic Systems Outlook shows flat construction growth but corporate, lodging and government sectors remain relatively strong.
Recent legislative bans and criticisms of facial recognition technology should give integrators pause when they consider offering it to customers.
No credible threats of Iran cybersecurity breach in DHS bulletin, but possibility exists in the wake of U.S. airstrike that killed Iran Gen. Soleimani.
LookingGlass Concierge facial recognition technology helps to identify and locate people, then logs them into a group to improve customer service.
Northeastern University computer engineer creates “adversarial T-shirt” design that can trick artificial intelligence tracking systems.
Organizations are seeing a boon when implementing AV over IP technology, and integrators are finding happy customers when installing AV over IP. In this webinar, you’ll learn exactly why you need AV over IP.
The one-hour webinar will discuss the basics of fiber cable, as well as how its bandwidth capabilities support today’s and tomorrow’s AV formats, and guidelines for specifying and installing fiber products.