|Pelco showcase new products, solutions and services at Intersec 2020||
Pelco, Inc., a global leader in intelligent video surveillance solutions, is attending Intersec 2020 (booth #SUA26) in Dubai on Jan. 19-21 to showcase a number of new products, solutions and services.
Intersec will offer an opportunity for Pelco leaders to demonstrate the latest upgrades to the popular Sarix and Spectra video camera lines as well as its industry-leading Video Management System, VideoXpert, to end-users, integrator partners, and the media.
Here are a few of the key innovations that will be on display:
Sarix Professional Series 3 Fixed IP Cameras (launched): Available in mini-dome, bullet, box and wedge configurations, the latest Sarix cameras offer a variety of exclusive features for customers that need high-definition video in low or no-light conditions as well as protection against vandalism and extreme temperatures.
|Hikvision showcases latest innovative technologies at Intersec 2020||
Hikvision, the worldâ€™s leading supplier of innovative security products and solutions, will be exhibiting its latest innovations at Intersec 2020, the largest security exhibition in the Middle East, January 19 â€“ 21 in Dubai, UAE.
Emerging technologies and applications opened up new possibilities for the security industry. This year, visitors can experience Hikvisionâ€™s market-leading products and solutions for users across various industries.
Hikvisionâ€™s multi-dimensional perception was created for a variety of security needs, reshaping security systems and providing customers with more comprehensive protection.
|PoliceBox introduces AI-powered Optical Character Recognition to import driving licence data within seconds||
PoliceBox, the mobile working platform that enables frontline officers to complete their tasks from within one, intuitive app, has introduced a new capability which will improve data quality by eliminating the need for officers to manually enter important data types such as driving licence details into their mobile device.
With its new AI-powered OCR (Optical Character Recognition) functionality, officers can now scan and import data from state-issued documents to instigate a database search within a few seconds, typically saving two minutes of officer time while helping to keep officers safe since they can maintain focus on the individual in front of them instead of looking down at their device.
|Tenable selected as partner of choice as BeyondTrust exits vulnerability management market||
Tenable, Inc., the Cyber Exposure company, have announced it has entered into an exclusive partnership with BeyondTrust, a worldwide leader in Privileged Access Management (PAM), that names Tenable as the preferred vulnerability management partner for BeyondTrust Enterprise Vulnerability Management customers. BeyondTrust has made a decision to exit the Vulnerability Management market and has selected Tenable as its exclusive partner. Tenable was chosen for its market leadership in Vulnerability Management and Cyber Exposure to help organisations understand and manage their cyber risk.
|Information security technology market to reach $151.2bn value by 2023||
The growing range of security threats and requirements has forced companies and organisations from all over the world to intensify their investments in new safety solutions. According to PreciseSecurity.com research, the global information security market is expected to report a noticeable upward trend in the following years, resulting in a $151.2bn revenue by 2023.
Security services are driving the market growth
The information security technology market includes security-related software, hardware, and services.
|67% of healthcare organisations have suffered cyber security incidents||
New research by data security providerÂ Clearswift, a HelpSystems Company, revealed that 67% of healthcare organisations have experienced a cyber security incident in the past year, highlighting the serious threat that data breaches and malicious attacks pose to the UKâ€™s health-related data.
The research, which surveyed senior business decision makers within healthcare organisations across the UK, found that almost half (48%) of incidents within the sectorÂ occurred as a result of introduction of viruses or malware from third-party devices â€“ including IoT devices and USB sticks.
|41 billion missing IoT devices: The biggest prediction miss in the history of IT?||
41 billion IoT connected devices have failed to materialise, potentially representing the biggest missed prediction in the history of IT,Â EseyeÂ a leader in ubiquitous global IoT connectivity, has uncovered.
In 2010, EricssonÂ predictedÂ that 50 billion devices would be connected by 2020, a predictionÂ echoed byÂ Cisco in 2011. Yet, despite the enthusiasm for IoT,Â current estimatesÂ identify the true figure to be closer toÂ 9 billion, with many of those being mobile phones.
|The rise of wireless and importance of integration||
Trevor Ball of Allegion UK asks whether we truly understand the importance of seamless system integration in todayâ€™s shifting access control market. In todayâ€™s fast-paced digital age, weâ€™re constantly subject to change – and itâ€™s no different for access control.
The world of access control is changing. Ask anyone active in the industry and the likelihood is that theyâ€™ll confirm a shift in landscape. Take a step back and you realise how quickly access control has advanced, moving from traditional lock and key methods to the tech-driven security solutions we find in our facilities today.
|Get SAT deploys Dual SAT solution with Inmarsat Global Xpress||
Inmarsat and Get SAT, an innovator in small, lightweight satellite communication terminals for airborne, ground and maritime applications, have announced a successful demonstration and deployment of a unique Dual SAT terminal solution for US government agencies.
The innovative solution employs Get SATâ€™s lightweight micronised Milli SAT LM terminals using Inmarsat’s worldwide Global Xpress Ka-band network. The solution significantly reduces installation costs and efficiently manages communications-on-the-move.
Dual SAT provides an antenna diversity solution for mobility platforms where obstructions such as ship’s superstructures would cause blockage for a single antenna system.
|MuxLabÂ empowers Dante-Based IP infrastructures||
MuxLab is shipping its new HDMI/Dante over IP PoE Transmitter, UHD-4K (model 500759-TX-Dante). This solution delivers HDMI at up to 4K@30Hz (4:4:4) together with Dante audio signals to create an independently distributed AV network.
High Dynamic Range imaging supports a wider range of luminosity to improve visuals. Content is delivered with a one frame latency for a visually lossless performance.
Installation requires a connection to an Ethernet switch, so the entire system essentially rides on an IP infrastructure.Â