Posts Tagged ‘Artificial Intelligence’

Home Office ACE Initiative addresses public safety

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Global MSC Security today announced that former Chief Constable of Derbyshire Constabulary and now a Strategic Advisor to the Home Office ’s Accelerated Capability Environment (ACE) initiative, Peter Goodman OBE QPM, will participate in the Global MSC Security Conference and Exhibition 2021. The event takes place in Bristol on Tuesday 19 October and this year…

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Safer communities and workplaces with coronavirus COVID-19 blockchain monitor

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The Public Health Blockchain Consortium has announced the release of a monitoring blockchain for the systematic, continual, and anonymous verification of communities and workplaces that are free from coronavirus COVID-19, and other high-risk viruses, bacteria and fungi, to assist them in staying free of potentially life-threatening diseases. Ayon Hazra, CEO of Qlikchain, the administrator for…

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Airbus chairs Finnish Priority research program for innovation


As part of the twenty members of the program consortium, Airbus takes one step further towards innovation for critical communications and situational awareness in the 5G era. Airbus has announced its active participation in a Finnish governmental-funded pioneer research program called Priority, launched in August of this year. Over a two-year timeframe, the program aims…

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Intelligent Video: The key to transforming the in-store shopping experience

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The retail sector has felt the disruptive impact of e-commerce more than most. The inevitable costs of staffing, rent, maintenance and daily operations has left traditional brick-and-mortar stores struggling to stay dynamic and compete effectively with their more agile online counterparts. Not only that, but the one competitive advantage of physical retail outlets – being…

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Axis Communications to showcase secure, intelligent solutions across retail, critical infrastructure and smart cities at Intersec 2019

Axis Communications

Axis Communications is returning for the 21st edition of Intersec from 20 – 22 January 2019. Axis will showcase the many dimensions of products, solutions and services across Retail, Critical Infrastructure and Smart Cities. Philippe Kubbinga, Regional Director – Middle East & Africa, Axis Communications, “At Axis, we have stayed at the forefront by constantly…

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ASSA ABLOY’s DC700G-FT Security Door Closer shortlisted for Architectural Ironmongery Specification Awards


The DC700G-FT Security Door Closer from the ASSA ABLOY Door Hardware and Access Control Group has been shortlisted for the Architectural Ironmongery (AI) Specification Awards. Organised by the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the AI Specification Awards identify and reward excellence in the specification of architectural ironmongery…

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Nortek Security & Control acquires IntelliVision establishing leadership in AI & Video Analytics


Nortek Security & Control acquires IntelliVision establishing leadership in AI & Video Analytics. Nortek Security & Control’s acquisition of IntelliVision will enable further establishment of AI & Video Analytics leadership, while bringing a range of other benefits. The acquisition will enable Nortek Security & Control to deliver advanced security, control and entertainment systems, leveraging AI…

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Vectra issued with five U.S. patents for artificial intelligence enhanced visibility into cyber attacker behaviour 

Vectra issued with five U.S. Patents

Vectra, the leader in automating the hunt for in-progress cyber attacks, today announced it has been issued five U.S. patents, numbers for advanced cyber security analytics capabilities automated by artificial intelligence (AI). These patents are said to demonstrate the effectiveness of security research and data science collaborating to enhance visibility into attacker behaviour.

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Can Artificial Intelligence defend you from a weaponised web-cam?

Can Artificial Intelligence defend you from a weaponised web-cam?

Last October, hundreds of thousands of Internet of Things devices were used to host malicious lines of code that served as a launching pad for a series of DDoS attacks carried out across the internet. Hackers effectively weaponised web cameras and digital video recorders and used them to shut down popular websites including Twitter, Reddit and PayPal, in what has become the largest recorded DDoS attack in history.

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