As we approach the official end of summer, it appears that our member companies have been quite busy generating some industry news, articles and insights. As we head into the last few months of 2021, we look forward to seeing what other innovations member companies will be talking about next.
Alcatraz Achieves ONVIF Certification for Facial Authentication Solution (Security Sales & Integration)
Alcatraz AI announced its facial authentication solution, The Rock, is now certified with Profile S and Profile T to provide IP-based video streaming. This certification will allow a bridging of the gap between access control and video management with a single device.
Motorola Solutions Opens First Network and Security Operations Center for Public Safety in Quebec (SDM Magazine)
In early August, Motorola Solutions announced it had opened a new network and security operations center (NSOC) in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. The purpose of this NSCO is to manage, support and protect the mission-critical communication networks and command center software for Canada’s first responders.
Focus: Time to Rethink What You Know About VMS (Security Middle East)
Andreas Conrad, head of marketing at Qognify, authored this byline discussing how safety and security needs have evolved and so have video management systems.
From Seed-to-Sale: How VMS Plays a Pivotal Role in Securing Cannabis Operations (SecurityInfoWatch)
Brad Wareham, director of key accounts at Salient Systems authored this article on how cannabis operators can navigate strict regulations and deploy comprehensive, flexible security plans.
IndigoVison, Genetec & Hanwha Techwin
What is the Impact of Privacy Concerns on Physical Security? (Source Security)
Privacy concerns are more prevalent than ever, and in light of that, Source Security asked a panel of experts for their insight. ONVIF members included Dean Brazenall from IndigoVision, Florian Matusek from Genetec, and Aaron Saks from Hanwha Techwin.