Artificial Intelligence

Read: Johnson Controls’ OpenBlue Offers Full Suite of COVID-19 Solutions

Johnson Controls’ OpenBlue Offers Full Suite of COVID-19 Solutions

The OpenBlue platform brings together traditional operational technology, existing IT systems and cloud applications infused with AI, says the company.

Read: Temperature Scanning Systems: What’s on the Market, Promising Practices and More

Temperature Scanning Systems: What’s on the Market, Promising Practices and More

Using video surveillance cameras for thermal temperature monitoring is emerging as a viable option for campuses.

Read: Study: On Average, Data Breaches Cost $3.86M Each

Study: On Average, Data Breaches Cost $3.86M Each

One out of five data breaches was due to an attacker using previously exposed employee credentials, and misconfigured cloud networks were used by attackers nearly 20% of the time.

Read: Tennessee High School Adopts AI-Based Weapons Detection

Tennessee High School Adopts AI-Based Weapons Detection

Designed to help identify threats before they become violent, the weapons detection technology integrates with an organization’s existing security cameras.

Read: viisights wise Analyzes Human Behavior Patterns to Detect Danger

viisights wise Analyzes Human Behavior Patterns to Detect Danger

The technology can detect potentially dangerous situations in progress, such as a person brandishing a weapon or abandoning an object.

Read: 5 Ways COVID-19 and Technology Are Transforming Campuses

5 Ways COVID-19 and Technology Are Transforming Campuses

Institutions of higher education can adopt these five innovations to safely reopen.

Read: Using the Cloud and Deep Learning for Proactive Campus Security

Using the Cloud and Deep Learning for Proactive Campus Security

Reacting to an unforeseen security issue used to be the only option, but combining modern technologies can change that.

Read: How Robots on Campus Can Save Money and Lives

How Robots on Campus Can Save Money and Lives

Robots are quickly becoming an extension of smart buildings and smart public safety departments. Here are the latest robosecurity trends.

Read: COVID-19 Could Hurt Adoption of Contact Biometrics but Help Facial Recognition

COVID-19 Could Hurt Adoption of Contact Biometrics but Help Facial Recognition

The use of fingerprint and vein biometrics technologies will most likely suffer due to new stringent infectious disease protocols, but facial and iris recognition could experience an increase.

Read: 2020 Video Management System Trends, Opportunities and Developments

2020 Video Management System Trends, Opportunities and Developments

Video management systems (VMS) are essential to campus security, but all are not created equal.

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