Digital Policing Smart Policing for Public Safety

Law enforcement and intelligence agencies are always facing complex and constantly evolving crimes and incidents, which are multi-channel, having dynamic data sources from which evidences are acquired. New technologies give rise to new crimes. Crime and criminal activities are getting advanced day by day, creating an urgent and constant need to upgrade the existing ways of policing. To decrease the rate of crime, to increase the rate of response and to improve the investigation, countries around the world have started moving towards the adoption of digital technologies such as mobile…

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Make Your Network Edge Intelligent and Meet Tomorrow’s Needs Today

In the new digital business reality, the network edge has never been more important. Often overlooked, the network edge is the cornerstone that determines whether digital success is realized or lost. Today the network is critical in enabling change in virtually all organizations as they take their digital transformation journey. This journey will help organizations innovate faster, reduce cost and complexity, and lower risk. It translates into the ability to increase agility, improve employee productivity, better engage with customers, and protect key intellectual property and assets. The network edge is…

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The Proxim Advantage Video Security via Wireless

Wide operating temperature range Security is not just a concern in temperate climates. The Middle East with day time temperatures reaching 50°C, and other areas such as Russia or Canada going as low as -40 degrees C, the wireless network has to be able to survive these brutal temperature ranges. Tsunami® products are rated for -40 to +60 degrees C operation. For those environments that are more temperate there are version of Tsunami® that support -30 to 55°C temperature ranges. Beyond these core, fundamental requirements for any wireless network carrying…

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Survey Highlights Needs for Intelligent Video Surveillance Solutions

Pelco by Schneider Electric recently surveyed 489 end-users within the surveillance industry about their surveillance needs and where they see the industry headed. The survey analyzed how end-users view their current surveillance systems and the expectations they have for emerging technologies. Key findings The study revealed significant and valuable insights into the current state of the video surveillance market, and how users rate their existing systems and market offerings in terms of meeting their business needs. Here are five of the top findings of the study: One-third of end-users believe…

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