If there is anything the security industry has learned over the past few years, it’s that this industry is not static. There are constant changes in technology and threats which can range from worrying about a possible break-in to employee theft or protecting a facility, its assets and employees. Security professionals are having to stay up to date with the latest and greatest security system technologies and adapt existing solutions quickly in order to keep their assets and information safe.
The Security Industry Association (SIA) has selected Chris Grniet, CPP, as the recipient of the 2018 SIA Committee Chair of the Year Award, which recognizes individuals for excellence in leading SIA committees and advancing member objectives. SIA will present Grniet with the honor at The Advance, SIA’s annual membership meeting, during ISC West.
We just celebrated President’s Day. Folklore has it that during the American Revolution, George Washington was approached by an enquiring member of the press who asked: “George! George! What keeps you up at night?”
The New Year brings the possibility of a fresh start, new ideas and goals, and hope for a better tomorrow. And never before has a year started out with such a large focus on how the future can be improved through the promise of technology.
The days of a security officer spending their shift watching a few rows of grainy video footage are long gone. Operators today are being asked to actively monitor events from hundreds of video cameras, while also overseeing countless alarms from other devices such as door readers, intrusion panels, perimeter detection sensors, building automation controls and more.
GFC Profesional 4K Camera from Pelco by Schneider Electric
February 14, 2019
Designed to support challenging lighting conditions typical in city surveillance, airports, traffic, gaming facilities, corrections, hospitality and more, the GFC Professional 4K camera from Pelco by Schneider Electric delivers 8MP resolution detail for demanding surveillance applications with heavy foot and vehicular traffic.