Holly Walters has been promoted to Chief Information Officer and Group Vice President of Information Systems for Toyota Motor North America. In her new role, Walters will oversee the company’s information systems, solutions and technology.
When it involves the safety of residents, data needs to be reliable and easily accessed – which is where a 0G network comes in. IoT connectivity options like 0G provide a cost-efficient, low-power and user-friendly experience, with simple integration for public safety officials looking to stay up-to-date and secure. Here are some ways IoT devices running on a 0G network can be used to aid officials, allowing for better public safety.
Improving the safety and well-being of our law enforcement professionals remains a key priority for communities across the U.S. Among the biggest obstacles to achieving this goal, however, are the outdated police documentation workflows and processes, which are often still manual (and some departments still rely on pen-to-paper).
Facial recognition systems are an excellent way to improve security and enable touchless access control in buildings and facilities in this new world of social distancing. As experts increasingly recommend face masks to limit the spread of COVID-19, it’s natural to question how this might effect the performance of facial recognition algorithms.
Both turnstiles and doors are being integrated with advanced electronic access control, video surveillance and other intrusion sensors to provide enhanced security and cost-effective operational management options that help save on manned guard resources and offer real-time analytics. However, revolving doors and turnstiles are subject to special code requirements that are different than codes for swinging or sliding doors to ensure the safety of building occupants if emergency evacuation is necessary.
Delta Scientific’s DSC1500 portable beam barricade sets up quickly and temporarily to block vehicles and secure locations during short-term events and anywhere a beam barricade is needed for interim security.
ISS’ SecurOS™ UVSS (Under Vehicle Surveillance System) combines advanced software and hardware for under-vehicle surveillance, is natively developed with a number of ISS’ analytic patents and designed to integrate with the ISS SecurOS v10 platform.