One major trend reshaping the smart buildings market is the increased focus on occupant-centric workplaces, which has developed over the past few years. This is the opinion of research company Memoori from their latest findings on the occupancy analytics and in-building location based services sector.
Paxton has opened a state-of-the-art product test centre at its Global Head Office, in Brighton. This new investment allows Paxton and other businesses to test products during the manufacturing phase. The robust testing equipment will increase the quality and durability of the products.
Idis has further enhanced its Idis Center VMS, adding new features and functions targeted at small to mid-sized enterprises, and multi-site customers. These latest enhancements are designed to deliver operational benefits and reduced cost of ownership for small, medium, and multi-site users.
The coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 is posing major challenges for healthcare systems and medical institutions worldwide. An ability to rapidly diagnose the virus is of invaluable help in curbing its exponential spread in many countries. Bosch’s new, fully automated rapid test for COVID-19 can help medical facilities such as doctors’ offices, hospitals, laboratories, and health centres make fast diagnoses.
Tracking goods is a central part of the service provided by freight transporters – customers like to know where their goods are, and that they have been loaded onto the truck for delivery.
Researchers at Memoori have found that, even during this worldwide COVID-19 crisis where the majority are pulling together in the fight against the pandemic, there is an army of hackers carrying out an increasing number of malicious cyber attacks on all manner of organisations including the WHO, and other healthcare and charitable organisations.
On Monday, 23 March the Prime Minister announced further instructions to the British public to combat the spread of Corona virus (COVID-19). The announcement places further restrictions on when people can leave their homes and limits travel for work to essential roles only. Ian Todd, CEO of the SIA, has confirmed that relating to that announcement, the current definition of critical worker DOES include regulated (licence holding) security professionals, essential to national infrastructure, operating in roles under the 8 broad headings listed by the government.
While fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, people from all walks of life and institutions from all over the world have also shown goodwill and donated various anti-pandemic materials to places in need. As a world-leading video-centric smart IoT solution and service provider, Dahua Technology adheres to its social responsibility by donating high accuracy thermal body temperature measurement equipment to multiple countries across the globe to aid the prevention and control of the pandemic.
During the corona virus pandemic it has become increasingly important to keep safe social distances between people. For this very purpose, Huperlab has launched its Capacity Management system, a solution that uses 3D stereo vision intelligent technology to protect employees, customers and visitors in a business area.
The global smart-city AI software market is set to soar to $4.9 billion in 2025, up from $673.8 million in 2019, according to Omdia. Wireless data communications standards are enabling smart-city applications to move into the online realm, where they can capitalise on the latest AI innovations. The growing capabilities of AI are enabling data and insights collected through IoT networks to be monitored, analysed and acted upon.