IPVideo Corp ViewScan Selected as Finalist in 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards

IPVideo Corporation, a leading manufacturer of audio/video recording, passive weapons detection systems and IoT sensor technology, and a Double Platinum Award Winner in the 2020 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program, is...
Security has and will always be the number one focus for most facilities. However, COVID-19 has helped bring to the forefront some positive changes as we are seeing a huge push in the market for touchless entry points.

Emerging Turnstile Trends Creating the Pathway to Change

Guest OpEd by Michael Stoll, VP of Technical Sales & Marketing at Aeroturn  Businesses and government agencies today are facing uncertainty with the COVID-19 virus still running rampant throughout cities nationwide. With all...

Konica Minolta: Solving Challenges for the Government Workplace

Guest Editorial by Chris Bilello, Vice President, Business Solutions Development at Konica Minolta Business Solutions In this evolving global climate, government organizations face many significant challenges. The ability to streamline business processes while...
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Seoul Robotics Debuts 3D Plug-In with Milestone Systems XProtect VMS

Seoul Robotics, a 3D computer vision company building a perception platform that uses AI and deep learning to power the future of mobility, robotics and smart cities, and a Finalist in the...
D-Fend Solutions’ offering empowers border security agencies to retrieve drone payloads being carried by rogue drones, which is important when drones are carrying drugs and/or explosives. The system also identifies and tracks the location of the drones’ take-off positions and remote-control operators.

D-Fend Solutions Expands Counter-Drone Takeover Technologies

D-Fend Solutions, a leader in radio frequency (RF), cyber-based, counter-drone takeover technology, recently named an Award Finalist in the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program, is officially releasing the new software version...
The State of Hawaii has deployed NEC’s innovative NeoFace Thermal Express technology, at all five Hawaiian aiports which automatically screens the body temperature of every arriving passenger entering the airport terminal, to ensure they do not become hotspots of virus contraction as people cross paths from across the globe.

NEC NeoFace Thermal Express a Finalist in the 2021 ‘ASTORS’ Awards

NEC Corporation of America, a 2018 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Award Winner for Best Biometric Recognition System, is pleased to announce that the company's NEC NeoFace Thermal Express has been selected as...
Courtesy of 2021 'ASTORS' Awards Finalist Mission Secure Inc. (MSi) for Best ICS/SCADA Cyber Security, a leading industrial control system (ICS) cybersecurity company protecting clients in maritime, industrial, autonomous vehicles, smart cities and defense industries from cyber attacks.

Feds Warn of Ongoing Cyber Threats to US Water and Wastewater Systems

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), which was recognized in the 2020 'ASTORS' Awards Program for Excellence in Homeland Security, along with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA), the Environmental Protection...

U.S. Navy Upgrading to Next-Gen LRAD with 1.8M Add-On Order

Genasys, a global leader in critical communications systems solutions, recently named a Multiple Award Finalist in the 2021 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program, has announced a $1.8 million LRAD systems order...
The New Short-Range Tactical Quadcopter ION™ M640x, Provides Unmatched Capabilities for Defense and Public Safety Customers

Teledyne FLIR Launches ION M640x Next-Gen Tactical Quadcopter UAS

Teledyne FLIR, a Finalist in the 2021 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Program, has announced the launch of the New ION™ M640x tactical Unmanned Aerial System (UAS). The American designed, developed and manufactured...
Umit Karabiyik, an assistant professor in computer and information technology, works in Purdue’s Cybersecurity and Forensics Lab. Karabiyik researches forensic intelligence and how investigators can use terabytes of evidence from a myriad of devices. (Courtesy of Purdue University by Rebecca McElhoe)

Device Data can be too Much of a Good Thing for LE Investigations

Take a walk outside and, Purdue University’s Umit Karabiyik says, video-enabled doorbells or street cameras are recording you. He says most people are carrying at least three devices that are each filing...