Strategy & Insight
Refining biometric technologies is critical to a future where every point of physical contact is considered a possible health risk.
As states and territories across the country ease restrictions, we continue to see varied initiatives for mitigating risk. Thermal cameras are becoming a prevalent measure for non-contact temperature screening in public spaces and workplaces – a factor helping to fuel the growth of the thermal camera market, now tipped to increase by a CAGR of 7.29% to reach USD 6.41 Billion by 2025.
As the world reels from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing has become patently clear. When faced with a new threat, no matter how prepared we are, we can still be caught out. The trick is not to be caught on the backfoot – what has worked in the past will not necessarily work in the future.
Access Control in a post-COVID reality
As is usual in crisis situations, security has played a prominent role in the implementation of countermeasures to enforce compliance and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is no doubt about it, COVID-19 has changed the security industry forever. However, despite the obvious economic impacts, it’s apparent that the industry has still seen some opportunity during COVID-19.
As with any crisis, there are always opportunists and the COVID-19 pandemic has been no exception.
From a Person Who Does it all The Time
At the beginning of the year before the times of COVID-19 we looked into the top trends facing the Security industry for 2020 to see global and national security advancements. These are the findings that we found: 1. Biometrics go Multi-modal The biometrics market is predicted to climb from USD 33.0 billion in 2019 to […]
Technology is integral to the security industry, however it has been earmarked as a challenge to stay up to date.