The 2018 Security Exhibition & Conference has wrapped up, once again presenting innovations, education, cutting-edge technology and countless opportunities to network to over 5,000 industry professionals.
Facility safety and security are light years beyond the days of having several guards and an alarm system, and navigating a complex array of the technologies available.
Sydney-based start-up Noahface has announced that the company’s proprietary Facial Recognition (FR) technology will debut at the 2018 Security Exhibition & Conference in Melbourne. The software allows any iOS device to act as an access control solution via digitally-connected doors.
With an over-riding theme of “Securing Innovation”, exhibition floor discussions on day two of the Security Exhibition & Conference were focused on the rapid rise of automation and artificial intelligence (AI), and how security solutions are adapting technology to meet the enormous potential for ‘smart solutions’.
What’s next in security – latest product launches to feature at the Security Exhibition & Conference
The 2018 Security Exhibition & Conference will open this Wednesday at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. At a point in time when security technology and methodology is evolving at an unprecedented rate, the southern hemisphere’s largest security event stands as the crucible for cutting-edge solutions and the latest technology.
A new force in security will soon be patrolling some of Australia’s most popular places with the first automated robot security guard landing on our shores.
The harmony between graceful design and vital security features is a delicate balance that architects, engineers and facility managers are acutely aware of.
Discussion with Caroline Sapriel, founder and Managing Partner of CS&A, who is a keynote speaker at the 2018 ASIAL Security Conference.
Smart buildings are rapidly becoming a widely-recognised phenomenon, talked about in the media and high on the agenda of progressive companies on both the supply and demand side.
Home security is changing significantly – it’s no longer just about sturdy fences or secure gates but about being as smart – or smarter – than the criminals plotting to enter homes.