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Arcules and Siemens partner

Alliance provides organizations with next-generation cloud video solutions
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11/05/2019

IRVINE, Calif.—Arcules, an innovator of integrated cloud-based video and access control services, announced their partnership with Siemens Smart Infrastructure (SI) to provide its Integrated Video Surveillance Service to modern enterprises.

Arcules appoints chief revenue officer

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10/28/2019

IRVINE, Calif.—Arcules, innovators in integrated video and access control cloud services, added Nigel Waterton as chief revenue officer.

RS2 Technologies releases ACT365 Cloud-based access control and video management solution

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09/18/2019

MUNSTER, Ind.—RS2 Technologies, a leading provider of access control systems, recently announced the addition of the ACT365 cloud-based access control and video management solution.

Cyber:Secured Forum 2019 rehash

A discussion about connecting cyber and physical security
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09/04/2019

DALLAS—About a month ago, Cyber:Secured Forum made its way to the Lone Star state and now with the pumpkin spice latte (PSL) trend well on its way in early September, it’s time to grab one and reflect on cyber and physical security.

State of the access control market, part I

Current physical access control (PAC) trends shaping the security industry
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08/20/2019

YARMOUTH, Maine—The concept of access control is simple — to allow or restrict people, animals or things from gaining access to a particular space.

Eagle Eye Networks and DMP announce cloud-to-cloud video integration

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08/05/2019

AUSTIN, Texas and SPRINGFIELD, Mo.—Eagle Eye Networks, creators of cloud-managed solutions, and DMP, a family-owned manufacturer of electronic burglary, fire and access products, announced the integration of DMP’s Virtual Keypad app with Eagle Eye Network’s Cloud VMS.

Eagle Eye Networks and Alibi Security announce partnership

Companies introduce new camera-to-cloud solution, Alibi Cloud VS
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07/31/2019

AUSTIN, Texas—Alibi Security, a national provider of video surveillance and access control technology, recently unveiled Alibi Cloud VS — a scalable, secure and cost-effective camera-to-cloud video surveillance platform that was developed in partnership with Eagle Eye Net

Look for SIA’s ‘Top 8’ technology advancements on the ISC West showroom floor

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Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Times are exciting and abuzz here at Security Systems News, with thoughts of ISC West and preparation taking place for booth visits, video interviews, happy hours and dinners, and connecting/reconnecting with industry professionals to learn about new trends and offerings available for security. Personally, I enjoy talking about industry trends, new technologies and where people predict the industry to be heading in the future. It’s quite fascinating when you stop to think about just 10 years ago and how far the security industry has come since. 

The Security Industry Association (SIA) shared the top eight technological advancements the organization feels is most significantly impacting physical and cybersecurity and public safety. Here’s what to look for on the showroom floor: 

  1. Cloud – Video surveillance as a service (VSaaS), specifically recording, storage, management, analytics and monitoring solutions in the cloud, especially residential video with low camera counts, according to Joseph Gittens, director of standards, SIA, via ISC West’s website.
  2. Artificial Intelligence (AI) – analytics applications for automated motion and trespassing detection, advanced algorithms performing identification and categorization within scenes and systems, and leveraging data from multiple sensors to help reduce false alarms and enhance home automation. 
  3. Robotics/autonomous systems – improvements in robotics and drones around AI, power storage and mobility, in which many companies are allowing users to pay for services provided by these security solutions.
  4. Mobile credentials – SIA predicts the public will become comfortable using these credentials to complete transactions other than access control. In turn, more commercial security installations should be seen along with systems migrating into unified systems that grant and manage access. 
  5. Security audio – specialized solutions that monitor and apply analytics to audio. Audio can also be a lucrative value add-on to video security systems. 
  6. Facial biometrics – look for solutions that provide acute verification accuracy and more affordability with these solution offerings.
  7. 5G LTE – glimpses of mobile video security solutions with public safety and smart cities applications. 
  8. Voice control – new home security and home automation products with existing or “coming soon” integration with voice control/smart speaker providers.

Let’s go on a treasure hunt at ISC West 2019! When you see one of these technologies in action on the showroom floor, take a picture or short video and tweet it to our hashtag #SSNTalks and tag our editors @SSN_Editor and @SSN_Ginger! 

Arcules to help lead Milestone’s cloud efforts

Company makes key hire as adoption of its cloud-based service grows
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03/06/2019

IRVINE, Calif.—Arcules, a leader in integrated video cloud as a service, made some key moves recently, including the hiring of Cody Flood as senior director of sales for the United States and Canada.

PSA unveils new Managed Security Service Provider program

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01/28/2019

WESTMINSTER, Colo.—PSA, a global consortium of professional systems integrators, announced its plans to launch a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) program designed to help systems integrators diversify their service offerings and realize the full potential and bene

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