Technology

Submitted on February 7, 2017 | Security Electronics and Networks
RESEARCHERS have developed a new technology that could triple the resolution density of displays and slash power consumption. For CCTV applications, the technology would deliver monitors capable of meaningfully supporting 4K CCTV cameras at wide angles of view. The new...
Submitted on November 11, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
According to HID’s Steve Katanas, the top 5 trends in access control include the continuing shift to mobile based credentials, a focus on user experience, wearables, the convergence of physical and online authentication and the growing pressures of exposure to...
Submitted on February 3, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
SHOTSPOTTER gunshot detection technology has completed successful trials in Pittsburgh and the city wants to expand the system. The system comprises several microphones placed on top of buildings and lamp posts in high risk areas. "The information is captured in...
Submitted on January 11, 2016 | Security Electronics and Networks
What were the most influential products and technologies of 2015? It’s always difficult to find a balance between the solutions that catch the market’s momentary attention and those solutions that will go on to have a serious impact on the...
Submitted on October 24, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
Faced with a future as diffuse as it will be challenging, Inner Range is deploying its considerable engineering capability to offer installers, integrators and end users a greater range of ever more flexible solutions.    HUMANS are analogous beasts. When...
Submitted on January 19, 2015 | Security Electronics and Networks
Our world faces greater security threats than ever before and governments and commercial organisations are investing heavily in the security and safety of assets and personnel.   OFFERING a range of practical safety solutions that have proved indispensable to first...
Submitted on September 19, 2014 | Security Electronics and Networks
COFFS Harbour engineer Ian Kinny has enhanced personal safety for Australians by developing the eButton, a world-first in utilising low energy Bluetooth technology to initiate a smart phone help app. EBUTTON is a small and easy to operate device linked...
Submitted on September 11, 2014 | Security Electronics and Networks
Hills Ltd has offered budding Australian innovators and entrepreneurs funding, development and a path to market as the business focuses on next-gen technology solutions.  Hills plans to become the pipeline for tech start-ups in Australia and to kick its project...
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