The security industry is developing faster than ever before.
Technological development and digitalization play the leading role and shape the life of tomorrow.
In whatever ways the pandemic might continue to affect the world, there's no doubt we're set to have some technological advancements in the years ahead.
The new restrictions and sensitivities introduced to our societies by COVID-19 forced many architects and designers to re-think and re-imagine our built environment. The result is an accelerating number of buildings designed to minimize touch, optimize fresh air flow, and manage foot traffic more efficiently.
Following the industrial revolution, much of our consumption followed a linear model of “take-make-waste", and buildings are no exception. A rising alternative to this is the circular economy, a holistic approach to economic progress to benefit businesses, society, and the environment.
The information and data used in the BIM process must be managed efficiently for the desired outcomes. The solution for this challenge: A Common Data Environment (CDE).
Following a public health crisis, notorious series of cyberattacks, and the evolving nature of modern threats, people in all spheres — private, public, or commercial — have never been more invested in security.
Outsourcing technical services recently emerged as a crucial business strategy. Even if the managers had the technical skills to attend to all the needs of their facilities, outsourcing saves time, money, and hassle.
One ID is an integrated identity management solution that can help passengers to streamline their journeys facilitated by biometric technologies.
Digitization allows individual products to be seamlessly connected, reducing complexity and minimizing the cost of installation and commissioning
Facial recognition technologies are among the most trusted and efficient access control tools available to smart cities.
Thanks to the digital innovations and solutions available, Notre Dame can enjoy a process of rebirth — which will be done better, faster, and cheaper than it was ever possible.
ERP is the process of managing and integrating the day-to-day operations of a business and these ERP applications automate and assist many administrative and operational business processes.
Logistics is a crucial part of doing business in the modern world, but it comes with a high environmental cost. About 8 percent of the global carbon emissions come from logistics, which is also a significant contributor to air pollution including particulate matter, nitrogen oxides, and volatile organic compounds.