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  • Integrating Biometrics Technology and Robotics to Reduce Security Breaches

    Integrating Biometrics Technology and Robotics to Reduce Security Breaches

    Article written by Claudine Hudson, Robolliance Expert

    The objective of robotics is to either reduce cost or increase efficiency, and we get a double win if we are able to achieve both. We are also capable of integrating robotics with other applications, such as biometric devices, to achieve this objective. Modern biometric identification management systems are comprised of hardware and software that are simple to install and easy to use. This reduces the need for advanced training and ongoing management expenses.


  • Video & Cameras Used for Public Surveillance Have Leaped Milestones

    Video & Cameras Used for Public Surveillance Have Leaped Milestones

    Article written by Mark I. Brodie, President MiB Mediaworks LLC, Robolliance Expert

    In recent years, public surveillance has grown exponentially due to the use of gigabit networks, hi-resolution IP streaming cameras, and advanced sound recording and technology. This meteor growth has created a new global market for UGVs, UUVs, UAVs and drones, forcing us to look at these surveillance tools with growing concerns. 

  • Mitigating Risk - Where Robotic Security Fits In

    Mitigating Risk – Where Robotic Security Fits In

    Article written by Linda Ziemba, a Founding CEO of Drone Go Home (DGH), Robolliance Expert

    Let’s explore how “robotic security” can help mitigate emerging Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) risks from commercially available quadcopters in public gathering scenarios. Airborne threats represent a relatively new threat vector for outdoor concerts, stadiums or any large public gatherings.

UGVs in Security and Surveillance
Unlike aerial drones or underwater robotics, Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) operate on land and navigate without a human driver. UGVs maneuver on most types of terrain for surveillance and maintenance patrols. When it comes to security, UGVs can be equipped to assist and extend human capabilities to perform what is normally deemed dirty, dull and dangerous, leaving manpower to focus on the greater security risks facing society today.

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