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  • A Show of Force

    A Show of Force

    Written by Scott Goldfine, Editor-in-Chief and Associate Publisher, Security Sales & IntegrationRobolliance Expert

    WOW. That is what I found myself actually uttering to myself with a grin as I hustled nonstop from one booth meeting (some were in show floor-adjacent rooms) to another during my breathless ISC West experience. During the first two days, traffic in the aisles was as thick as a Los Angeles freeway at rush hour and the frenzied flurry of activity within the exhibits brought to mind beehives at honey harvesting time. No question there was a serious buzz in the air, in part due to the first major inclusion of robotics.

  • Cell-Phone Numbers are the New SSN

    Cell Phone Numbers are the New SSN

    Written by Cynthia Hetherington, President of the Hetherington Group, Robolliance Expert

    Social security numbers (SSN) have been the mainstay of investigators since Hank Asher gave us DBTxp in the early 80’s. The SSN is an anchor to a person, that helps us define who one individual is versus millions.  Yet, it is protected information, heavily regulated and dangerous to use and write up in a report. On the other hand, a cellular number is also a one-out-of-a-million number, which can be used to locate a person, it is not protected and there is a good chance if you dial it, your subject will answer.

  • How Robotics are Changing Interactive Marketing

    How Robotics are Changing Interactive Marketing

    Article written by Jay Stack, president of IGM Creative Group, Robolliance Expert

    With competition and technology constantly evolving, companies in all types of industries need to consistently find new ways to get their products and services in front of receptive audiences. As a marketing expert, I believe one of the most promising strategies for businesses is interactive marketing, otherwise called trigger-based or event-based marketing. It's a form of digital outreach that's initiated by the consumer and is currently being used by banks, hospitals, airports, and many different types of retail stores.

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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