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  • 20 takeways take on 2017

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

    It’s that time of year when I zero in on the most important security developments that transpired the past 12 months. Whether you just fell from space with no industry knowledge or are a proactive participant, familiarity with the following topics will steer you toward 2017 security success. In random order, here are 20 key trends supported by paraphrased SSI news headlines.

  • Opt-Out Online

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

    In Part 2 of Opt-out Online, entitled Preventing Your Information from Becoming Public, we emphasized the adage that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure when it comes to one’s personal privacy on the Internet. In this issue, we want to save you the pain of waiting until it’s too late, and instead embrace proactivity to safeguard your personal information. Akin to security robots, which can inspect and patrol to prevent a breach as opposed to waiting to react after an incident, we would be well-served by forethought when it comes to individual online safeguards.

  • blurring lines machine biology

    Written by Haldun Komsuoglu, founder of Robolit, Robolliance Expert

    In the not too distant, simple days of the past, the distinction between a user and his machines was clear. The user, a human, was the master, making all the decisions, taking all the observations and driving machines' actions at great detail. Machines were essentially sophisticated hammers, which would be nothing more than a useless pile of metal and plastic without their user.

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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