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Security

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.

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A Filmmaker’s Perspective on Security Bots

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

As a filmmaker, I use the camera and lens to capture new, differing perspectives or points of view by applying various angles, lenses, and light. I use an array of microphones in the same way, giving different textures to the sound I record. It is only later, sitting in my very quiet edit room, reflecting on what I have captured, do I clearly see what the story is about.

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Glass Half Full – Balancing Optimism & Critical Thinking of Security Robotics

Article written by Alice DiSanto, Director of Marketing, Sharp Robotics Business Development, Robolliance Expert

A common expression of optimism - “The glass is half full.” – is also optimistic common ground for the security industry when it comes to the basic benefits of robotics. Suppliers of air, land and sea robots appear to be in full agreement when touting that this technology will liberate manpower of routine guarding tasks, characterized as repetitive, mundane and at times dangerous, so that people can shift their attention to more critical, intelligence-based work.

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Outdoor Security Robots - Best Fit Environments and Duties

Article written by Alice DiSanto, Director of Marketing, Sharp Robotics Business Development, Robolliance Expert

Each of us can think of something we do on the job (or off) that we’d much prefer to hand off to someone (or something) else. That’s the sweet spot for robotics. The best environments and duties for any robot can be found in what we as humans consider redundant, objectionable and unsafe.

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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.

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Now That Robots Are Here, What Do We Do with Them?

Written By Brian Higgins, President of Group 77, Robolliance Expert

It is obvious that the current safety threats this world faces will not only be here for some time, but will continue to evolve, creating an increasing need for greater levels of security and security measures where little or none existed before. Therefore, protection against these threats must in turn evolve to meet the need created by these threats.

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Focusing on The Promise of Robotics

Written by Ramesh Ratan, CEO of Bell and Howell, Robolliance Expert

Many people, including some very famous inventors and intellectuals whom I admire, are afraid of automation. Perhaps they’ve read too many sci-fi stories or seen too many movies where robots take over the world. Or perhaps they’re concerned about the very real issue of job displacement, where people are being replaced in manufacturing and processing environments by robots that can do the job quicker and for longer.

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Introduction of Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) to Your Security Team

Written by Todd Kleperis, CEO of Hardcar Security, Robolliance Expert

Inherently, any security professional may see UGVs as a potential threat to long term job security. Rightfully so, as these devices are lining up to patrol large areas, easily braving all weather conditions and never needing a coffee break.

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Robotics to the Rescue

Article written by John Nagy, Roblliance Expert, with contribution from David Heller

The security guard industry has traveled a road which has seen, and continues to see, growing overhead costs both direct and indirect. Once healthier operating margins have shrunk to levels that are extremely challenging to say the least.


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Security Robotics: The Next Game Changer for Security Integrators

Article written by Bill Bozeman, President and CEO of PSA Security Network, Robolliance Expert

Cloud-based technology, cybersecurity, new developments in metadata, massive inexpensive storage solutions, security analytics that finally work and the latest encrypted wireless technology are all changing the dynamics of traditional security integration. 

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Security and the Internet of Things

Article written by David Antar, president of IPVideo Corporation, Robolliance Expert

These objects or devices can be anything from mobile phones, fridges, washing machines to wearables, medical equipment or jet engines. And they are all connected. There is a relationship that will exist between people-to-people, people-to-things, and things-to-things.

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Forecasting, Assessing and Improving the Adoption Rate in the Robotics Security Market

Article written by William “Bob” Norris and Mark Kopec, principals of iMS2 LLC and Aerotek Sales, Robolliance Experts

Robotic products achieve success through rapidly leveraging innovation to bring products to market. Though technology is important to success, the most essential aspect of a robotics business is the business case. Understanding concepts, such as diffusion, modeling/forecasting sales rates ...


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