By Danielle Jarosz Artificial Intelligence, or AI, might seem like a scary term at first. When thinking of AI, blockbuster movies like The Terminator or The Matrix might come to mind— worlds where artificially intelligent beings decide humankind should be destroyed or enslaved. Many forms of media play on the fear of AI, but the truth is artificial intelligence has greatly improved…
Three ways healthcare can improve patient experience, increase privacy and reduce costs with smart cameras
Munich, 17 March, 2021 —In the past year, hospitals, elder-care and other healthcare facilities have found themselves overwhelmed with new patients, COVID-19 regulations and other side effects of the pandemic. As efforts focused on the mitigation of pandemic health risks for both patients and staff, routine and elective procedures were halted, only to seesaw back and forth as conditions shifted around the globe. Now, decision-makers for healthcare facilities find themselves in search of solutions to help navigate the new healthcare landscape and protect bottom lines.
Amsterdam’s Johan Cruijff ArenA partners with Security & Safety Things to enhance fan experience, health and safety
AMSTERDAM – 17 February, 2021 — Security and Safety Things GmbH is pleased to announce its partnership with the Johan Cruijff ArenA in Amsterdam to deploy its IoT platform for smart surveillance cameras to enhance overall fan experience, optimize ArenA operations and increase visitor security and privacy.
By Rachel Peck In the past few years, we’ve seen an increase in technology blending into aspects of our work, personal and home life. From smart home devices, to new ways of storing data and programs to optimize our workflows. At Eclipse Media Group, where we provide PR and marketing support to technology minded companies, we have begun to see an evolution…
15 December, 2020 — Security and Safety Things GmbH announced it will be partnering with Bosch to highlight its open IoT platform for smart cameras at the first ever all digital CES® 2021, to be held January 11 – 14, 2021. Security & Safety Things (S&ST) will showcase their IoT platform, which includes an open operating system for security cameras, a marketplace Application Store, modern device management including digital twins and an app development environment. The company will demonstrate how AI-enabled smart cameras can provide benefits for industries such as retail, entertainment and transportation.
Security & Safety Things highlighted collaborative power of open systems at inaugural escon 2020 event
17 November, 2020 — Security and Safety Things GmbH, along with a roster of industry leaders, highlighted the benefit of an open approach at the first ever escon 2020 digital Ecosystem Conference last week, discussing the current successes and future developments of smart cameras and open systems. Security & Safety Things (S&ST) also offered a sneak preview of 2021, which included the company’s positioning as the fastest growing app store for smart cameras and several pilot projects in various vertical markets.
5 November, 2020 — Retailers who have successfully navigated difficult spring and summer months are finding themselves facing new obstacles in the critical holiday season shopping. While businesses have been safely and successfully reopening with proper health and safety guidelines in place to protect customers and employees, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on holiday shopping is yet to be seen.
AUSTIN, TX, October 27, 2020 – Eagle Eye Networks, the global leader in cloud video surveillance, has raised $40 million of Series E funding from venture capital firm Accel (Facebook, Spotify, DocuSign) to continue its growth and expand its technology leadership. Eagle Eye is leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) on its true cloud platform to dramatically reshape video surveillance and improve safety, security, operations, and customer service for businesses around the world.
5 August, 2020 — Retailers around the globe are cautiously reopening their doors after facing perhaps the most challenging times in decades, while in some areas of the world the toughest times may still lie ahead. The short-term disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is clear, but its impact on the future of retail operations is yet to be seen. This uncertainty is creating unseen challenges for retailers, who are looking to make smart investments in technology that will not become obsolete once health and safety guidelines and restrictions lift.
3 June, 2020 — As the world shifts to accommodate post COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, smart camera system capabilities will continue to grow in importance and demand. Wherever crowds of people come together, conventional video surveillance and human control reach their limits – especially when tasked with social distancing requirements and occupancy limitations.