Gallagher, one of the most respected manufacturers of electronic security solutions has announced it intends to work closely with Stratus Technologies to ensure its customer base across Europe is aware of the benefits of implementing a Continuous Availability strategy in order to negate the consequences of downtime.
So what will IoT do for the electronic industry? There is no doubt that it will set innovators free to use their imaginations in order to come up with creative solutions that combine the expertise, knowledge and intuition of ‘man’ with the processing power of ‘machine’. In simple terms, IoT enabled cameras equipped with or supported by analytics…
One of the world’s leading IT research and advisory companies, Gartner, Inc., estimates that as many as 5.6 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices owned by enterprises and governments will utilise edge computing for data collection and processing in 2020, whilst by 2019, as much as 40% of all IoT collected data is expected to be stored, processed, analysed and acted upon close to or at the edge of the network.
Integration within the electronic security environment has for many years been a much over used and quite often, misunderstood word. It has not been uncommon for manufacturers, perhaps unintentionally, to have incorrectly claimed to have achieved true integration of their products with third party devices and software.