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China shows fastest uptake in facial recognition technology

According to a recent study from Future Market Insights, the facial recognition market is expected to reach US$ 22.5 billion by 2032, up from US$ 5.2

WEBINAR: The Evolution of Dual Vision Cameras for Automatic Incident and Fire Detection

a&s Adria magazine organized a webinar in cooperation with Zodax and Teledyne FLIR companies on the benefits of using dual vision cameras in

Secure Logiq embarks on ‘Security Tour France’

Venturing on a unique opportunity to showcase its extensive product portfolio, Secure Logiq is taking part in a two-week ‘Security Tour France’ road trip

Security Essen wins back Telenot and dormakaba as exhibitors

Security Essen is strengthening its position as an important on-site event and business platform for the security industry. After Honeywell, Telenot and

Bosch expands MEMS line-up with Arioso acquisition

Bosch is expanding its expertise in MEMS (micro-electro-mechanical systems) micro speakers and strengthening its market position as leading provider of

Europe lags behind North America in Smart Homes race

According to the latest market research from Berg Insight, the European market for smart home systems is still behind the North American market in terms of

Invitation to the Korea pavilion at Hannover Messe 2022

Technical and industrial innovations of 29 exhibitors from South Korea will be presented at this year’s Hannover Messe, which will take place from 30

Advancis recognised for innovation and research

Advancis has been awarded the “Innovative through Research 2022 / 2023” seal by the German association “Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft”. With

Follow Cathexis EU, Secure Logiq, ZKTeco, Toshiba and Camect on a roadshow across France from 23 May to 6 June 2022.

Dominique Debusschere (Cathexis EU), Ivan Sval (Secure Logiq), Jessica Perret (ZKTeco) and Pierre Andrieux (Toshiba) will visit distributors and

Allegion to acquire Stanley’s access business for $900 million

Allegion plc has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Stanley Access Technologies LLC and assets related to the automatic entrance solutions business

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