Schools can apply now for Eagle Eye Networks Drako School Grant in order to earn the opportunity to beef up their security systems with the company’s cloud-based VMS.
Unmanned surveillance balloons will be drifting 65,000 miles in the stratosphere on his journey from South Dakota to Illinois.
The controversial technology may be able to be regulated at the public level, but can we keep private entities from infringing on privacy rights?
Lumens VC-B30U USB PTZ camera can work with video conferencing software and output video to a display.
A new social credit system developed by Hebei’s Higher People’s Court bring Orwellian surveillance to life.
The tech-friendly city made clear in mid-May that its positive relationship with technology does not supercede its desire to resist the slippery slope into a police state.
Equipped with advanced technology, NXT Robotics’ fifth generation UGV can add a level of outdoor security.
Even though the false positive rates are high, police are hoping to fix those mistakes soon.
Airports are beginning to scan the faces of passengers boarding flights in an effort fast-tracked by the Trump Administration.
Amazon Case Suggests Facial Recognition Software Might Not Be For Everyone, Especially the Government
Upcoming vote will determine whether facial recognition software will be sold to governments in the future.