Smart IoT Security Network Puts Eyes and Ears on the Street RADAR, an integrated, collaborative security system with AI at the edge gives first responders the images and audio they need to act fast for public safety. 
Grids, Pumps, and Pipelines: Vulnerable or Protected? Traditional security algorithms are not strong enough to protect critical infrastructure from hackers armed with quantum computing. Quantum encryption is the answer, but many cyphers are untested, and solutions can be slow. A proven hybrid approach can provide security without latency.
New Podcast: Tackling the Challenges of IoT Security As the number of IoT and edge computing devices continues to increase, so does the number–and severity–of attacks on those devices. Solution integrators focused on security management now have to up their game, shifting to a more comprehensive approach that can protect IoT as well as OT devices on the network. In our podcast, security expert Kristy Davis talks about the importance of identifying, and monitoring risks with IoT and OT projects and how to cast a wider security net with a zero-trust model.  
Drones Provide Valuable Help in Fighting Fires Drones are proving their worth in firefighting and emergency response. They can fly to places humans can’t access to collect and share information that improves tactical operations, protects firefighters, and saves lives and land.
Rugged, Autonomous Robots Ready for Search and Rescue Robots are hitting the road and taking to the skies. Hyundai’s newly designed autonomous TIGER robot can drive and walk using intelligent technology that includes moveable legs. The robot can even take flight with the help of a UAV. With a variety of capabilities and potential uses, Hyundai’s TIGER could become a trendsetter in robotics and help emergency services agencies with search and rescue.  
Smart Cities Use Digital Tools to Fight Crime Crime in the US is on the rise, and public safety has become an even greater concern for cities large and small. Having the right smart technology tools can help law enforcement agencies respond to dangerous situations more quickly, effectively, and safely, reducing crime and saving lives.
Driver Alcohol Detection Solution Aims to Reduce Drunk Driving Accidents Two new smart sensor systems for automobiles developed by KEA Technologies use touch- and breath-analysis technology to automatically measure a driver’s blood alcohol content. The system can accurately determine in less than a second whether the driver might be impaired and if so, can keep the engine from starting.
IoT Boosts Video-based Security Systems Security is a top priority for companies and government institutions across the globe, and that is fueling demand for artificial intelligence-based video surveillance systems. Strategically placed in smart cities, airports, and federal buildings these systems can ensure that citizens, employees, and passengers are safe.
Decentralized Edge Devices Train AI Models Quickly and Ethically Machine learning drives artificial intelligence, but cloud-based training models can compromise sensitive user data. AI developers are using federated learning and edge computing to protect user privacy and to train models from multiple sources.  
AI-Enabled Drones Protect Animals and Save Lives Drones with integrated cameras, machine learning analysis, and low-latency live streaming are protecting Australia’s beachgoers from shark attacks and crocodile encounters. The same technology enables rescue efforts for swimmers and surfers in distress, while providing information about marine life and habitats.  

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