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3 Trends in Biometrics You Can’t Ignore

Biometrics are a compelling piece of the larger security solution picture. As with many technologies, biometrics have continued to advance in their capabilities and effectiveness. We wanted to share an article recently written by Jeremy Krinitt, the General Manager of Frontier, about the recent trends in biometrics that make them more effective as solutions for end users.

4 Must-have Video Analytics

One of the key benefits of moving from an analog to an IP video system with a Digital Video Recorder (DVR) or Network Video Recorder (NVR) is the ability to apply video analytics to your security video feeds.

Get to Know Frontier’s Best-in-Class Training Programs

One of the hallmarks of a high-quality manufacturer lies in the depth of their partner training offerings — which is particularly important in the fast-moving security industry. Both integrators and end users deserve a partner that helps them make the most of the technology and support long after the installation is complete.

Access Control and Video Management Meet Mobility

In the past, access control management was handled in a very centralized manner, similar in its architecture to the shape of an octopus: the control room, with its servers, computers and monitors, as the head, and then cables running out from the control room to the video cameras and building controllers and, ultimately, the edge devices.

Top 4 Benefits of Moving from Analog to IP Video Surveillance

Security cameras have become a common feature of modern security systems. However, technology continues to move forward and analog systems are becoming outdated. More and more facilities are moving away from analog to IP video surveillance systems. There are a number of reasons for this, ranging from budgetary to technological. Let’s look at the top four of them.