Internet of Trusted Things (IoTT)

As a growing range of industry segments are embracing the power of IoT, the need for trusted identities will increase. This will be decisive for real-time location systems and proof of presence solutions where the identity of people or things in a physical space is crucial. The time has come for the Internet of Trusted Things (IoTT).

Security in the sharing economy

Five years ago, Time Magazine cited collaborative consumption, better known today as the sharing economy, as one of 10 ideas that would change the world. This age-old concept with its new-age execution in the marketplace, is doing that now on a global scale. Thanks to the digital age, consumers …

Tracking for security and safety

Ever tried using GPS indoors? You probably noticed that it's not very effective. Real-time tracking of personnel, vehicles, or assets indoors in high-risk applications require a high degree of reliability and accuracy. Using Ultra-Wideband (UWB) radio technology, Indoor Positioning Systems (IPS) can be invaluable for workplace safety in a warehouse or for perimeter security when married with video analytics.

The future of indoor positioning

Whether the goal is simply to aid shoppers in a mall or prevent accidents in warehouses, the solution is increasingly spelled IPS, as in Indoor Positioning Systems. An IPS solution locates people or objects inside buildings, typically via readers or sensors reporting to a mobile device such as a smart phone or tablet.

Accelerating access control and inventory tracking

Businesses today are demanding new access control and inventory tracking solutions to improve security, enhance convenience and increase efficiency. When it comes to these systems, companies want more information and capabilities, but current high frequency (HF) technologies are not keeping pace. However, innovations in ultra-high frequency (UHF) technology are now giving organizations new choices and the potential to revolutionize these processes throughout the enterprise.

Protección de bienes: los datos personales

La adopción por parte de los consumidores de tecnología ponible plantea nuevos conflictos, uno de los cuales concierne a la privacidad. ¿Qué hacer con todos los datos personales que van alojados en muñequeras y otros accesorios ponibles similares? La cuestión de la privacidad cada vez preocupa más a los fabricantes; ninguno de ellos contaba con que los usuarios llevarían consigo estos dispositivos 24 horas al día, revelando datos íntimos de sus vidas.

Protéger votre richesse : vos données personnelles

Tandis que le grand public commence à adopter les objets connectés à porter sur soi, de nouvelles problématiques apparaissent, notamment la protection de la vie privée. Comment gérer toutes les données personnelles révélées par les bracelets et autres objets intelligents à porter sur soi ? Ces questions de protection de la vie privée commencent également à inquiéter les fabricants qui ne s’attendaient pas à ce que les utilisateurs portent leurs équipements 24 h/24, révélant les détails les plus intimes de leur vie.

Protecting your assets – personal data

As consumers are beginning to adopt wearable technology, new issues arise. One issue is privacy. How do you deal with all the personal data that wristbands and other wearables reveal? Privacy issues are also starting to worry manufacturers; they didn’t expect users to wear these devices 24 hours a day, revealing intimate details of their lives.

Wearables und Privatsphäre

Am Körper getragene Computer bringen neue Risiken mit sich. Eines dieser Risiken ist der Schutz der Privatsphäre. Smarte Armbänder und andere tragbare Gadgets verraten sehr viele persönliche Daten an die Gerätehersteller. Die Datenschutzbedenken haben mittlerweile auch die Hersteller erreicht, die eigentlich nicht erwartet hatten, dass die Anwender die Geräte rund um die Uhr tragen und dadurch intime Daten preisgeben würden.