IN THIS ISSUE: The Challenges of Securing Mobile Devices, Tracking Assets in Stadiums, RFID Whitepaper, Sales Highlights, SICUR '18 & more!
Mobile Tech Creates Need To Store Devices
In the last decade, mobile devices have fundamentally changed our day-to-day lives. Both in business and in our personal lives, mobile devices have reshaped how we work, play, shop, and perform daily tasks. We can use mobile devices to run our houses, order taxis and buy our groceries, and they are our main form of communication today.
Housed in very expensive major sports stadiums and venues that generate such high profits are high-ticket assets that help teams to be competitive, provide medical care for their players, ensure the safety and security of fans, personnel and the many vendors that visit the venue each day, in addition to collecting data on fan behavior and purchases...
Radio Frequency Identification, or RFID, is a powerful technology for tracking and identifying a wide range of items. Because of their simplicity, flexibility, and modest cost, RFID systems have become very widely used.
The Lexington Hotel and Hilton Garden Inn Times Square, NY
Dolce Cincinnati, OH
ARCIS, Fine Art & Collecting, NY
Kansas Juvenile Correctional Complex in Topeka, KS
M Resort Spa & Casino 3 KWT’s Henderson, NV
Cessnock Correctional Center, Australia
Sports Super Centre in Runaway Bay, Australia
Thunder Bay Correctional, Canada
Hamilton Health Sciences Centre, Canada
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Sicur, Feb. 20-23 in Madrid, Spain
NAA Student Housing, Feb 13-14 in FL, Booth 103
ISC West, Apr 11-13 in Las Vegas, NV - Booth 12109
Tracking Technology: A Deeper Look Into GPS, RFID & NFC
There are many different technologies that have been developed over time to track important assets, each with a variety of benefits to best fit your business’ needs. It can be difficult, however, to determine which tracking technology is the best fit. Let’s take a deeper look into the common tracking devices you may consider.