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  • Artificial Intelligence Shouldn't Be Feared

    Written by Jay Stack, president of IGM Creative Group, Robolliance Expert

    Science fiction movies and novels have been harbingers of future dystopias ruled by malevolent artificial intelligence, but when it comes to business, artificial intelligence (AI) should be embraced, not feared. AI's role in the future of product design and marketing communications is bright.

  • Shape Up or Suffer a Cyber Ache

    Written by Scott Goldfine, Editor-in-Chief and Associate Publisher, Security Sales & Integration, Robolliance Expert

    Security professionals are always bemoaning the fact that end users and especially homeowners tend to wait until crime, violence, fire or another malady befalls them before investing in or upgrading their electronic or networked security systems.

  • A Soldier’s Story of Robotics

    Article written by John Nagy, Roblliance Expert, with contribution from David Heller

    The security guard industry has traveled a road which has seen, and continues to see, growing overhead costs both direct and indirect. Once healthier operating margins have shrunk to levels that are extremely challenging to say the least.

UGVs in Security and Surveillance
Unlike aerial drones or underwater robotics, Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) operate on land and navigate without a human driver. UGVs maneuver on most types of terrain for surveillance and maintenance patrols. When it comes to security, UGVs can be equipped to assist and extend human capabilities to perform what is normally deemed dirty, dull and dangerous, leaving manpower to focus on the greater security risks facing society today.

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