2019 security technology 5 major trends
Jan 28, 2019

 Looking back at the global market in 2018, advanced analytics and other intelligent solutions that are often used to improve efficiency or sense the environment are considered to be the most important development trends in the future. Many manufacturers have integrated AI artificial intelligence into Focus on product marketing and continue to strengthen the technology in this area. The editorial department collected and compiled the past interview records, and summarized the top 5 development technologies of safety technology for readers' reference.   1. Network security   From a technical perspective, the topic of cybersecurity will continue to be extended until 2019. Mobotix CEO Thomas Lausten said, "Although Mobotix has already added network security mechanisms to its development systems and partner systems, we have focused on edge development since 2018 and have put intelligent analysis and storage capabilities as possible. At the edge of the device, we are also actively working with manufacturers working on this distributed concept to provide users with a higher security system!"   2. User privacy and information management   With the development of artificial intelligence, how to use and data protection will become a very important topic. Ray Mauritsson, President and CEO of Axis Communications, said, "In fact, there has been a lot of discussion about artificial intelligence or deep learning in the industry . However, the focus of the company's privacy and personal data usage will be privacy protection and future protection. Personalized management, and this will become one of the directions that influence business development."   3. AI wisdom analysis   There is no doubt that artificial intelligence and high-end analytics will also dominate the security arena. Keen Yao, vice president of Hikvision International Trade Center, said, "I think artificial intelligence is more beneficial to the development of the SME market, because the biggest feature of artificial intelligence is that it creates unique needs. No company can cover different applications and different The needs of customers will give SMEs more opportunities. In the next few years, we will see many startups continue to thrive by developing systems for special application needs; just as IoT brings opportunities to SMEs, artificial intelligence is also in this way."   4. Edge calculation   Closely related to AI artificial intelligence and deep learning is the edge computing technology. Because the technology can run complex algorithms and cloud computing, and systematically analyze all collected data, it is more powerful. John Distelzweig, General Manager and Vice President of Security at FLIR Systems, said, "We are seeing several directions for edge computing: expanding computing across the industry by enhancing computing resources to create smarter edge computing devices and cloud-based solutions. And use cloud technology to analyze events more intelligently."   5. Using mobile phone as access control certificate   In terms of access control, wireless access control and mobile devices such as mobile phones will become the new darling of the market. ASSA ABLOY's EMEA market digital and access control marketing director for public relations Thomas Schulz said, "compared to the general plastic access control card, the use of smart phones instead of access control card query is gradually increasing. Take ASSA ABLOY's SMARTair Openow program as an example, currently successfully applied A major university campus in the United States and a common working space in Spain. The Pulse wireless locking function is also launched in Finland, and the power is supplied by Key Turn to achieve self-power supply. Both will change the existing game rules and expect to be in 2019 and in the future. Can make the market more acceptable to these technologies."   ※ This article is taken from a&s TAIWAN Safety & Automation magazine No. 148 (December 2018) 

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