Unmanned Systems

Advanced robotics have furthered the development of autonomous systems, which increasingly have produced unmanned platforms for security applications. Robots that can defuse bombs, for example, can mitigate specific threats while safeguarding human lives. So too have drones widened the use of video surveillance from the air. SIA tracks the latest developments in such technologies for its members.

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UAS FAQ for the Security Industry

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SIA is pleased to unveil its UAS FAQ for the Security Industry to assist security providers and practitioners in comprehending the unmanned aerial system (UAS) regulatory landscape prior to procuring and operating aerial drones for commercial security purposes. The fact sheet covers general regulatory requirements for UAS operations, counter-UAS rules and potential legal action, pilot certification requirements and UAS waiver authorization for certain UAS operations.

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New Member Profile: ROG Security

New Security Industry Association (SIA) member ROG – based in Los Angeles, California – is a software technology company that develops artificial intelligence (AI) for the security guard industry. ROG provides its software as a service to security personnel anywhere in the world with its cloud delivery. SIA spoke with Jordan Lippel, ROG’s chief operating…

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Unmanned Aerial Systems
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Drone Use and Defense by Security Organizations

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SIA Education@ISC West will provide conferees with more than 80 sessions of valuable information on important topics in the security industry at the Sands Expo on April 10-12. Three experts will team up to present Drone Use and Defense by Security Organizations on Tuesday, April 10, at 1:30 p.m. SIA’s blog chatted about the session…

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Cobalt Robotics
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SIA New Member Profile: Cobalt Robotics

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Few technologies capture the imagination like robots, and Cobalt Robotics is a new company that manufactures robot patrol guards! The company, based in Palo Alto, California, is a new member of the Security Industry Association (SIA), and we were pleased to catch up with CEO and Co-founder Travis Deyle to discuss why patrol robots offer…

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A Chat About ISC West 2018 With Will Wise of Reed Exhibitions

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SIA sat down with Will Wise, Group Vice President of the Security Events Portfolio at Reed Exhibitions, about what’s new at this year’s upcoming, highly anticipated ISC West 2018 event, the first and largest go-to converged security event of the year. Explore ISC West and register at http://www.iscwest.com. SIA: What new and exciting updates can…

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Exploring Drones as Threat or Asset at ISC East

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In January 2015, a federal employee unintentionally crashed a small drone onto the White House lawn in the late hours of the night. The employee, a scientist with the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, avoided charges for the regrettable accident, in which no one was hurt, but the incident shined a light onto the dangers of…

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SIA New Member Profile: Robotic Assistance Devices

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With recent growth in autonomous devices, the Security Industry Association (SIA) has seen an increase in member concerns over artificial intelligence and its capabilities to assist in guiding those devices. Enter Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD), a new SIA Member specializing in exactly that. RAD, based in Laguna Hills, California, is an innovator in the delivery…

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