Measurement & Instrumentation


Connected Living Redefining Sensor Applications Across Industries

Published: 3 Oct 2017

As perceived by many, the world is increasingly becoming a dangerous place to live. This perception is due to the potential hazards such as terrorism, organized crime, and theft. As a result, physical security has grown to become the most significant issue in recent years. Traditional physical security techniques include security guards, locks, spotlights, physical barriers, and video surveillance. The advent of Internet of Things (IoT) is likely to enhance the effectiveness of these traditional physical security systems. With sensors being the building block of any security system, the demand is expected to witness considerable uptake. Convergence of technologies such as biometric, RFID, cloud computing, and Big Data is another factor augmenting the growth of sensors in the physical security industry.

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