Customer experience is queen, not only in large retail chains but also in small convenience stores. What many operators don't know: security cameras equipped with AI video analytics can help drive sales and prepare your business for future challenges.
With the growing traffic in many regions around the world, roads become more dangerous and traffic more sticky, especially in urban areas. Air traffic partly shifted to the road, may cause additional density and occupancy, worsening the situation. Not only driving but also parking in major cities becomes increasingly challenging for everyone.
Security at airports has always been a top priority, and it should be. With the rise of AI-driven computer vision, not only surveillance can be taken to the next level. Here is how security cameras empowered with smart video analytics help redefine airport security and operations.
Building a stunning product story is not an easy thing to do. Another challenge for app developers is getting the word out and reaching the right people. Our whitepaper supports you in successfully marketing your products. Get a sneak preview here.
You hear a lot about software industry success stories. In fact, only a tiny fraction of new apps sell successfully. Reason enough for us to support developers in marketing their products. The first step is to develop a unique (product) story.
In our white paper for integrators and users, you'll discover how smart surveillance cameras can improve not only security but also operations in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Here are 3 applications that you can implement today with Security & Safety Things.
Security cameras equipped with smart video analytics help retailers comply with hygiene standards in their stores. The effort to achieve this is quite small. In our Application Store you will find a range of AI apps, ready to be installed with just a few clicks.
Security cameras can do things you wouldn't expect them to do, such as analyzing shopping carts, detecting customer emotions, recognizing fallen customers and more. Find out here what smart video analytics can do for your business.
With one ear to the market, Sebastian gathers requirements from integrators as well as other potential customers and translates them together with our development team into features for our open IoT platform.
Where conventional smoke detectors reach their limits, IoT cameras equipped with AI powered video analytics will help make smoke detection more reliable and efficient. The technology for this is already available.
Security & Safety Things and our partners offer you easy to install AI solutions to protect your employees and customers against COVID-19 and comply with related regulation. Find out how you can benefit!
Public surveillance using CCTV cameras tends to be the target of distrust by many people. That's why we have numerous scientists currently working in smart video applications that make public life safer without affecting personal data.
Balázs worked for several years in an international management consultancy with a focus on strategy and innovation. At Security & Safety Things he concentrates on the company structure and strategic topics.
COVID-19 is spreading worldwide. The only thing we can do against it is to slow its spreading and hope that vaccines are found soon. Let's take a look at how smart IoT cameras can help keep the situation under control.
Any physical object that can be digitally cloned will have a digital representation in the near future. We show how digital twins can help make businesses more efficient and what role smart security cameras will play in twin technology.
Global logistics is becoming faster and more complex every day. Smart video surveillance can help humans monitor security and operations along the supply chain in real-time. Our free whitepaper provides plenty of application examples.
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Cecília is (currently) the youngster at Security and Safety Things but has already gained a lot of experience in tech start-ups. After an internship, she now rocks our social channels as Marketing & Community Manager.
Smartphones are the prototype of devices in the IoT. Security cameras will soon play a similar role for safety and security. In this article you will learn how new technologies and applications change the game in this industry.
The range of computer vision applications is enormous. Smart cameras on drones provide data on changing earth surfaces or help observe how plants and crops grow in agriculture. This gives industries considered to be very down-to-earth with completely new opportunities to make their business more profitable.
After studying business administration, Martina worked as a management assistant in the event sector, where she gained international experience. As a team & HR assistant she supports our teams and ensures smooth operations.
One of the world’s leading trade fair for Security, Safety & Fire Protection is calling. We will be there from January 19-21, 2020. Joining us are other members of the Open Security and Safety Alliance.
As we gear closer towards launch, we test the full potential of our application partner solutions at various locations across the globe. The aim is to provide you the Integrator / end-user real world evidence that our IoT ecosystem is fully operational. Download the case study to read about Peter Park's experience with us.
As a developer, David works on the intersection between user front-end and the full stack of Security and Safety Things platform for integrators. What he loves most about Security and Safety Things is how the startup spirit meets highly professional structures and processes.
The technology of cameras in the IoT is getting smarter every day. Powerful processors and fast data connections make it easy for users not only to create videos but also to analyze data directly on devices.
Learn how new technologies and IoT fundamentally change security and loss prevention management in retail. What can professionals in this area expect? What opportunities does further digitization offer? Spoiler: It's worth dealing with it!
As HR Business Partner Christin brings together people from different disciplines and nations at Security and Safety Things. Her goal is to create a real community with a unique spirit, more than just another start-up.
Smart Surveillance in commercial buildings helps make operations more secure and more efficient. This offers enormous potential for landlords and operators of commercial buildings, as well as for app developers and integrators.
Global Security Exchange (better known as GSX) is an international security event that brings the full spectrum of the security industry together in Chicago, USA. This was a special occasion for Security and Safety Things as it was our first time at the trade show (and what a show it was!).
Zhu came to Germany from China eight years ago to study industrial design in Munich. He then worked for an IoT start-up. As a UX Designer, he now shapes the Customer Experience at Security and Safety Things.
The recognition of faces and human gestures with computer vision technology is mostly used for security in public spaces and buildings, banks or airports. In sports and entertainment, gesture recognition helps to monitor crowds and detect critical situations in time.
As VP Strategy & Venture Architecture, Felicitas and her team develop the strategy and new business models for Security and Safety Things and build up the entrepreneurial structures, that are necessary to launch and scale the business. She strives for a corporate culture in which every employee can optimally develop his or her strengths and abilities.
Formerly known as ASIS International Annual Seminar and Exhibits, Global Security Exchange(GSX) is an international security event that brings the full spectrum of the security industry together in Chicago, USA.
Jasenko works as a software engineer on our marketplace for apps that will make security cameras really smart. Here he talks about the special spirit at Security and Safety Things that fascinated him from the beginning.
The business segment of IoT and business related camera applications is on the move. Bosch-owned startup Security and Safety Things shows how companies can manage the challenges of security and safety. Get your free whitepaper today.
Jan Sönnichsen is a product manager with extensive experience in the field of Industrial IoT. The industrial engineer works at the link between product management and product ownership. He explains what triggers him professionally and what are the most interesting challenges developing an app ecosystem in the area of computer vision and machine learning.
We're thrilled to be part of this year’s Bosch Connected World (BCW) and Bosch Connected Experience (BCX) on 15th - 16th May, 2019 in Berlin. Here's where you can experience our open platform for IoT security applications live!
At Security and Safety Things, we love to meet and support innovative founders. Adam Wynne, our Software Engineering Manager, reports from the latest Reverse Pitch & Innovation Challenge in Pittsburgh, where he did his first ‘reverse-pitch’.
On the 10th - 12th April we participated as exhibitors at the biggest security trade fair of the year - ISC West and what a privilege it was to be there! We received both a very warm welcome and positive attention to our booth. See below how we progressed throughout the event, we are already looking forward to next year!
Cameras in stadiums and sports facilities not only ensure security. They also help to make events an experience for your visitors. In our whitepaper we show application examples and give tips for planning and implementing the technology.
ISC West is one of the most important security trade fairs worldwide. In 2019 the Security and Safety Things presented a real premiere: the first live hackathon on the occasion of the important security event.
At ISC West 2019 you can expect many exciting startups who, like us, want to help companies get more out of their security systems in the IoT. See here which 5 startups we are especially looking forward to meet in Las Vegas.