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When it comes down to it, every business needs reliable physical security measures in place. Whether your facility requires four or 4,000 cameras, the myriad threats to employees, customers, and assets alike create an unignorable need for video surveillance infrastructure.
A lot of buzz in the security industry revolves around the explosion of the global datasphere. Especially as the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many industries to transition from in-house operations to work-from-home—if not entirely digital—formats, global data creation, consumption, and circulation has skyrocketed.
As complex security threats have evolved, security technology has stayed one step ahead. Today, end customers across all verticals are deploying more smart sensors and intelligent video cameras than ever before.
In today’s information age, efficiency is driven by data. We see this with the rise of Smart Cities leveraging video security cameras and other sensors to improve sectors like public safety.
The BCD team sat down with Hassan Makki, our new Regional Sales Manager covering the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, and Russia to discuss the evolution of the video security market, trending technologies, and particular customer interests.
Wael Noureddine, BCD’s Regional Sales Director for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, East Africa & Levant, discusses industry trends.
Sports stadiums face some of the most challenging security obstacles in the business. Because they are designed to seat tens of thousands of guests at a time, designing a video system with enough cameras to monitor every area can be daunting.