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  • Change is Coming: The Software Revolution
    12.16.22 – CI – Integrators grapple with the challenges and triumphs of pivoting their businesses to embrace a shift away from bulky, heavy solutions and …
  • 5 Recurring-Revenue Action Steps
    12.12.22 – CI – You already understand the value of RMR to your company, but it’s not as easy as flipping a switch. Start with these five action steps.
  • Digitized, Connected and Exposed
    12.16.22 – SIW – Will 5G and IoT/OT create the most complex infrastructure attack surface ever?
  • Automation is the new normal for physical security
    12.12.22 – SIW – Applying automation software to the physical access provisioning process adds a fast, impartial solution to ensure that intended access policies are applied as required. Today’s physical security operations depend largely on humans performing repetitive, tedious tasks.
  • How can computer vision and AI enhance loss prevention in …
    12.16.22 – SIW – By comparing item-level counts to POS-generated counts, associates can detect fraud and take fast action. With the help of AI and computer vision, retailers can make checkout processes smarter, which reduces theft and improves inventory control.

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NESA is a federation of state associations established to serve and promote the electronic systems industry at the direction of, and through its affiliated state associations. Seven state associations are part of NESA – Arkansas Security Alarm Association (ASAA), Kansas Electronic Security Association (KESA), Louisiana Life Safety & Security Association (LLSSA), Maryland Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (MDBFAA), Mississippi Security Association (MSA), Oklahoma Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (OKBFAA) and Texas Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (TBFAA).  For more info visit www.nesaus.org.