How to Make Remote #Monitoring Tech Part of Everyday #Health Care | #TpromoCom #TeleHealth | What is remote patient monitoring?
While “telehealth” broadly refers to all health care activities that are conducted through telecommunications technology, remote patient monitoring is a subset that involves the collection, transmission, evaluation, and communication of patient health data from electronic devices. These devices include wearable sensors, implanted equipment, and handheld instruments.
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Oregon Officer Saves #Infant from Burning #Home | #TpromoCom #Hero #Police | Officer Jason Robinson arrived at the home as smoke billowed from several windows and ran inside after hearing the mother outside saying that her baby was still in a swing in the home.
A civilian responder—Christine Lawler—was just about to enter the home when Officer Robinson emerged from the door with the child in his arms.
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OPINION:With all the negative news concerning the police, I believe it’s high time that every news organization on the face of the planet attempt to find and report all the good things about police officers they can. I, for one, am growing increasingly tired of hearing all the negative press and then seeing all the looting, burning, shootings, etc.Thank you, Officer Robinson! –Al Colombo
#FBI Arrests #Hacker Who Stole #Data from Tech Company | #TpromoCom #Espionage #Gov | A nightmare scenario for many organizations recently became one Atlanta-based tech company’s reality. But the steps the company took before and after their sensitive data was stolen by a hacker in 2018 helped the FBI identify and arrest the culprit.
Christian Kight used his computer programming skills to hack into various businesses for money while on parole for previous crimes. Kight downloaded scripts from hacker forums and used them to attack company networks.
In the case of the Atlanta company, Kight spent a few weeks hacking into the company’s network, using various tactics to hide his identity. He then downloaded the data to his own computer and deleted it from the company’s systems.
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OPINION:Many years ago I wrote an opinion piece for the ISIO where I described intrusion detection/security at some future time. Here it is in a nutshell: 1) Cameras will be wireless, 2) they’ll be peel and stick, 3) they will provide a 360 forward view, 4) you can choose your view in software.
Secondly, there will be no switches on doors or motion detection. There will be no access control card readers, no smartphone entry options, etc. Traditional security will be replaced by video surveillance systems that uses AI with facial recognition. Anyone approaching the door who is known by the system, authorized at that door and that time period will be automatically granted access. Tailgating also will be handled by the AI portion of the system.
After hours, someone breaking into the facility will be met by an alarm and the perpetrator will be investigated by a roving mobile unit equipped with audio and video. Police (if they will exist) will be alerted straight away.
Those that press a button on a door speaker will have an opportunity to converse with the AI in an attempt to ascertain who they are and what they want. If they proceed to pry the door open, jimmy the lock, etc., the police will be notified and an alarm will sound locally.
Incidentally, if the Left is successful in having all law enforcement defunded and removed from protecting our communities; after the murders, rapes, robberies and other crimes rise sharply, police will be brought back to protect the innocent. Either that or warlords and community militias will spring up across the land and the world will be cast back into a dark ages-style environment. –Al Colombo
NEW Operator Online Level 2 NOW AVAILABLE! | #TpromoCom #CentralStation #Monitoring #Security | TMA is pleased to announce the release of its newly updated Monitoring Center Operator Online Level 2. The fully re-written course is designed to provide your team with a common language for success.
The new course builds upon TMA’s popular Monitoring Center Operator Online Level 1 training program by offering six, advanced modules that support skills and standards of professionalism needed to be an effective contributor in the monitoring center. The course is highly relatable and challenges operators to expand their knowledge through a focus on critical-thinking exercises associated with team-building, conflict resolution and more impactful customer care. Through an introduction to leadership, operators will experience a new skillset that reinforces accountability through better communication, cyber vigilance and personal responsibility.
The Integration of Security And IoT | #Verdafero #Security #IoT #Monitoring | Security has many faces, whether it’s the hardened, Grade 1 locks on all the perimeter man doors throughout a building, electronic access control, video surveillance cameras, fire detection equipment, or the IoT devices that monitors a variety of critical services, such as temperature, humidity, air flow, pressure, or the integrity and quality of any one of several utilities that clients depend on.
If there was ever a time when integration between the various facets of security, life safety, and general commercial Internet of Things (IoT) might occur, it’s now.
The Central Monitoring Station (CMS) that Security Integrators and Alarm Dealers use is equipped to monitor the physical security elements of a facility, but not necessarily IoT devices that output analog data. Not only that, but traditional CMS’ are not readily capable of analyzing multiple streams of Big Data (BD) for anomalies that might occur. But there is a solution to this problem that is capable of including the positive attributes of a CMS.
In the area of Utility BD, “Verdafero’s Utility and IoT monitoring and analytics platform uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to capture, analyze, report and predict variable, broad-based utility expense information found from many data sources,” says Alastair Hood, Ph.D. and CEO of Verdafero.
Verdafero’s Cloud-based processing center will utilize your favorite CMS’ API (Application Programming Interface), thus allowing your CMS to act on alerts issued by the AI platform.
According to Hood, “Using Verdafero, security service providers can now actively analyze and compare the performance of similar client properties and benchmark them against other properties within their portfolio to help clients better understand the opportunities to reduce overhead expenses.”
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Surveillance cameras feature in around 1/3 of all smart homes | #TpromoCom #SmartHome #Camera #HomeAutomation | Surveillance cameras can be found in nearly a third of all smart homes in the US, UK, Germany, and France according to new research published in Strategy Analytics’ report “Smart Home Survey – Surveillance Cameras.”
Strategy Analytics reports the surveillance camera is the second-most popular device overall. Popularity of surveillance cameras in the US, UK, and Germany came in just behind smart thermostats; in France, surveillance cameras were slightly more popular than smart thermostats. Additionally, on average, 60 percent of all smart homes in these countries with at least one camera have two or more cameras.
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