How Wireless Broadband Technologies Help Secure International Borders

Keeping international borders secure is an important and resource-intensive job. Illegal immigrants, criminals, human traffickers, smugglers, and potential terrorists can cross anywhere along theseboundaries. Simply building a wall is not enough. People and technology must be deployed in order to monitor the movement of individuals and assess possible threats.However keeping international borders secure is a job that is often easier said than done. Safeguarding borders present various challenges. Some borders may be too long and extend across great expanses of lands, the terrain may be inaccessible or inhospitable, or the…

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How to Maximize Security for Your Home Wireless Network

The fact that we’re living in an interconnected world is often taken for granted. With all in one TV and internet offers available today, there are more homes ‘connected’ to the internet today than ever before. While this is a good thing, especially for sharing information, it comes with its own challenges. More people are investing in ‘smart’ home devices such as smart thermostats, washing machines, TVs and security systems. These ‘smart’ devices are able to connect to the home internet network for greater integration. This promises greater convenience for home…

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Will Google’s Robot Cars Have Wireless Chargers?

Not only does Google want to take you out of the driver’s seat — the future of driverless cars envisioned by the company may not even require you to plug in your robot automobile. Alphabet, Google’s parent company, is testing a pair of wireless charging systems for its prototype self-driving cars, according to recent documents filed with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission. The news was first reported by tech site IEEE Spectrum. 4 ‘driverless’ cars involved in accidents 0:25 The two wireless charging systems, made by New York’s Hevo Power…

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