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  • AI-driven cameras are about to change the way we live and work for the better. The number of security cameras worldwide is predicted to reach a billion in 2021. The combination of AI and next-gen open camera technology will go far beyond security to transform every aspect of life – and not in a “Big Brother” way.

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  • Hisense, the award-winning TV and household appliances announced that its full line up of commercial display solutions will be available in the UK from Q2. Hisense has entered into a strategic partnership with Fortus to launch the brand across multiple channels in the UK and Ireland.

    Mark Massie, Commercial Director at Fortus UK explains, ‘We currently see a lot of convergence between the Security and Pro AV channels in the UK. Increasingly our traditional security customers are seeking integration of surveillance products with commercial display solutions. Equally we know that sales of security and surveillance products are growing rapidly into the AV channel. Having a market leading display brand like Hisense in our portfolio has the potential expand our sales and customer base significantly’.

  • In 2002, there were 631 million Internet users worldwide. In 2020, there are 4.54 billion. According to research conducted for Science Magazine, in the late 1980s, less than 1% of the world’s information was stored digitally. In 2007, less than two decades later, that number had increased to 94%. It’s hard to wrap our heads around the pre-Internet world, before CGI, GPS and email existed. Looking back, however, it’s clear to see that the digital revolution changed the world swiftly and irrevocably.

     

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