The news podcast for security systems installers from PSI magazine.
PSI Security News Podcast September 2020
This month we talk to Michael Lawrence of ADI about being a security distributor in the current climate. Also we find out what the differences are between AI, deep learning and analytics with Uri Guterman of Hanwha Techwin and get some predictions for the industry going forward from Tim Northwood of Inner Range.
PSI Security News Podcast August 2020
In this month's podcast we focus on how you can gain more business as we return to 'normal' life. We speak to Kevin Spinks of Bft Automation about the benefits of leasing technology and which elements of the security sector suit this type of arrangement. Then we hear from Nick Quigley of HKC on getting more intruder accounts and how you can tap into the domestic alarm market.
PSI Security News Podcast July 2020
As the UK begins returning to work after the lockdown what should installation companies do to give themselves the best chance of performing well during the 'new normal' and beyond? We talk to business guru Jim Rathbone to find out. Also we discuss the benefits of GSM and why installers should have a think about connectivity, with Victor d'Allance of Intratone.
PSI Security News Podcast June 2020
This month we discuss how access control may change after lockdown with Pat Jefferies of Abloy and talk to Jim Rathbone about a new editorial series on how installation businesses can grow and develop. Also we try to discover why so few people change their locks when they move house with Suresh Peri from Mul-T-Lock.
PSI Security News Podcast May 2020
How many UK homes do you think have intruder alarms or CCTV? This month we find out when we discuss home security with Gabriella Pemberton of SafeSite Security Solutions. Secondly, PSI Editor Andy Clutton talks about video storage with Curt Wittich of Quantum and discovers how analytics have changed CCTV data handling requirements.
PSI Security News Podcast April 2020
This month we talk to Martyn Ryder of Morphean about the adoption of cloud services in the security industry. We also discuss business intelligence, AI, cyber security and why installers should be looking to add 'as a service' offerings to their portfolios.