Life & Technology – 2GB 16th Mar, 2024

15 Things to Consider when Buying a Security Camera (with help from Arlo)

 In today’s fast paced hyper-connected world, you can be excused for feeling a little over-whelmed when it comes to knowing what the most trusted source of information is. Especially when it comes to the latest and greatest of new technologies. There are many different factors that go into choosing the right security system. To simplify the process CyberShack, along with a leader in smart wireless security, Arlo Technologies, brings you our first Top 15 things to consider when buying a security camera. For those rare few that live and breathe everything ‘new’ in the tech world, it is important to break down the technical and simplify the benefits for the less technically advanced amongst us. 

Guests and Topics on the Show
We get a lot of inquiries about dashcams so we decided to invite Brad Hales 
National Marketing Manager from Uniden to discuss what are the things you need to look for in buying a dashcam, why you need one and what are the options out there.  

Introducing a 5K Dashcam – Dash View® 60+ Capture crisp and detailed video in bright and low-light road conditions with the release of Uniden’s state-of-the-art voice guidance Dash View 60+ Smart Dash Cam.Built using Japanese engineering technology and designed for Australian road conditions, the slim and stylish design can be discreetly positioned inside vehicles for a more luxurious in-car experience.   

A promising leap towards computers with light-speed capabilities 

Scientists have created a reprogrammable light-based processor, a world-first, that they say could usher in a new era of quantum computing and communication. Technologies in these emerging fields that operate at the atomic level are already realising big benefits for drug discovery and other small-scale applications.  In the future, large-scale quantum computers promise to be able to solve complex problems that would be impossible for today’s computers.  We invited Yang Yang, RMIT PhD scholar, who discussed further about this research.

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