GPU Technology Conference, the premier event on AI and Deep Learning, is coming to Israel. Qylur CEO Lisa Dolev is a featured speaker at the event. Join us on October 18th in Tel-Aviv.
Qylur CEO Lisa Dolev will participate in the Safety and Security Best Practices session at the Euro Attractions Show in Berlin, on September 27, 2017. EAS is the premier European event for the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions.
A&S Interational Magazine: 7/6/17
Palo Alto, California-based company offers a solution that is designed to help sports venues, amusement parks, tourist destinations and transportation hubs strike an ideal balance between the conflicting needs of overall guest experience, robust security, and efficient venue operations.
DHS SAFETY Act Site: 3/10/17
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security awarded Qylur the SAFETY Act Designation for the Qylatron Entry Experience technology.
Qylur YouTube Channel: 10/21/13
Dr. Lisa Dolev, founder and CEO of Qylur shares her vision of the Qylatron Entry Experience Solution.
NBC Bay Area: 8/9/16
When it comes to security in Rio, it is man and machine. Security technology is playing a crucial role at Olympic village – in particular, a Palo Alto-produced machine called Qylatron.
A new technology could expedite the process of getting fans through security. If the NFL wants to implement it, there is a possible solution out there that could dramatically reduce wait times and streamline the process.
Wall Street Journal: 10/21/13
The first automated, self-service security-screening kiosk was unveiled at Lincoln Center in New York. Founder of Qylur Security Systems, Dr. Lisa Dolev tells us how it works and why it is the future of security.
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Guests at Levi’s® Stadium, home of the San Francisco 49ers, share feedback about the Qylatron™ Entry Experience Solution.
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Sports fans and travelers share thoughts on current security-screening experience.
CNBC\'s Dominic Chu reports on security system Qylur. Founder and CEO of Qylur Intelligent Systems Lisa Dolev, discusses the new breed of intelligent security machines.
Nikkei Online (Japan) 10/31/16
Risk Management Magazine (Japan) 10/26/16
Long-term Collaboration with Silicon Valley Innovator Helps Enhance the Guest Entry and Security Experience at the World’s Most High-Tech Stadium.
La Razon (Spain): July 2016
El Qylatron tiene unas puertas que se abren, se introduce un objeto y detecta si es peligroso.
Major sports venue operators have taken major strides in recent years to bolster their venues\' defenses.
LesEchos (France) 2/17/16
La start-up californienne Qylur crée des machines pour scanner le contenu des sacs.
Qylur Intelligent Systems, an intelligent systems company based in Silicon Valley, today announced it has been named a 2016 IoT Hero in the IoT/M2M Innovation World Cup. This recognition is given to the best and most innovative companies from around the globe.
Dr. Erroll Southers, Counter-Terrorism Expert, Will Bring Extensive Security Expertise to Innovative Provider of Secure Entry Experience Solutions
Journal du Net (France): 2/15/16
Les villes hôtes de la compétition de football ont le choix parmi de nombreuses solutions innovantes pour gérer l\'afflux de supporters venus de tout le continent.
IoT Journal: 12/8/15
Levi\'s Stadium, home to the National Football League (NFL) team San Francisco 49ers, is employing a sensor-based screening solution to offer a less obtrusive way for attendees to submit their bags and belongings to security checks…
Information Week: 12/4/15
Machine learning is becoming widespread, and organizations are using it in a variety of ways, including improving cybersecurity, enhancing recommendation engines, and optimizing self-driving cars. Here\'s a look at 11 interesting use cases for this technology.
Jol Press (France): 7/16/14
La machine créée par la société Qylur permet de faire passer 5 personnes à la fois au contrôle de sécurité et ne nécessite plus de fouille des agents.
The Qylatron, used daily at San Francisco\'s Levi\'s Stadium, promises better, faster security screening
New technology that is landing at Levi\'s Stadium takes a robust approach to physical security.
LEVI’S STADIUM IS a technological marvel and one of the most sophisticated sports stadiums in the world. That makes sense, given that the new home of the San Francisco 49ers football team sits in the heart of Silicon Valley.
Security InfoWatch: 11/17/15
For years stadiums have struggled to balance the need to provide enhanced security with a desire by fans to have easy entry into these venues.
Sports Techie: 11/16/15
Qylur Intelligent Systems has the checkpoint of the future installed and deployed at Levi’s® Stadium one month ago with hopes the NFL approves further deployment for Super Bowl 50 just three months away.
Sports Business Journal: 11/10/15
The 49ers have scheduled a media tour today of new security technology being tested at Levi\'s Stadium.
DHS Lab to Study the Qylatron Entry Experience Solution as a Secure Entry Point of the Future
Sports Techie: 10/9/15
With the country averaging more than one mass shooting per day in 2015, according to the Washington Post, security in large venues is crucial.
We have smart machines all around us working to make our lives more convenient. Why not use intelligent machine technology to improve and consolidate the processes of greeting, validating and security screening?
Security expert Lisa Dolev discusses taking humans “out of the loop” in airport security.
Intelligent Systems Company to Demo the IIoT-Powered Qylatron, a More Holistic and Secure Approach to Improving Operational Intelligence for Sports and Entertainment Venues
Intelligent Systems Company to Work with Field Pioneers to Promote the Use of IIoT for Operational Intelligence Solutions
The Qylatron Entry Experience Solution on Display at Expo Seguridad Mexico; Global Demand Increases for Automated, Security-Screening
A mais nova arma do Rio para a área de segurança dos Jogos Olímpicos e Paralímpicos Rio-2016 veio dos Estados Unidos e atende pelo nome de Qylatron. A “máquina de raio-x” é capaz de analisar cinco bagagens simultaneamente.
Anytime someone hears the three letters TSA put together there’s a good chance they aren’t gong to jump for joy.
Sports venues today spend billions of dollars as executives, engineers and marketers address their primary objectives of entertaining fans and filling seats.
Tweaks to the system, and more testing, could eventually see it trialled at airports.
AUSTRALIAN FANS PUMPED to see their team take on Spain during the first round of the World Cup were intrigued by the honeycomb-like machine that had replaced the standard manual search process at Arena de Baixada stadium in Curitiba, Brazil.
Commercial Deployment of the Qylatron Draws Rave Reviews in Brazil; Security Checkpoint Innovator Poised for More High-Profile Global Implementations
Homeland Security Today US: 7/2/14
Despite a record-breaking, Herculean effort from keeper Tim Howard, the United States soccer team is heading home from Brazil after defeat by Belgium. But the US presence remains in the form of Silicon Valley-based Qylur Security Systems.
Sports Techie: 7/2/14
Qylur Security Systems, is a revolutionary, automated and self-service user experience, invented by the homeland security technology company based in Silicon Valley, who today announced that it deployed the Qylatron™ Entry Experience Solution for security screening at certain 2014 FIFA World Cup™ games.
Defense Daily: 7/1/14
Qylur Security Systems says its Qylatron self-service security screening system was used at one of the stadiums for the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Condé Nast Traveler: 6/23/14
The way travelers proceed through airport security has changed drastically, and in myriad ways, in the past decade—and more changes are afoot. Find out what checking in will look like in another decades’ time.
PR Daily: 6/3/14
Qylur Security Systems’ CEO narrates a passionate and emotional video that explains the company’s homeland security technology in such a simple, compelling way that it earned national media coverage.
I’ve seen a lot of changes in the past couple months that have convinced me that we’re headed in several new directions. Some of these tracks will sputter to an end, and some will merge with the others, but it’s clear that there are a lot of exciting developments worth analyzing.
Sports Techie: 1/31/14
Qylur is a user experience-driven homeland security technology company.
Homeland Security Technology Innovator Poised for Commercial Rollouts of Automated, Self-Service, Security-Screening Kiosks
Fox Business: 10/29/13
Qylur CEO Lisa Dolev on the benefits of self-service security screening machines.
For those who break out in a cold sweat at the mere mention of an “unexpected item in bagging area,” the fact that self-service security checkpoints are on the horizon may trigger a full-scale panic attack.
Welcome to the future: Where airport security screeners are … machines.
The Huffington Post: 10/22/13
Is the future of antiterrorism do-it-yourself?
Sports Techie: 10/22/13
Qylur has designed a game-changing new bag-screening technology called the Qylatron that will improve fan experience for sports and entertainment venues, monuments and transportation hubs.
Now that you’ve learned how to scan your own shampoo at CVS and be your own waiter at Chili’s, put on your best scowl and get ready, because self-service security checkpoints are coming.
Offered as Security-as-a-Service, Industry-first Qylatron Screens Guest IDs and Bags Five Times Faster, Detects Multiple Threats, Reduces Security Costs, and Improves the Guest Experience