Today, providing security goes beyond traditional surveillance: technological advances and data collection have enabled the creation of new services. Thanks to artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things (IoT) and advanced analytics systems, security companies give added value to customers when it comes to protecting their interests. In addition to guarding people and facilities, protection seeks business continuity, whether at the logistical or energy efficiency level, for example. All variables are protected so that companies do not see their day-to-day operations interrupted: from the environmental conditions of a warehouse to the remote monitoring of machines on a production line.
The proliferation of hybrid environments and the digital transformation of businesses increase the risk of cyber-attacks. Protecting digital assets and their physical media is vital for any company, so the prevention of this potential risk is constantly evolving.
Due to climate change, security is evolving towards protecting our ecosystem, from forest fires to extreme storms. Companies specializing in fire protection offer new services to prevent and avoid damage as much as possible. In our globalized world, the pandemic has demonstrated the contagiousness of certain risks, which generate effects of all kinds (health, economic and social) and also affect safety. Prevention systems try to identify them in order to minimize their impact.
Nubeprint also uses artificial intelligence and Big Data to monitor its printers and respect the circular economy, all in a secure environment based on 4 pillars:
1st Security in the protection of its data, complying with a wide range of security directives.
2nd Security against cyber-attacks, since Nubeprint is not intrusive and does not leave access ports open unnecessarily.
3rd Monitoring of consumables and technical alerts, ensuring timely replenishment and immediate notification of any incident.
4th Protection of the circular economy, with A.I. applied to the optimization of resources and reducing waste, committed to sustainable printing.