Robo-Cop Car


Robo cop has a new ride and you can own it.

OR3 is the world's first robotic security car. It was created by a startup company in Singapore for companies to use to keep projects and employees safe. The car weighs 176 pounds and is about the size of a golf cart. It comes with 3D sensors and GPS and other instruments designed to detect unattended bags.

If a bag is left for more than five minutes the car will send out an alarm. It can also tell the difference between people the company marks as employees and intruders. If an unknown person is detected it will send a drone after him, for about three hundred feet.  read more »

Happy New Year


The holiday season is here and the New Year is knocking, bringing new beginnings and maybe a new job.

Robert Half International is the world's largest specialized staffing firm and they have five tips to make this your back to business year. The economy is in a slump and while it's not quite a job seekers market at least you'll be prepared when things to turn around. The companies advice ranges from social networking sites to resumes to making sure an internet search doesn't uncover your spring break mistakes.  read more »

An Internal Investigation


State of the art security systems, heavy duty safes and deadbolts make up the anti-theft business. But if you really want to protect your valuables why not just go straight to the source?

Chris Mcgoey is the author of “Burglars On the Job” and runs the website Mcgoey along with Richard T. Wright; a University of Missouri Criminology Professor interviewed 105 convicted burglars in North Carolina, Oregon, California and Kentucky to gain inside knowledge to protect your assests from their sticky fingers.  read more »

Inauguration may break Capital bank.

If you think the bailout is expensive, wait until you find out how much change the change in Washington will cost you.

According to the D-C Examiner, huge crowds are expected for the inauguration of President-elect Obama on January 20th. And with it comes a record breaking bill for services. Each year the Federal Government gives the district $15 million dollars to cover the costs of events. But with huge crowds expected, security costs will far surpass that amount.  read more »