Catch up on's LIVE VIDEOS from CES 2023!

Feb. 6, 2023
Whether you attended or not, check out nearly 20 short-form videos direct from the show floor!

Security Business Editor Paul Rothman was on the scene live at CES 2023. Check out his many show floor videos below, and be sure to follow SecurityInfoWatch on Youtube


Take an exclusive first look at the ADT Canopy vehicle security solution, hear about the company's CES strategy with Shy Ward, Sr. Director of Client Engineering & Innovation, and take a closer look at ADT Commercial's new EvoGuard intelligent autonomous guard robot

Abe Kinney, Senior Director for Product Management for, sat down with us for this exclusive closer look at the company's new Water Dragon home water monitoring system.


While Resideo did not have a booth or suite at the show, we did catch up with two of their heavy hitters on the show floor: Scott Harkins, who disucsses what he's looking for at the show, and David Kaufman, who explained the impact of the Matter interoperability standard.

Yale Home

Take a closer look at the new Yale Home Assure 2 Lock with Senior Product Manager Catelyn Herman.

Teledyne FLIR

Chris Bainter from Teledyne FLIR gave us a quick demo of the FLIR ONE Edge Pro Thermal Camera at the CES Pepcom event.


Alex Aaron walks us through the company's new line of NDAA-compliant cameras. 


Steve Davidson explains the company's new innovative laser motion detection system at the CES Pepcom event. 


Mike Child explains how the new Vivint Spotlight Pro camera and tracking LEDs work at the CES Pepcom event.

Z-Wave Alliance

Paul Rothman sat for an extensive interview with Z-Wave Alliance executive director Mitch Klein to talk Z-Wave Long Range and competing interoperability standards. 

Schneider Electric

Brad Wills explains the role of energy monitoring and management in the smart home, and how security integrators may take advantage.

Amazon Ring

Take a first look at the Always Home Cam, a mini drone designed to fly inside a residence.

Innovative Startups!

Check out some of these interesting security-related technologies from some startups you may not have heard of.