You will learn:
- The reality of what capabilities contemporary video analytics can deliver vs what is mere hyperbole.
- Why many integrators and end users remain skeptical about analytics and other so-called AI technologies.
- How to properly evaluate various video analytic solutions on the market for your application.
- Strategies for effectively deploying AI in the field.
- And, what breakthroughs may be on the horizon for AI in 2023 and beyond.
Date: February 21st at 2 p.m. ET
Duration: 1 hour
Over the past several years, integrators and end users have been inundated with marketing from a bevy of new analytics providers, who claim that they can address a wide range of issues to improve both security and business operations. Unfortunately, this is an industry that has also been burned by vendors that have overpromised and underdelivered in the past. In this webinar, we will explore what the true capabilities of artificial intelligence in video surveillance are today, what is not yet achievable, best practices for real world deployments, as well as offer a glimpse of the future of the technology. A $100 Amazon gift card will also be given away to a randomly selected attendee who stays on for the duration of the event.
Matt Powell is Managing Director for North America at ISS (Intelligent Security Systems), a pioneer and leader in the development of video intelligence and data awareness solutions. He has more than two decades of experience in security and transportation technologies having formerly served as principal-infrastructure markets at systems integrator Convergint and as a developer of transportation market strategies for Videolarm and Moog prior to that.
Eugene Beytenbrod is Global Director of Engineering at ISS. With more than 20 years of experience in the security industry, he specializes in software development, project management and the creation of support infrastructure. Beytenbrod initially began his career as a web developer, but he has spent the last 17 years of his career developing cutting-edge video surveillance software for ISS. He is graduate of Rutgers University and holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science.