How Social and Technology Trends Are Driving Video Surveillance Innovation

This webinar will be held on April 8, 2021 2:00 PM EDT / 1:00 PM CDT / 11:00 AM PDT / 6:00 PM GMT There is no more dynamic physical security market than advanced video surveillance technology.

The past year has demonstrated just how resilient and adaptive this technology sector is as it has addressed the shifting paradigm of both security and safety mandates created by the sustained COVID-19 pandemic and the rising tide of social dissidence. Video surveillance trends are now driven by current events that require technology to do more than record and playback. The pandemic has substantially broadened the base of video operations to include tracking people and monitoring temperatures at secured entrances.

Advanced analytics help in controlling access and multi-factor authentication with facial recognition. And artificial intelligence presents a conundrum for the video industry, as increased security application benefits are tempered by social and privacy issues of the data gathered and analyzed. While security stands to benefit from the continued advancement of video surveillance and its ancillary universe of analytics and storage, the onus to establish a code of conduct and a sense of ethics on how we as an industry use that data will shape the trends to come.

Join our panel of experts who will discuss what trends are driving video surveillance advancement, where technology is headed and how we as a security industry must address all the implications of a more immersive video landscape. 
You will learn: 

  • What video technology adaptations borne out of pandemic needs have real staying power in the industry; 
  • How video analytics driven by machine learning and AI technologies are changing the industry; 
  • And, how organizations are leveraging traditional, on-premises video deployments versus Video Surveillance as a Service offerings.

Presented by:

Owen Kell
Senior Researcher
Memoori Research AB With over 15 years of market experience providing consultancy and research services.

Owen is an expert on emerging technologies and their impact on the built environment. His work includes market analysis, investigation of policy, strategy and competitive strategies to help clients capitalize on rapidly evolving technology markets. He has authored reported in domains including Big Data and the IOT, Smart Lighting and Cybersecurity for Smart Buildings.

How Social and Technology Trends Are Driving Video Surveillance Innovation
Tim Sutton, CPP, CHPA, PSP
Senior Security Consultant
Guidepost Solutions

Timothy Sutton has more than 30 years of security experience. His expertise includes operational security management and program development, loss prevention, physical security and risk assessments, and technical security systems design and implementation. He has worked with clients in diverse sectors including medicinal and adult-use cannabis, healthcare, retail, government, manufacturing, and multi-use properties.

In addition to operational roles within the cannabis industry, Sutton has worked as a hospital security director, manufacturing facility security coordinator, and retail director of loss prevention. He held several positions within Midwest Integrated Solutions including account executive, senior systems engineer, and licensee in charge. How Social and Technology Trends Are Driving Video Surveillance Innovation
Ara Bagdasarian

Ara Bagdasarian is the co-founder of emergency notifications solutions provider Omnilert.

Prior to founding Omnilert, Ara started XNETIX in 1996 which built web-based applications that powered hundreds of internet startup companies and helped grow the web event pioneer Communicast to acquisition. Having defined the emergency notification market for higher education and campus environments, Ara continues to strive to set the pace in technology, knowledge, and customer enablement through critical communication advancements with the goal of empowering those responsible for protecting lives during a crisis. He sits on the National Advisory Council for the VTV Family Outreach Foundation in an effort to provide advice, ideas, and guidance to support and ensure the success of VTV and its initiatives on a national level.

Ara is a graduate from the State University of New York College at Buffalo where he was the recipient of the Young Alumnus Achievement Award.

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