Published on 4 January, 2008
The session will focus on real-world experience implementing large-scale IP CCTV systems, video analytics and wireless technology.
Verint Systems Inc., a leading provider of analytic software-based solutions for workforce-enterprise optimisation and security today announced that it will present a break-out seminar entitled ‘Real-world experience implementing large IP CCTV systems, video content analysis and wireless CCTV' at the 2008 IIPSEC conference, which runs from 29-31 January at Stoneleigh Park, Coventry. The seminar will take place on Tuesday 29th January and will provide security system installers, consultants and end users with the practical knowledge required to plan, implement and manage a large-scale IP CCTV network.
"Verint is pleased to play an active role in a premier security industry event where end users, consultants and industry thought leaders converge to share information on the next generation of security technologies," said Robert Wint, Managing Director, EMEA, of Verint Systems. "Our break-out seminar at IIPSEC 2008 will focus on practical knowledge, gleaned through years of experience providing IP CCTV solutions for some of the largest organisations in the world."
Attendees will receive information on how to plan and manage IP CCTV systems with a large numbers of cameras. Verint presenters will also discuss how to successfully deploy intelligent video content analysis and wireless solutions in a variety of security environments.
Each year, visitors from more than 70 countries attend the structured exhibition and vast educational and technology focused programmes at IIPSEC. Throughout the three-day event, attendees learn how to unlock the true potential of IP technology through an extensive showcase of products, an educational conference and new break-out sessions.