At Intersec 2018 in Dubai, SeeTec will be presenting video management applications for a wide range of areas and industries. The focus will be on solutions, with the new SeeTec Cayuga R11 product version presented to customers and partners in themed areas covering various real-life inspired user scenarios.
After having participated at the world’s leading trade fair for Security, Safety and Fire Protection on various booths of strategic partners in the past, SeeTec will for the very first-time exhibit on its very own booth at Intersec 2018 from January 21 - 23, 2018.
Kaj Svenningson, Vice President Business Development, is looking forward to welcoming customers and prospects on the 50 sqm SeeTec booth: “The Middle East has become a major market for SeeTec in the past years. The projects that we realise here are of a scope that have created a visibility for us that reaches far beyond just the gulf region. And Intersec as the leading regional trade fair is mirroring the importance with its own growth towards a show of a really global scope.”
The focus of the presentation in the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre on booth SA-A41 will be five hands-on stations that will not only showcase the video management functionalities of SeeTec Cayuga R11 but also demonstrate, how the software becomes an essential part of security and business ecosystems.
Intelligent video management
“The new trend of adding “intelligence” to the video feeds recorded and managed through SeeTec software will be visible in a dedicated area for Video Analytics as well as our SeeTec Business Video Intelligence (BVI) range of products. Here, we will show how SeeTec can help our customers to link video data to business processes, e.g. in logistics, transportation or banking to safeguard their processes and to make better decisions for the future.”, Andreas Conrad, Marketing Director at SeeTec, explains. “We are constantly striving to provide added value to our customers with our software solutions. We want to show that modern video management technology can be the basis of much more than just remote observation of assets, restricted areas and public space.”