The event focused on the topic of VIVOTEK network video & IP surveillance solutions for a variety of security applications
With eye-catching aplomb, VIVOTEK held its first IP surveillance road show in Shanghai, China on January 15, 2010. The road show, consisting of a series of seminars and training courses, received attention from major distributors in eastern China, and eight more such road shows are scheduled to be held in major cities in China in the coming months.
The event focused on the topic of VIVOTEK network video & IP surveillance solutions for a variety of security applications. It is designed to provide information on the latest technologies and future market trends for IP surveillance as well as to broaden users' field knowledge. The introduction of Linux-related technology, such as video recorders, storage, video management, video analytics, I/O controls, and embedded systems were also introduced in the road show for the first time.
"VIVOTEK is actively helping to educate the market about the latest IP surveillance technologies and applications. We expect that through a series of informative road shows cooperating with Poseidon, our distributor in China, the distribution audience will be able to comprehend and reap full benefits of IP surveillance," said William Ku, Director of the Brand Business Division of VIVOTEK.
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