Published on 1 September, 2015
|Niklas will discuss the current and future state of video surveillance storage at All-over-IP Expo 2015
Synology Business Development Manager Video Surveillance, Niklas Poll will discuss the current and future state of video surveillance storage to help integrators find a safe way out of the jungle of selecting the right storage solution for various surveillance installations – at All-over-IP Expo 2015 in Moscow.
The resolution trend in IP video surveillance is moving from 1080p to 4K. Most cameras are recording 24/7. Globally, 3.3 trillion video surveillance hours is expected to be captured by 2020. Smartphones and tablets have become increasingly popular in the enterprise. Installers and integrators are challenged to offer surveillance solutions that enable businesses to manage the exponential growth of data, get secure access to surveillance archives, and enjoy flexible user interfaces.
In his keynote speech entitled 'The Challenge of Storage, Security, Management and User Expectations in Video Surveillance Industry', Niklas Poll will show how innovations such as the Internet of Things, increasing storage requirements and customers' private use experience challenge the video surveillance industry to provide a complete solution. The presentation will cover a multi-feature approach to offering users a total solution from setup to management and access upto storage and backup.