Hosted by Security Matters, video technology expert 3xLOGIC will explain how video is being used to maximise efficiency, minimise risk and open up a range of new possibilities for end users and security installers/integrators alike.
Through integration and analytics, video technology is transforming traditional security applications and providing greater value across organisations. Increasingly, video is bringing all the elements of a security system together to yield greater intelligence for businesses.
Delivering new insights
Of course, video has always helped end users to keep a close eye on their businesses and has also come to be relied upon to deliver a high level of security. Now, video is also handing those end users a greater degree of control over their buildings and estates and helping them to solve problems they never knew they had.
End users are drawing on video technology and business intelligence solutions to move their security systems out of the silos in which they’ve traditionally operated, duly gaining new insights into their operations in the process.
They’re now using Artificial Intelligence to examine the data that their security systems generate, capturing previously disparate data and turning it into relevant, actionable and valuable information that helps organisations identify savings and unearth greater efficiency.
Providing new opportunities
For system integrators, video-based systems that employ business intelligence represent a significant opportunity to not only become involved at the cutting edge of cloud-based analytical software, but also benefit from an entirely new revenue stream.
In doing so, they’re helping their customers to maximise the use of the ever-increasing amounts of data they have to hand, showing them how to extract insights from their security system.
Video surveillance is delivering real value to the Security Department and beyond, from operations, sales, finance and management right through to the Boardroom.
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