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Audio: The Future of Video Surveillance & its Place in the Internet of Things

Below is the Audio Stream from our 1st Free Webinar in the 2015 Smart Building Series…

The Future of Video Surveillance & its Place in the Internet of Things – Q&A with Martin Gren, Co-Founder of Axis Communications and developer of the 1st IP Video Camera.

In it we discussed Martin’s ideas and views on the future of Video Surveillance and the Internet of Things (IoT) as an open platform. Along with thoughts on the role of Video Analytics and VSaaS and how the market is evolving, and taking its cue from the consumer electronics industry.

Our next scheduled Free Webinars are;

  • Tuesday 24th February“Wireless Communications in Buildings” with Nick Hunn. Nick is the author of Short Range Wireless and an industry expert. We will be discussing the role Wireless and Energy Harvesting will play in BIoT.
  • Thursday 19th March“Cyber Security” with Billy Rios. Billy was part of the team that discovered vulnerabilities in Google’s BMS software at their Australia office. It will be a broad ranging discussion looking at what the Smart Building industry needs to do to prevent hacking and data leaks.

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