Webinar: Using Machine Learning to Make Video Surveillance Smarter

** Recording of this Webinar can be Found HERE **

Please Join us on Tuesday 15th September for our 9th FREE Webinar in the 2015 Smart Building Series…

Using Machine Learning to Make Video Surveillance Smarter. Q&A with Carter Maslan, Founder & CEO of Camio.

Discussing the Future of Video Surveillance & how Camio are expanding their use of artificial neural networks; a machine learning technique that draws on the way networks of neurons in the brain adapt to new information.

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Webinar Highlights…

  • How Maching Learning Software, like Neural Networks, can make Video Surveillance smarter.
  • The Future of Video Surveillance and how the Home Video Monitoring Market is being Disrupted.
  • How Camio is expanding its use of artificial neural networks – a machine learning technique that draws on the way networks of neurons in the brain adapt to new information.

This is a really great FREE opportunity to hear a Silicon Valley Start Up, discuss their ideas on the future of Video Surveillance and Video Analytics Software.

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This Webinar is endorsed by the Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) –

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