New Products Online Show April 2020 - On-Demand Recording of 40+ Manufacturers Presentations

By Donald Maye, Published Apr 24, 2020, 09:13am EDT (Info+)

All 40+ presentations can now be watched on-demand, with 20+ hours of recorded video inside this report.

Our preview video shows what you can watch on-demand:

Here are the companies that presented and the recorded presentations inside this report:

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All presentations were recorded so members can watch them on-demand below:

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No Axis? Wow, big mistake.

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If this trends, many companies will just host their own or find an outlet to do so.

I hope this works out well for IPVM, not doing any cartwheels yet.

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If this trends, many companies will just host their own or find an outlet to do so.

I am pretty confident we have a strong competitive position against traditional 'shows' to do this.

One, our business model allows us to make this free to presenters. Reed / ISC West will likely do virtual conferences but are they going to make it free to presenters? That's where I think the disruption is, the economics are flipped and it's structurally hard for incumbents to respond.

Two, presentations at an IPVM online show are going to be higher quality - both because presenters know they face real questions from you all and that IPVM is not afraid to call problems out.

Three, we already have a critical mass of qualified 'buyers', if you will, that makes it attractive for presenters to present.

Btw, I totally think companies should host their own and many already do. The advantage of IPVM is that we reach a broader audience. Even a large incumbent mainly reaches its existing partner / customer base while IPVM gives them access across the industry.

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No Lenel either which is also a bummer. Come on Lenel and AXIS get with the program! Get it? See what I did there?

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It could be a good idea to have Axis presenting their new Body worn solution.

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Kris from the Scylla team will send an email to apply for the show in May for startups.

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SUPER Excited for this!

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Very good. We look forward to participating in the near future.

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I truly truly truly cannot express how excited I am!

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Great work!!

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Whoop! Really excited about this. Great to see the IPVM team giving all these companies this opportunity in these unprecedented times. This has no doubt been and will be a lot of work - so thank you team IPVM!

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Really fast execution on a very good idea. You guys are smarter than the average bear.

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I must have missed it but when are Dahua and Hikvision's time slots again?

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A few companies have reached out asking us why they were not included in the April show. We relied on companies to contact us directly for inclusion, so if someone from your team did not reach out, you were not considered.

For the April Show, we had over 80 submissions, with limited spots. For future shows, please contact onlineshows@ipvm.com for consideration.

While the next Online Show in May will focus on start-ups, our intent is to continue running shows throughout the year to give companies an opportunity to participate - so let us know if you are interested.

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Does a participant need to be an IPVM member?

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Frank- presenters do not. However, to participate as an attendee, you would need to be an active member.

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So this also serves as a membership drive. ;-)

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Our general philosophy is to add more and more things to membership to make membership move valuable, whether that is reporting, tests, the Calculator, online shows, etc.

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Got it. Thanks.

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I would like to see a show that focuses on Disruptive Technologies.

What Is Disruptive Technology?

Disruptive technology is an innovation that significantly alters the way that consumers, industries, or businesses operate. A disruptive technology sweeps away the systems or habits it replaces because it has attributes that are recognizably superior.

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Alan, thanks for your first comment! Our next show in May is going to focus on start-ups - so we expect to see a lot of companies with new ideas/technologies.

IPVM is not going to call it a 'disruptive technology' show because it could be misused as an endorsement or hype - which we want to avoid.

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Very impresive and advanced technology, AI integration, new functionalities were shown, but any of them could change the industry?

Where could the next big step come from, big or little players?

What kind of technologies could change the way video surveillance works?

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I got an email today from a Zoom address saying that my registration for this event had been cancelled. Anyone know what that's about?

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Please disregard that email. You are still registered. We sent a newsletter update with the correct information.

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IPVM team, I'm looking forward to seeing the show.
I have a question some other participants may also have:

I've got the e-mail with a link to join up the sessions for Aprl 14 only.


Meanwhile, I've got this.

Your registration for April Online Show has been canceled.
You will not receive any further email about this meeting.
I assume it should be disregarded.

Will we receive an invite for April 15 separately, or we use the same link?

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I got 5 cancellation email:)

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Hi Sergey,

Please ignore the email about the show being canceled. We had to resend the invites. In your email we just sent a newsletter with the correct zoom information. This link can be used for any of the 3 days.

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How can we join showing in the next round?

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Hi Dori,

We are vetting for May shows right now. Would you mind sending me a little more information about your company to Adam@ipvm.com or onlineshows@ipvm.com

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maybe stretch it to 45min slots as it seems most are running out of time

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Paul, good feedback. We need to think carefully about time slots. Naturally, based on the clock, 30 minute or 1 hour sessions are easiest for people to follow (i.e., it starts at 1 p.m. is easier to remember for most than it starts at 1:15 pm). On the other hand, I certainly agree that some sessions need more time. Not entirely sure how to handle, do some presenters get an hour or? Thoughts?

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Solid first go at it!

I agree that 45 minutes would be ideal, especially given the average persons attention span. But I would say to improve the flow, IPVM as the host, could extend 1 hr to those with exceptional content vs those like Clinton that have a short and concise message (30 min). Also, I would suggest it be a prerequisite that every manufacturer have a tech expert presenting with a Sales Representative, (preferably field sales vs Marketing Mgr (Talking Head). To be blunt, most technical resources (Product Managers, Engineers, etc.) do not present very well. Especially to an Integration Sales Professional or an End-User. I know its hard to please all, just perspective from my side of the fence (Integrator). I also appreciate the deep dive on tech but, how I can make money reselling a solution or how a user can realize value in the investment could be focused on a little more IMHO. Last, Also agree with UD #13, I like to see more UI Demos and less PPT slide.

Nevertheless, well done in seizing an opportunity to build your brand and support the industry! v/r

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I think 30 minutes is perfect. Manufacturers were supposed to present on a new product/technology they are bringing to the market. There were a few that talked about their company more than their product/technology. It seemed to me that the majority of the presenters had enough time, but that was just me. Good job on the first round IPVM, hope to have time for the upstarts in May.

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I think it should just be more demo-based content. I don't need to see your slides on where you have offices, or logos of companies you have sold to, etc. Just show products/features. That would save a lot of time for most of the presentations.

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I heartily agree, but I suppose this is where you need to start discussing personality types and job roles. An executive maybe would be more entertained by the offices and logos and would care a little less about seeing a system that their underlings will use. But I would say that doesn't describe most people on IPVM.

I don't really dig powerpoints in the first place, but I'll (grudgingly) concede that there are some points that are easier to make with a list or table than by looking at the product. For example, distributors or pricing, or supported protocols/formats.

Things that I personally don't want to see on your slides: how agile your company is, how innovative your solutions are, the word "secure" with no details. News flash: this is a New Products show. Every company presenting is innovative, or they shouldn't be here.

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Notes on the morning session:

  • Zoom seemed to work reasonably well. One presenter could not get his microphone to work, so his co-presenter had to do the session alone. Another presenter did not realize his microphone was muted. There were some echoes for another presenter. Some viewers had trouble with audio or video (I did not).
  • Several manufacturers had trouble fitting into the allotted thirty minutes. There's a lot of material they want to present, while answering questions also. The last ten minutes is always reserved for questions, but Sean would interrupt to ask a question on occasion. Even then, there were many questions that went unanswered.
  • Switching between presentations is tricky because you really want to get that one last question in. But on the starting side, at least one presenter was hesitant to start as if they were waiting for somebody to yell "Go".

I personally was most impressed with OpenEye's presentation, but FLIR and SAFR did well also. The analytics companies still intimidate me because there's so many and they all have a lot of amazing features. Ipsotek's scenario-based rule engine was intriguing.

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I would love to see tyco security products in here, esp Kantech, CEM and their CCTV offerings.

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When do the on demand posts go up?

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We are going to have the recordings uploaded the day after the live show itself.

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Any plans for a pole to vote on the best presentation for each day?

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I think it's a good idea abstractly, the problem will be having enough people who watched all the presentations to know which one was best. Otherwise, Avigilon or Hanwha or other big companies will win just by name recognition.

I am not opposed to recognizing companies who do better, we just need to think through a way that is fair and appropriate.

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Yes, that would be an issue. What about if you limited the poll to the end of each presentation so only the people that watched live could vote?

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I do think we should have some rating or votes at the end of each presentation - "How interested are you in this?" or "How good was the presentation?" Also, perhaps, "Do you want this company to contact you to about this product?", Thoughts?

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It would be interesting to see the total attendance during each session, that could be the most objective metric.

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Having been on it all afternoon, I can tell you it's not that objective. At some point, we started getting messages asking about recordings and mentioning the US/Europe time difference. I'd say around 3-4pm here it started dropping (8-9pm GMT) because of the time difference. The reverse is also possible, though I wasn't on the morning calls. The first session was at 6am on the West Coast, so a lot of folks likely would not be waking up just for that.

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Yes true. I would have watched the whole thing if matched with my TZ, as it is I will probably only catch Thursday live as that's my industry, the rest I'll selectively watch recordings.

Still would be interesting to see the attendance graph...bound to be some spikes as well as troughs :)

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poll.

sorry, it's my OCD making me post that.

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UPDATE: Day 1 recordings are now posted in the report.

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Woohoo!

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Team IPVM,

Great job! The level of planning must have been intense. I have attended several session, the audio, commentary and transitions were spot on.

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Thanks for letting FLIR be a part of the show!

any questions, please email me directly marty.major@flir.com - and I will get it to the right person who can give you what you need.

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Member feedback:

As some feedback on your online trade show, its been great so far, the only thing different would have been an opening ceremonies type call where you talk about the state of the website and then a daily opening call highlighting who is talking that day

I think that's a good idea. Questions / thoughts?

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I think that is a nice idea. A little formal introduction would be nice touch. How about a little IPVM state of the industry address. Meet the team, Maybe even a few slides a bout new benefits of being a member and initiatives or projects IPVM is considering for future content, topics, and evaluations. Then close with brief Q&A just like the factory presentations.

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Great Content this afternoon!

Viakoo CFMU, Cast LED Lighting, Ditek Surge, and others. Didn't catch it all but glad I can recall recordings. Fantastic knowledge-base and leading edge application solutions integrators need to be aware of. Getting VMS and camera updates are easy, but the presentations by these complimentary lines were well done and much more appreciated by me.

One note on Ditek, like their product but would recommend consulting an Electronic Engineer like John Percore when you have concerns/questions. I have seen my share of improperly installed Ditek equipment in past life in the field. So, I did allot of research several years ago and learned of him through an old colleague. I believe he is an absolute SME on the science and best practices. He is very accessible on LinkedIn and knows more about surge protection than anyone I have encountered.

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Thanks for the suggestion. I'll reach out to John and exchange contacts.

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I appreciate the positive feedback on our product, Undisclosed Integrator #14. Feel free to reach out to me directly if you come across improperly installed installed equipment in the field. Unfortunately, some people completely disregard the installation manuals! And a surge protector is only as good as the installation :)

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after listening to all the recorded Day 1 sessions above (ok most all of them) - and most of today's presentations - I find the widely-different approaches taken by each manufacturer to be interesting.

it seems to me that if a marketing person is the lead, they talk a lot more about the 'brand'.... yet when technical people lead there is a lot less of the brand focus and more demo-focused, 'check this out' kind of material.

am I wrong?

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It's a natural difference in the roles. Sales and marketing typically talk a lot, and engineers like showing off cool things they can do.

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agree.

so which method works best for a 'new product' online show platform?

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UPDATE: Day 2 recordings are now posted in the report.

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Just wanted to take some time to thank everybody at IPVM who put this together and all the presenters, some of whom were hauled in at the last minute. I think everything went well. The videos were informative, and we got some good questions in. Thanks to Adam for staying on top of moving presenters in and out, and thanks to Sean, Brian, and everybody else who was keeping up with our questions and getting them answered!

Same time next year?

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A toast to the IPVM crew!

How to Propose a Toast | Our Everyday Life

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Where else could it be a good showcase for industry players to show their most recent advances and releases after ISC West cancellation?

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Thoroughly enjoyed today! Part trade show, part talk show ... great format to keep everyone's attention. Well run and kept everything moving and on time.

Good idea to group similar types of solutions together (like having the access control mostly today).

Looking forward to next one.

Thanks!

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Best Slide Deck: Digifort

(not a Digifort employee or partner)

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Best Presenter: Michael Molinari from DITEK.

(don't know the guy)

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Awesome! Enjoyed both the live and recorded sessions (due to huge time difference from my end)

Greatly satisfied that this alone is already worth the annual IPVM membership fees paid from my own pocket.

Two Thumbs Up!

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Lots of info. I like the recordings as I could not listen to everything live.

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UPDATE: Day 3 recordings are posted. The entire show is now available on demand.

Over the next several weeks, the IPVM team will create individual reports for each of these presentations.

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I thought the ZK new face product was nice, easy and fast. They claimed it was their own but on LinkedIn today uniview has the exact product, so obviously it is an oem product

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Thanks for your kind words and comment. Please e-mail me at larry.r@zktecousa.com and provide me a datasheet or link to the Uniview body temp reader you're referencing. I'll be glad to explain the differences between their model and our USA patent pending model SF1008+ which we manufacture (except for the thermal sensor). Thank you

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The ZKTeco face product is a USA patent pending device manufactured by ZKTeco.

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More research on the Uniview heat tracker (face reader with body temp detection). It is far inferior to the ZKTeco SpeedFace model SF1008+. SpeedFace stores & matches up to 50,000 faces. Uniview stores only 10,000. SF1008+ also includes face recognition (when user wears a mask), palm recognition, and mask detection. Do you agree Uniview is inferior to ZKTeco SpeedFace? Are you convinced ZKTeco does not OEM Univew?

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Not really as they are exactly alike. Yes you store more but that can be part of the oem deal. Uniview also supports mask detection.No big deal here as the product looks good no matter who it is bought from.

OET-213H-BTS1—Zhejiang Uniview Technologies Co., Ltd. features

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I genuinely appreciate your positive feedback regarding the technology. But note our patent pending SpeedFace is also IP68 and IK04 rated. SpeedFace and the Uniview models are both standalone readers. ZKTeco has been manufacturing standalone readers for 20 years. Uniview is primarily a camera company. I think it less likely a camera company could manufacture a standalone reader so quickly after COVID-19 breakout. Regardless who manufactures it, trust you agree that body temperature detection is a helpful tool in helping businesses reopen faster.

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Anyone else having trouble changing the resolution on the player?

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nevermind. User Error

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It felt like Speed Dating. 20 minutes to get the presenter's point across, plus answering questions the manufacturer couldn't filter. IPVM did a great job of moderating the questions and for the most part, the chat was respectful. I look forward to the next show.

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Huge 'thank you' to IPVM for allowing IDIS to participate in the first round of this series of online shows. We appreciate everyone taking the time to listen to our presentation and hope that we were able to answer all of your questions. Feel free to reach out to me anytime for any additional information over this camera or any other IDIS offerings. You can reach me by email at jasonb@idisglobal.com, or visit our website at www.idisglobal.com.

Thanks again! - Jason Burrows, Regional Sales Director, Western US"

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Great job on your IDIS presentation, Jason! And I'd also like to give a huge shout-out to IPVM for producing such a fun, innovative and informative event. Reminder if anyone has any face (or palm) recognition and/or body temp detection questions, be sure to check out our 30-second YouTube video;

You can reach me by email at larry.r@zktecousa.com or visit our website www.zktecousa.com.

Thanks and stay safe everyone! - Larry Reed, CEO, ZKTeco USA"

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Is it possible to download the videos?

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Not at this time. We want to keep these as a member-only benefit.

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Yes,

I can tell you how with JH permission

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#10, we don't support or license members to download or share our videos.

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Hi. Understandably, many viewers think our device is a surveillance camera, primarily because so many surveillance camera vendors are adding thermal sensors to their cameras. The SpeedFace is an access control terminal. It stores and matches credentials (i.e. PINs, face, palms).

Consider SpeedFace like a badge reader with a face reader and thermal sensor. A badge reader either opens an electric relay or sends a Wiegand signal when it recognizes a valid card. SpeedFace does the same thing except Speedface matches face & palms and will NOT open the relay (or send Wiegand) if the body temperature is out of range.

The purpose of SpeedFace is to prevent anyone with elevated body temp from entering the premise. Viewing a video after the person has entered the premise is too late. You can however view the access logs which have all the times users were denied and granted access.

Please let me know if I answered your question.

Thank you.

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Curious, for the Brivo demo what that an IPVM moderator asking the questions? It was entertaining.

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Hello Und #2: I was the IPVM moderator for the Brivo session. Did you get all your questions answered?

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It was good. That voice does not match your face. But well done, it kept my attention.

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To be clear, I'm speaking of the voice that dominated the session with questions. The replay factor for this session will be high, as that voice brings a smile to my face.

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Thanks! You may be the only person on earth that I make smile with my voice.

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Nice work guys.

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