Conference Sessions Revealed - Last Week Save $100By IPVM Team, Published Feb 24, 2022, 12:00am EST
Register Now, and save $100 on registration for the IPVM Conference 2022; which is radically expanding 3x larger with live testing, education, and company presentations. Join IPVM on September 28th, and 29th, at the Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott for 2-days of insightful sessions, networking, and food.
Conference Sessions led by IPVM Founder John Honovich just revealed below
Direct To Cloud Disrupts Video
Ava, Verkada, and others are disrupting the fundamentals of video surveillance by eliminating the VMS / VSaaS. We examine how this is happening and what impact will it have.
VSaaS Replacing VMS
NVRs and VMSes are being quickly replaced by VSaaS, either by new entrants or incumbents adopting. We examine how this is happening and what impact will it have.
The Rise of Non-Video Sensors
The 2010s was the era of megapixel cameras. This decade is witnessing the rise of others including environmental, LiDAR, RADAR, and more. We examine how this change the market.
The Future of Weapons Detectors
Metal detectors were a sleepy market for decades. Now "weapons" detectors promise to change screening and create a multi-billion new market. We examine the opportunities and challenges herein.
The Fate of Axis
Axis was the world's Western biggest manufacturer for years. Now, we examine threats to the company both from inside and outside and the future of the giant.
The Endgame of Motorola's 10 Acquisitions
10 in the last few years, 2 so far this year. Nearly $3 billion has been spent. Will Motorola dominate, blow themselves up, or somewhere in between?
Hikvision, Bans, And Sanctions
The PRC government subsidiary has become the world's largest video surveillance manufacturer but now it faces off against the world's most powerful country. We examine the outcome.
Access Control Ascending
For years, access control has been viewed as the slower, smaller sibling to video surveillance in physical security. We examine the rise of cloud and mobile and how access is being transformed.
Venture Funding and SPAC Crisis
Last year was the best ever for physical security funding but in the last 6 months, most of the SPACs had their valuation plummet and Silicon Valley is now suddenly nervous. We examine the impact.
The Market In 2030
AI, Facial Recognition, Cloud, Mobile, and more are changing the market. We evaluate how this will most help and hurt by the end of this decade.
What's included with registration:
- Live testing of numerous manufacturer products side by side
- Education sessions by IPVM instructors
- Debate trends with executives and IPVM leadership in the main hall
- Manufacturer presentations
- Food (2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 1 dinner)
Discounted registration is $899, ends Tues. May 24th, 2022, and 100% refundable thru June 1, 2022. Limited to 300 people.
Come see live product tests, run by IPVM staff, on video analytics, facial recognition, cloud access control, mobile access control, and more. This has never been done before. Instead of manufactured controlled demos, we will set up competitors side by side and show what really works and what does not.
Products tested will include Avigilon, Axis, Bosch, Brivo, Eagle Eye, Genetec, Hanhwa, Meraki, OpenEye, Openpath, Verkada, and Wyze. A final list will be provided in the Spring, if you have suggestions, please share in the comments.
Test products yourself to see how they work and do not, side by side against competitors.
Get training in-person from IPVM instructors in video analytics, access control, and more from our current courses. This will feature popular class sessions for those that want to learn about specific fundamentals.
See manufacturers present products, ask executives tough questions, and get answers with 30 minute presentations / Q&A. Unlike trade shows, there will be no be cost for manufacturers to present. For those interested, please email email@example.com. We will be preparing a list and schedule of manufacturer presentations this Spring.
Trends / Debate
Debate the biggest trends in video surveillance with IPVM's Founder John Honovich, special guests, numerous executives, and other attendees.
IPVM will start each session with a concise explanation of a topic's core issues and then open the floor to a moderated Q/A and debate amongst attendees and IPVM.
The goal is for attendees to interact with each other and IPVM, gaining a deeper understanding of strategic challenges and how it impacts their organizations. We did this successfully last year with a richness of debate and discussion unprecedented in this market. We are excited to do more and better this year. Watch for the final schedule and many special guests to be announced this Spring.
Of course, like IPVM itself, these conferences will have no sponsors nor advertisers, etc.
For both days, breakfast is scheduled for 8:00 AM ET with the Conference starting at 9 AM.
The first day (Wednesday the 28th) will conclude with an included dinner scheduled at 6 PM.
The second day (Thursday the 29th) will conclude with lunch from 12 to 1 PM.
IPVM staff will be available on the afternoon of the last day to answer your remaining questions.
No Mask / Vaccine Requirement
Neither vaccination nor masks are required at the Conference, in line with current local law. This was removed on March 2, 2022.
The Conference is being held at the Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott, which is located on-premise at the Airport, making it simple to fly in as well as easy to be reached from the I-95 Interstate and the NY Metropolitan area. The video below overviews the 585 room hotel:
A complimentary shuttle is available from & to Newark Liberty International Airport - EWR.
Book hotel group rate here. Discounted hotel rate is 149 USD per night, last day to book is Wednesday, September 7, 2022.
Full refunds are available until June 1, 2022, so make sure to look into the $100 savings that ends on Tues. May 24th.
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