All 40+ presentations can now be watched on-demand, with 20+ hours of recorded video inside this report.
Here are the companies that presented and the recorded presentations inside this report:
40+ Companies Presenting
Here is an overview of each companies presentation - all times are EDT.
Recordings are available at the end of this report.
9:00am S&ST: The Bosch super funded 'startup' aims to disrupt the industry with an open app store
9:30am Vaion / Ava: With $20+ million in funding, bringing an open end-to-end AI video platform
10:00am Duranc: This US start-up is creating an AI VSaaS
10:30am Videoloft: Formerly Manything, aims to connect traditional systems to the cloud
11:00am Visual One: The YCombinator backed startup brings advanced AI analytics
11:30am: VergeSense: Y-Combinator backed AI-Powered Sensors for workplace environments w/ social distancing analytics
12:00pm: Lunch Break
1:00pm Cobalt Robotics: With $36+ million in funding last year, the Silicon Valley company aims to make security robots viable
1:30pm Indoor Robotics: Created an indoor drone, Tando, for autonomous, indoor patrolling
2:00pm Actuate: The former US Marine Officer led startup seeks to deliver cloud-based AI gun detection
2:30pm Mobiqam: Belgium-made, fully autonomous, battery-powered, rapid deployment surveillance system
3:00pm AndroVideo: Cloudless Facial Recognition IP Camera start-up
3:30pm Rhombus: Follows Meraki and Verkada, this California startup is developing a close end-to-end AI video surveillance offering.
4:00pm Iryx: Former FLIR and Arecont execs developing advanced AI thermal / camera offerings
4:30pm Oyla: Ex-Intel R&D head is looking to develop the next generation of 3D surveillance
Recordings are live at the end of this report
9:00am Qumulex: The ex-Exacq team is back aiming for a win with unified cloud video and access
9:30am Vintra: The Silicon Valley / Spain startup is developing real-time and investigative AI analytics
10:00am ZeroEyes: Founded by former Navy Seals and Wharton MBAs - seeks to bring their gun detection solution mainstream
10:30am Nelysis: Israeli startup bringing cyber security for physical security systems
11:00am Airfob/Moca System: Totally wire-free mobile access start-up makes any reader BLE compatible.
11:30am: Asylon: MIT Engineer founded start-up looks to automate security with early detection drones.
12:00pm: Lunch Break
1:00pm Proxy: Raised $42 million last month, see how they are using it to disrupt credentials.
1:30pm OpenPath: Raised $27 million for cloud mobile access control
2:00pm Density: Wants to improve access control with realtime analytics- backed by the same investors of Ring, Stripe, Twilio, and SpaceX.
2:30pm Alcatraz.ai : aiming to replace badging as an access point identification method by leveraging facial recognition
3:00pm Genea /Sequr: Find out why the cloud building services company thinks its Sequr access is the next big thing.
3:30pm Smart Entry Systems: The low-cost multi-tenant access startup presents why their cloud solution is better than costly incumbent.
4:00pm Deep Sentinel: The Bezos-backed company wants to disrupt alarm monitoring with an AI video based system.
4:30pm EyePark: Visitor management for vehicles - long range, contact less driver.
9:00am AnyVision: With $70+ million raised, this startup is looking to disrupt facial recognition.
9:30am Cawamo: Israel-based cloud and edge AI platform for detection.
10:00am Calipsa: London-based, deep learning AI company, working to reduce false alarms.
10:30am ViiSights: Israel start up focusing on behavioral recognition.
11:00am Monitoreal: AI targeted at the home market.
11:30am: SecuriThings: Israel startup uses AI to stop cyber-attacks on IoT devices in real time.
12:00pm: Lunch Break
1:00pm Boulder AI: Avigilon's COO is back taking the lead of this AI startup, see what his plans are.
1:30pm VXG: Canadian start-up offering an open AI VSaaS solution.
2:00pm Cvedia: US-based end-to-end AI Video Analytics.
2:30pm Defendry: AI-based remote monitoring solution.
3:00pm Safezone Tech: US start-up offering low-cost gunshot detection.
3:30pm Camect: US video analytics start-up focusing on the home market.
4:00pm Trueface: Analytics start-up offering face recognition, object recognition, threat detection, age analysis, and license plate recognition.
4:30pm Percepta: UPenn senior launching AI start-up detects shoplifting while preserving shopper privacy.
All presentations were recorded so members can watch them on-demand below:
Day 1 Recordings