1:30pm IPVM: IPVM overview of the VSaaS state of market
2:00pm Vcloud.AI: AI powered cloud video surveillance and video analytics with IoT and automation.
2:30pm Agent VI: Cloud or on-premise real-time video analysis with alerts, video search, and business intelligence.
3:00pm Cisco Meraki: No more NVRs, Built in Analytics, drastically Simplified Management / Operations and more.
3:30pm Acti: Cloud-ready solution that uses video analytics to optimize business with real-time event handling and reporting.
IPVM Moderates Seller's Presentations
While companies can present for free, IPVM experts will moderate all presentations, asking critical questions and pointing out general risks to consider. Moreover, the IPVM community will participate, bringing its collective wisdom to raise relevant issues.
Criteria Used For Selection
No presenters pay IPVM anything. It is free to presenters to ensure that anyone can present and IPVM is not biased towards the presenters (as traditional shows all work). We will reviewed all submissions and provide feedback individually on selection. IPVM will continue to host shows with different themes throughout the year.
How The Live Presentation Works
IPVM will moderate the 20-minute presentations followed by a 10-minute QA session. IPVM will ask questions on behalf of the audience.
Presentations Recorded On-Demand
IPVM wants to give presenters maximum exposure to the IPVM community. Every presentation will become its own IPVM post, e.g., “Company X Presents” that includes the video, a short written overview, video, the transcript, our analysis, the presenter’s contact information and any comments that members want to ask.
Some of these companies have presented VSaaS in IPVM Online Shows already. For example, Milestone and IPConfigure. Will the presentations be different this time around or will they cover mainly the same material?
Also, is Hanwha going to present WAVE? I see that NetworkOptix is also going to do a presentation, so...
Yes, we've asked that presentations be different. We will be reviewing all presentations before the show.
Hanwha is presenting Wave and Network Optix NX Witness VMS. Hearing both providers will give members an understanding how each of the company's solution is different- Hanwha is offering an end-to-end system with Wave. Network Optix is a software only platform.
We will provide updates on specific presentation topics later this week.
After doing three shows- we've found that the final afternoon has a drop off in attendance. We hope that adding this presentation will increase the number of attendees on the final afternoon.
Also, we added the "state of market" after we announced the schedule to presenting companies. So rather than inconveniencing an entire day for an IPVM presentation, we slotted ourselves in where there was an opening.
Its worth noting that all presentations will be recorded and can be watched on-demand.
Does anyone know who is presenting the Cisco Meraki slot on Thursday?
We're in BST and CET and before we shift evening plans around, we wanted to make sure this will be demonstrating something new from Cisco MV that we've not already seen by attending European webinars earlier this year.
kind of interesting that VSaaS came out of the gate targeting SMB - primarily because of physical limitations they had no control over.... and now that these physical limitations have been mitigated to some extent, recent VSaaS offerings seem much more focused on Enterprise.
I work for Eagle Eye, and we support up to 10MP. The reality is that bandwidth becomes a bit of a concern, but if you have the bandwidth, we can support it. Personally I have an 8MP camera running at my house, and it works great. (It's a bit of overkill for looking at my front door, but when the Amazon guy leaves a package I can practically read the barcode.)
Disclosing that I work for Tyco. Tyco Cloud supports 8MP resolution cameras (cloud cameras and gateways that support most common camera including Axis etc.. and ONVIF) up to 4mbps and from 7 days 24X7 (or 168 hours of motion detected video) up to 5 years of cloud storage.
Manminder, thanks for your first comment. I reviewed each video posted at the end of this report and confirmed they all play. Can you tell which video you are unable to view? Alternatively, you can visit the VSaaS show home page to view the presentations.