ISC East 2022 is coming up Nov. 15-17 in New York City, and the Security Industry Association (SIA) and ISC East recently revealed full conference details for the SIA Education@ISC East program, including keynote presentations from top luminaries and over 30 sessions from top industry expert speakers on the most current business trends, technologies and industry developments.
Among the robust lineup of conference sessions are several dynamic presentations focused on topics related to artificial intelligence (AI). At ISC East, you’ll discover expert insights on delivering end-to-end vision AI and video analytics solutions at the edge, capturing more business value from sensor and video data and more. Here are three sessions you won’t want to miss; make sure to add them to your ISC East calendar!
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Wednesday, Nov. 16, 10:30-11:15 a.m.
Today, advances in machine vision and AI are creating entirely new product categories; things like vision-based parking sensors, media curation, construction safety intelligence and threat detection – just to name a few; however, for solution providers, the journey from an AI model to delivering business value is far from simple.
“Analytics is the new it! But deploying analytics that solve business problems has been challenging – which problems can they solve, how do they really work, how accurate, how scalable, how expensive, cloud or edge – are just a few of the issues that solution providers and end users grapple with. Join this session with industry leading practitioners to unravel the decision maze behind this hot trend.”Devarshi Shah, CEO and co-founder, Lumeo
This talk discusses the various building blocks, considerations and challenges in building and delivering end-to-end vision AI and video analytics solutions at the edge or cloud.
- Janet Dabice (Fenner), chief marketing officer, Lumeo
- Jumbi Edulbehram, global business development, smart cities and spaces, NVIDIA
- John Nemerofsky, chief operating officer, SAGE Integration
- Devarshi Shah, CEO and co-founder, Lumeo
Artificial Intelligence and the New Paradigm of Securitiy – How to Harness Security as the Path to More Business Value Out of Converged
Thursday, Nov. 17, 11:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
This session will delve into the promise of AI and its modern capabilities in reshaping the future of security as a profit center rather than a cost center. Attendees will also discover the roadmap to sourcing, specifying and deploying of this technology
“Are you confused about what AI really means? Let’s demystify the promise of AI. Come to our session to hear from some of the most talented AI minds in the industry and learn how to leverage open analytics technology and capture more business value from sensor and video data. More importantly, how to use this data to drive new business measurable results!”Pierre Bourgeix, chief technology officer and founder, ESI Convergent, LLC
Come listen to some of the industry’s most talented leaders as we discuss how to leverage advanced analytics technology and capture more business value from sensor and video data.
- Pierre Bourgeix, chief technology officer and founder, ESI Convergent, LLC
- Prabhat Gupta, CEO, Megh Computing
Thursday, Nov. 17, 3:00-3:45 p.m.
Video analytics is still in its infancy. Today’s video analytics provide limited insights, which can translate to poor and inaccurate alerting. The metadata captured from video is typically configured for a single purpose (e.g., facial recognition) and does not provide much contextual understanding of a scene. This also means that the metadata is limited to the single use case, disconnected from the other algorithms, and unable to holistically understand a scene. This, in turn, leads to inaccurate alerting and too many false positives and missed alarms.
“Today’s video analytics are driven by single-threaded, purpose-built AI algorithms. There are algorithms for facial recognition. Algorithms for object and weapons detection. Algorithms for behavior recognition. Tomorrow, commercial enterprises will harness the power of explainable AI – multithreaded AI – to deliver real-time contextual analytics and precision alerts based on a more holistic understanding of a scene.”Dieter Joecker, chief technology officer, Oosto
Leading vision AI companies are starting to exploit the power of semantic segmentation and edge computing to deliver real-time contextual analytics and alerts to achieve a more holistic understanding of video footage. This session will discuss how leading companies will leverage semantic scene understanding and edge computing to deliver real-time contextual analytics and alerts based on a more granular and complete understanding of a scene.
- Dieter Joecker, chief technology officer, Oosto
You can access the full SIA Education@ISC conference program for only $75 by registering for a SIA Education@ISC 2-Day Pass here. And don’t forget to use SIA’s free registration link to sign up for the ISC East trade show.
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