Randy Lack, Manager IoT Video Surveillance, Dell Technologies and Ed Hsu, Advisory Systems Engineer
Advances in surveillance technologies are driving an explosion in data – by 2020, video surveillance is expected to reach 3.3 trillion captured video hours globally. To meet evolving requirements, organizations are rethinking surveillance data and application management strategies with architectures that are open, scalable, and
Across industries – government, transportation, stadiums, healthcare, education, and retail – these advances deliver the ability to improve security with facial recognition, anomaly detection, digital evidence management, loss prevention, and more.
The challenge is how to best manage, analyze, share, and secure the volume of data coming from body worn and vehicle mounted video cameras, drones, license plate readers, audio/video reconnaissance, higher resolution video cameras, longer
retention times, and the growing opportunity to integrate video and IoT data.
Join special guest Randy Lack of Dell Technologies, as he discusses how organizations meet those challenges, and how Dell Technologies is uniquely positioned to deliver a robust solution built with best-of-breed scale-out storage, integrated with an extensive VSM partner ecosystem.
Randy Lack, Manager IoT Video Surveillance, Dell Technologies
Ed Hsu, Advisory Systems Engineer