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Internet of Things in Public Safety

Against a backdrop of budget cuts and requirements for public safety agencies to be more efficient, digital transformation strategies are providing opportunities and deployment of more devices to leverage the benefits that the Internet of things (IoT) can provide.

The briefing will cover:
• Definition of the Internet of Things in public safety
• Key trends and case studies
• Forecasted public safety devices in 2024
• Data and storage requirements
•Growth areas and the security implications of IoT
Recorded Jun 30 2015 43 mins
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Senior Consultant Anthony Leather and HP CTO for video analytics David Humphrey
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