Bringing Your Analog System Into the Future: Adding IP and Intelligence to Your Existing Surveillance Infrastructure
This event occurred on January 27, 2010 at 2:00 P.M. EST.
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What is the best way to upgrade existing video systems to IP and double their intelligence? What new approaches can streamline the process of converting to IP and provide a door to future technologies?
With the surveillance industry in the midst of transitioning from analog CCTV systems to IP cameras and networked video, you must be strategic in the design of new systems to ensure that your surveillance technology won’t become obsolete in just a few short years.
Register today for this free live webinar to hear how organizations are bringing their legacy analog systems into the future without replacing their entire infrastructure; also learn the importance of installing new systems that are designed to adapt to the most important technology advancements.
Join VideoIQ CTO Doug Marman to discuss:
- How to use analog in conjunction with advanced digital technologies to gain state-of-the-art surveillance solutions.
- The importance of video analytics; dealing with IP storage; bandwidth issues; the growth of event-driven video.
- How best to enhance your legacy system with automated threat detection capabilities.
- When to replace your legacy DVRs with today’s smart storage and security.
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Doug Marman, CTO and VP of Products
A 25-year security industry veteran with 25 security patents under his name, Doug Marman drives VideoIQ’s advanced technological solutions and strategic product development as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and vice president of products.
Prior to joining VIdeoIQ, Marman served as CTO for GE Security, Inc., where he focused on identifying critical technologies that would impact the security industry and developing strategic plans for research and development, licensing and acquisitions.
Marman played key roles in growing the first security business he worked for – Sentrol. The company grew from $15M to $2B, during which time it changed its name from Sentrol to SLC Technologies, to Interlogix and eventually, after being acquired, to GE Security. His responsibilities included marketing management, business development and strategic corporate planning. However, he spent most of his time scouring the security industry for the latest technology breakthroughs and mapping out how they will influence systems and practices. Marman studied a year of engineering and physics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and later studied wireless and RF design at Foothill College. However, he has no college degree – he is mostly self-taught. He spent years involved with GE’s Global Research Center, contributing to a number of further inventions with them, and enjoys working with some of the best PhDs in the world on truly breakthrough technologies.
Duration: 1 Hour