Mainstream Analytics – Preventing Theft and Vandalism

This webinar occurred on September 15, 2010 at 2:00 PM (EST).
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Intelligent surveillance solutions with video analytics can revolutionize the way your organization protects itself against security threats such as active theft and vandalism. These systems use analytics to not only detect and warn of threats, but immediately respond, preventing an incident from occurring in the first place. As a result, your organization can increase its security effectiveness and efficiency, preventing financial loss while lowering its overall costs.

Join Mark Gally, Vice President of Marketing at VideoIQ, for a discussion on what combination of mainstream analytics and other surveillance system components are being used by organizations of all kinds to prevent theft and vandalism. We will take a close look at recent advancements in video analytics that enable their use in the mainstream and examine real-world case studies from various organizations including businesses, schools, service depots, construction, critical infrastructure and non-profits.

Register today to hear how organizations of any size can leverage mainstream analytic protection to prevent crime, maximize security, and improve your bottom line.

This webinar occurred on September 15, 2010 at 2:00 PM (EST).
Watch this webinar On-Demand.


Mark Gally, VP of Marketing

As Vice President of Marketing, Mark Gally is responsible for VideoIQ’s marketing strategy and the overall market development.

Most recently Gally was the Director of Marketing at Merced Systems where he founded and lead all marketing activities for the company. During his tenure, Gally helped the company grow from $2MM to $50MM in annual sales by establishing Merced as the leader in both the Sales Performance Management and Service Performance Management market. Prior to Merced, Gally held senior positions at both Siebel Systems and MicroStrategy.

Gally has a BS in Engineering from Cornell University, a Masters in Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Masters of Business Administration from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management.

Duration: 1 Hour