VideoIQ CEO to Present at Security Investor Conference
BEDFORD, Mass., Dec. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --
VideoIQ, the recognized leader in intelligent all-in-one video surveillance solutions, today announced that CEO Ed Bednarcik will present at the upcoming Security Investor Conference, discussing the evolution of video surveillance technology and how the company is changing the way video is used. The conference, hosted by Imperial Capital, will be held Dec. 12-13, 2012, at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.
Bednarcik's session, scheduled for 2:45 p.m. in the Carnegie room of the Waldorf Astoria Hotel on Dec. 13, will focus on the recent innovations in the video surveillance industry and showcase customers' fundamental need for real-time prevention.
"It is no longer acceptable for surveillance technology tools to be used only for monitoring and storage," said Bednarcik. "At VideoIQ, we have created an end-to-end solution with the capabilities of real-time engagement and interaction, allowing users to prevent theft, vandalism and any unwanted activity on or in their premises. Video analytics in general have moved the industry from being reactive to proactive, creating an environment where customers can leverage real-time security information and VideoIQ is taking that to the next level by making what was once incredibly complex, delivered simply."
About VideoIQVideoIQ is a leader in providing innovative video surveillance solutions. VideoIQ's award-winning IP surveillance cameras and encoders include the most advanced, adaptive analytics in the industry, onboard NVR storage and enterprise class video management. Now, VideoIQ is delivering a new standard in megapixel surveillance, with zero bandwidth recording and full megapixel analytics. VideoIQ's simple and powerful surveillance solutions allow customers to proactively secure their most important assets across commercial, education, industrial, transportation, telecommunications and government markets. Learn more at www.videoiq.com or follow us on Twitter at @videoiq.
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