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Next big thing for video analytics delivered at 4th Intelligent Video 2.0 Conference

4th Intelligent Video 2.0 Conference introduces the Next Big Thing for Video Analytics – moving beyond security applications and switching to end-to-end vertical solutions.

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Traditional VCA functionality such as Object Detection has globally contributed to increases in camera system capability and is already well known among customers. All-over-IP experts will deliver insight into advanced vertical solutions that allow businesses to optimize their operations and improve productivity.


An increasing number of retail, manufacturing, logistics, hospitality and other businesses are currently purchase video analytics solutions for their marketing, sales, security and HR applications.


4th Intelligent Video 2.0 Conference features:


Global and Russian Market for Video Analytics. Figures and Forecasts.

Big Data, Mobile, HTML5, Cloud: IT Is Coming to Town.

Video Content Analysis Pushing Down Costs and Driving Operational Performance.



Intelligent Search of Archival Video Recordings for City Surveillance.

Next Generation Video Analytics Delivered by Machine Vision Cameras.

People Detection, Tracking and Counting ? for Marketing and Security.

Video Analytics vs. Forest Guards: Fire and Smoke Detection.



Metadata as Big Data.

Facing the Challenge: Detecting Violent Behavior.

Mobile Devices in Intelligent Video Surveillance.

Multiple Camera Video Analytics.

Cloud Migration: Innovative Approaches to Storage Architecture.


6th Annual International ALL-OVER-IP EXPO 2013 is Russia-s No. 1 networking event for global IT, Surveillance and Security vendors and key local customers. All-over-IP brings together major global and Russian brands to ensure the best marketplace for the latest technology and innovation, and to lead customers to the Next Big Thing.


Primary Sponsor of All-over-IP Expo 2013: ITV | AxxonSoft ? a leading software developer that combines IP-based physical security management, intelligent video surveillance, and an enterprise-wide platform.


Companies interested in exhibiting should contact Alla Aldushina at For keynote speaking opportunities please contact Olga Fedoseeva at


* Source: Homeland Security Research. 6th Annual International ALL-OVER-IP EXPO 2013

November 20?21, 2013

Russia, Moscow, Sokolniki Expo



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