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Powering Business Transformation with Computer Vision

About this event

One of the most compelling challenges facing the safety and security industry is scalability, especially when it comes to managing video data. Computer vision is fast becoming an essential requirement to the majority of safety and security projects. Building an architecture that can scale means that complex deployments become manageable.

In this workshop you will learn from industry leaders Dell Technologies and Nvidia on how Computer Vision and Digital Video surveillance are coming together to unlock business value with real-time video analytics. The session will demonstrate how Computer Vision is driving real-time business decisions with a major European retailer and a major Middle Eastern airport hub. These two real-world examples will allow you to understand the major differences between a distributed architecture and a centralised architecture, and how to overcome some of the key challenges.

This session will highlight the below :

  • Breaking down the Edge: A quick introduction to Computer Vision
  • Understanding the different architecture strategies
  • Use Case example: Smart Retail
  • Use Case example: Smart Airport
  • Panel Discussion with Q&A

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Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    James Meakin Computer Vision, Safety and Security Marketing Director @ Dell Technologies

  • Guest speaker
    Hani Khalaf CTO IoT and Digital Cities @ Dell Technologies @ Dell Technologies

  • Guest speaker
    Charbel Aoun Smart Cities & Intelligent Video Analytics Director @ NVIDIA

  • Guest speaker
    Nigel Steyn Computer Vision Business & Technical Architect @ Dell Technologies

Messe Frankfurt Middle East

Messe Frankfurt is the world’s largest trade fair, congress and event organiser with its own exhibition grounds with over 2,600 employees at 30 locations.

The Group’s Dubai-based subsidiary, Messe Frankfurt Middle East, currently organises 16 trade fairs & a series of conferences across the region.