Cognitec - Face Recognition Technology for Real-Time Surveillance: How Well Does It Really Work?
Speaker: Elke Oberg, Marketing Manager, Cognitec Systems GmbH
Asaccuracy, speed and camera capabilities advance, face recognition has provedits effectiveness in surveillance and people analysis scenarios. But increasinguse of such powerful technology is generating widespread concern and alarmingmisinformation. What can face recognition really do right now? Which commonchallenges hinder real-world implementations? Where does an application makesense, and what use cases are illusive, or even dangerous
Infotecs – IT Security in Industrial Automation
EVVA - Smart New World
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Speaker: Dipl.-Ing. Johann Notbauer, Leitung Marktinnovation und Technologie, EVVA Sicherheitstechnologie GmbH
Our world is constantly developing further. Especially technology is racing along.
Access systems are no exception from this trend. With nearly 100 years of experience,
EVVA already has a long tradition in the development and production of mechanical and electronic locking systems.
The "Smart New Worlds" presentation covers the range from innovations in traditional mechanical locking systems to
new developments in modern electronic access systems, and also provides a forecast of a shared future.
Wagner - Active fire prevention via oxygen reduction for a high-bay freezer warehouse in the USA
The system of active fire prevention has been established round here for years. The American market has discovered the oxygen reduction systems now: WAGNER presents its experience with the first realized fire prevention system protecting the world’s largest cold storage.
Speaker: Frank Siedler, V.P. Global Business Solutions WAGNER Group GmbH and PRESIDENT WAGNER Fire Safety, Inc.
Benefits of Deploying Intelligent Optical Inspection and Recognition Technologies
Intelligentoptical inspection and recognition technologies are critical in this world ofincreasing acts of terrorism as these technologies enhance the capability ofoptical based security systems to identify threats. Optical systems deployingartificial intelligence augment the human operation of these systems byremoving the human failings of short attention span, attention to minute detailand recognition of threats in an ever changing security environment.