Frank Splain | Product Manager, Smart Edge Devices
IP cameras powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) analytics are one of the latest technological advancements to hit the video surveillance industry. Machine learning algorithms help to instantly detect people, objects like vehicles and more. Let’s explore how video analytics have evolved over the years, from first-generation analytics, like video motion detection (VMD), to simple video analytic tasks and now AI.
Today, a powerful new digital technology is emerging - Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Previous waves of digitalization have delivered ubiquitous broadband, internet access for billions of people worldwide, mobile connectivity, and the Internet of Things (IoT) which has opened the door to a wealth of data and information.
Now, by creating a real-time dialogue between people, things and information, we are entering a hyperconnected era where AI can be applied in real, everyday business situations.
A data explosion is underway. To manage it and the costs associated with it, organizations need to adopt a new approach and optimize their data economics.
We recently sponsored a paper that explores the ongoing data explosion from esteemed technology economist and pioneer Dr. Howard Rubin. While data used to grow exponentially, it’s now accelerating beyond this, requiring a new approach. That leads us to ask questions such as:
VAD Technologies and Simplifai arranged a “Digital Boardroom” for Top Technology Leaders from the Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) Industry in the Middle East Region to discuss how to leverage the Power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Operational Excellence. on March 24th, 2021.
Digital Boardroom Recordings Available: “How can retailers implement ‘Real-time Data Centricity’ and reap the benefits?”
VAD Technologies in collaboration with Exasol organized a “Digital Boardroom” for Senior Technology Leaders from leading Retail Organizations in the MEA Region to discuss how to develop a real time approach to data & analytics in a post-pandemic world on March 22nd, 2021.
Executive Editor Rabab Zehra interviewed Mario M. Veljovic – GM VAD Technologies for the ‘TECHx ICT Distribution Feature’
TECHx: What is the 2021 market outlook for VAD? As a distributor, what are your key strategic focus areas this year?
MV: 2020 showed everyone the need for Digital Transformation and that is not just a crazy idea. Information & Communication Technology (ICT) is the glue that helped to keep it all together during this pandemic and made it less painful. As VAD, we have been promoting everything related to ensuring Businesses’ Digital Transformation goals become reality and we have always been a pioneer and innovator in this area. Accordingly, we have been ahead of the market in scouting new disruptive products and solutions that will help businesses to reduce Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and achieve fast Return of Investment (ROI). We feel we are on the right Mission and maintain our Strategic Focus!
For Tahawultech | Reseller Middle East’s February Magazine, Mario M. Veljovic, General Manager at VAD Technologies, tells Editor Anita Joseph in an exclusive interview that better communication and flexibility are key to resilience in the channel .
Here you can read the full Interview with the Editor:
Simplifai has signed a long-term cooperation and development agreement with VAD Technologies (VAD) that has been designed to fast-track the market penetration of Simplifai’s AI solutions and lay the foundation for a permanent presence in the Middle East
For Arabian Reseller Magazine, Editor Chris N. Fernando spoke to Mario M. Veljovic, the General Manager of VAD Technologies, about the challenges faced in 2020 and the opportunities to look out for, in 2021.
Here you can read the full Interview:
Grab a hot drink, pull up your chair and get ready for an exciting new announcement from Pure Storage.
We have a great set of Puritan panelists ready to provide a deep-dive on Pure’s vision for the Modern Data Experience.
Join your fellow professionals and find out about the expectations for storage and data management, requiring storage to be dynamic, provide a cloud experience via shared services, flexible on-demand consumption and be delivered as code to application developers and operations managers.