ESX 2019 to explore video surveillance and monitoring trends

Experts to talk AI, improved verification practices and high-demand markets
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Wednesday, March 13, 2019

IRVING, Texas—Security professionals will converge on Indianapolis, June 3-6, for the Electronic Security Expo (ESX) 2019, a key industry event where experts will explore today’s video surveillance and monitoring trends and share best practices during the conference’s peer-led breakout sessions.

While the global market size of surveillance is projected to nearly double by 2024, according to a report from Market Study Report, technological advances, increased public awareness of the role of surveillance and an increased adoption of artificial intelligence solutions are all driving demand for products and services in the electronic security industry.

ESX 2019 will look at how major players are already making moves to grow their market share, and how other businesses can be sure they get their piece of the growing video surveillance pie.

According to ESX, the solution lies in “getting ahead of the curve, and that comes through preparation and education. The passionate professionals who attend these breakout sessions will leave better informed, so they can take advantage of the oft-projected growth of the global video surveillance market.”

Accomplished security professionals their peers will discuss ways to tap into this growth, such as reaching high-demand markets, adopting artificial intelligence solutions and implementing streamlined processes for monitoring centers.

Sessions will include:
•    Artificial Intelligence (AI) Real Time Video Monitoring Solutions to Take the Guess Work out of Alarm Verification;
•    Top 3 Ways to Grow Your Video RMR;
•    The Manager’s Guide to Monitoring Center Benchmarking: Top Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to Manage Change;
•    When Time is Actually Money: How to Streamline New Technology Deployments in the Monitoring Center; and
•    5 Hot Markets for Video Surveillance.

Click here to learn more about the education offered at ESX and see the full schedule. The early-bird rate of $250 is available until April 19.

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