2020 Vision’s Peter Houlis talks about migration

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Mar 11
2011

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The annual CCTV User Group Conference takes place this year at The Belfry Hotel, Birmingham 13th -15th of June.

Peter Houlis managing Director of 2020 Vision Systems Limited has been invited to give his presentation on migration from analogue to IP CCTV based upon his recent article, From A to IP, published in Info4Security.

The theme of the conference “Challenges or Opportunities” explores the challenges every CCTV Manager is currently facing in terms of budget restraints on the operation of their CCTV system, the potential Government Regulation of Public Area CCTV and the current consultation on a new Code of Practice and the development of standards.

Conversely the optimist will always see every challenge faced, poses an opportunity. The User Group will explore how they can influence the future approach to Public Area CCTV. As well as looking at what CCTV Managers have achieved; developing income streams and embracing new technology to reduce costs and improve performance.

In line with the theme Peter’s presentation addresses the issues of why and how might end users switch from an analogue to a network video-based surveillance solution and outlines the reasons why migration is now such a compelling argument for host businesses.

The annual CCTV User Group Conference is the opportunity for those representing or involved in CCTV operation and management to gain and develop the skills, knowledge and techniques needed to address issues that really matter to today’s Public Space surveillance professionals.

For more information about the CCTV User Group and this prestigious event visit www.cctvusergroup.com

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