More and more, security and surveillance cameras are a part of the operations for almost every public sector mission.
But there are nearly as many camera systems and related tools as there are government users, with all sorts of issues still to be nailed down—from choosing the right cameras, to storing and analyzing the content, to public policy questions.
At DigitalVision2010—a free, all-day online conference Jan. 20—surveillance and security will be the subject of an interactive chat session, hosted by Government Video Editor Sanjay Talwani. It’s a great opportunity to bring forth some issues and discuss with other users and experts.
That chat—scheduled for noon (Eastern) Jan. 20—will be just a small part of DigitalVision2010. Produced by NewBay Media in partnership with the NAB Show, it will feature a sophisticated virtual environment with vibrant exhibit hall, company videos, live booth chats, product info, a resource center, a networking lounge, end-of-show prize drawings and more.
In addition to the chat on security and surveillance video, DigitalVision2010 will feature other scheduled chats led by the editors of leading technology publications. Subjects will include:
Olympics & Broadcasting, with Mark Hallinger, editor of TV Technology Europe;
Mobile TV Rollout, with Deborah McAdams, editor-in-chief of Television Broadcast; ?
Audio Loudness Issues, with James O'Neal technology editor of TV Technology;?
and 3D TV, with Tom Butts, editor-in-chief of TV Technology.
The event runs 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (Eastern) on Jan. 20, 2010. To register, visit www.digitalvision2010.com.
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