AVIGILON recently hosted its annual Asia Pacific Avigilon Conference (APAC) at the Mecure Hotel in Melbourne with more than 100 international and local Avigilon partners attending from more than 12 countries in the region.

According to Avigilon, it was a great opportunity to invite key customers to attend the APAC event, visit 2 high profile Avigilon sites, including Victoria University, and to visit in the 2016 Security Exhibition and Conference. 
 
“Along with the end user sites visits, Avigilon’s APAC Partner Event showcased not just product updates – as you’d expect from a manufacturer – but also Avigilon’s marketing and demand generation initiatives relevant to accelerating growth of the Avigilon partners’ business,” said Randolph Oudemans – Avigilon’s senior sales director, APAC. 

There were also live video calls from Avigilon’s James Henderson (senior vice president, global sales) and Dr. Mahesh Saptharishi (chief technology officer) to discuss Avigilon’s first step into artificial intelligence (AI) – in particular, Appearance Search, which gives users the ability to select a person or vehicle of interest in a camera view and then search the recorded video for them across all recorded cameras in the system, creating true actionable video.
 
“Security 2016 brings together many system integrators, installers, consultants and end-users wanting to know what’s new,” said Matthew Fisher – sales director, Oceania.

“That’s where Avigilon could showcase it’s H4 Series of megapixel cameras with built-in solid state hard drive (SSD) and analytics, the 30 megapixel (7k) Pro series of cameras, explain Avigilon’s patented self-learning analytics, and demonstrate our artificial intelligence – Appearance Search.” ♦