A1 Security Industry Summit
Date: 19 Mar 2020
to 20 Feb 2020
Venue: Crowne Plaza, Rosebank, Johannesburg
Video surveillance cameras are the electronic eyes of any security operation. In the past, human supervision was needed to make sense of the images captured, and to assess whether certain events posed a security risk or not. With some organisations using hundreds or even thousands of cameras to protect their people and assets, manual review of footage is simply impossible – potentially leaving
them vulnerable to security breaches.
To help organisations overcome this challenge, and to optimise their security, Hikvision has built advanced Artifi cial Intelligence technology into our surveillance solutions. This means that our cameras, control-room equipment and back-end infrastructure can now ‘learn’ about potential threats for themselves by recognising people, vehicles and even behaviours.
Improving all aspects of security with ‘proactive’ detection and prevention The manual interventions needed with traditional security systems mean that teams were frequently reacting to breaches that had already happened. Artificial Intelligence changes all this by recognising potential threats before they impact company’s people or assets – allowing security teams to react immediately to neutralise any potential threat.
Representatives from the system users, technical developers, service providers and industry associations are invited to participate in the summit with the aim of determining a way forward on the AI impact on the security industry.
Who should participate?
• Security industry
• Property industry
• Government Agencies involved in safety
• Automatic Number Plate Recognition Developers
• Data Analytics Companies
DAY 1 19 MARCH 2020 THURSDAY
08:00 Registrations and morning refreshments
08:50 Opening by Chairperson
09:00 Surveillance platform integrating AI
Ricky Croock, CEO, Vumacam
10:00 Mid morning refreshments and networking
11:00 How Internet of Everything is shaping the Future Of Real World AI Applications
- Using nano neuron chips implanted in the human brain to
augment human intelligence and
- Assisting human response to life and the world around us
Andrè Immelman, CEO, aiQ Cognitive Technologies
11:45 AI application on the commercial side of the security industry
• Accurately predicting demand for goods and services, facilitating improved planning
• Effective cross and upselling via relevant recommendations
• Anticipating and mitigating customer churn
• Proactively detect equipment anomalies
• Yield optimisation on both the supply and demand side
• Proactively respond to events that that may impact the business
Herman Scheepers, Chief Product Office, Xineoh
12:30 Lunch and networking
13:30 Changes AI will bring to the security industry
• Smarter, adaptable, scalable, automated and predictive security strategy in order to
deal with the constantly evolving threats more effectively
• Strength in competitiveness for companies
• Making the security landscape more sophisticated
• Opportunity for security companies to stay abreast of the trend of integrating AI into
their existing security solutions
Vanessa Tyne, Senior KAM and Team Lead, Axis Communications
14:15 AI in cyber: securing the continent, company and community
• Global risk and the African perspectives
• Use of misuse of AI in cyber operations
• Dark side of IOT
Simba Chiwanza, Cyber Security Analyst, Wolfpack Information risk 15:00 Wrap up of day 1 with participants
Standard registration fee per person
R 7 999.00 VAT Excl.
Registration fee includes summit attendance for two days, refreshments,
lunch and does not cover transport and accommodation.
To register call Simon on:
078 103 4461 or email
Crowne Plaza, Rosebank,
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information contact Levi 079 189 1299
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