Reliance High-Tech has announced details of its next Technology Day, which takes place on 24th March at Mercedes-Benz World in Weybridge. Alongside a specially chosen group of technology partners, Reliance High-Tech will look at how the cloud is impacting and influencing the development of next generation security and access control solutions and how these should also align tightly with IT security strategies.
This ‘ticket only’ Technology Day will offer end users, consultants, Information Technology and facilities managers an opportunity to hear from a diverse array of security industry experts about the latest technology developments and how these are influencing the future of electronic security. Senior personnel from Brivo, Eagle Eye, Milestone, Commend and Mobotix will present a range of topics in a number of executive briefings, covering a variety of issues such as the future of access control as a service, how hybrid solutions are integrating worlds, the evolution of surveillance camera technology, how analytics can be undertaken efficiently in the cloud and the growth of video surveillance as a service.
Complimenting these key note speakers will be an all-day exhibit hall where delegates can get hands-on with technology from additional partner companies such as BCD Video, Tiger Bridge Technologies and Thinking Software, who will all be showing how their solutions can work alongside each other to present the ideal security solution.
“We are living through an exciting time due to the way that the cloud, the internet of things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) are affecting security technology design and implementation,” commented Jas Murva, Head of Business Development at Reliance High-Tech.
“However, as more of this is used at the edge, on devices such as surveillance cameras, there remains a degree of confusion about how it can allow resources to be pulled to a central point, reduce energy consumption, facilitate connected thinking between devices and increase the potential power of analytics. This and many other subjects will be covered at our Technology Day, which will demystify the evolution of next generation cloud based security solutions,” Murva added.
Delegates can choose to attend either a morning or afternoon session, both of which will include the same speakers and content. Lunch, coffee and other refreshments will be provided and attendees will also have the opportunity to network with the guest experts and peers. For a bit of extra fun, Reliance High-Tech has arranged full access to Mercedes-Benz World and a session that will push delegate virtual racing skills to the limit on ultra-realistic racing simulators that capture the excitement, speed and driving demands of Formula One racing.
Alistair Enser, Chief Executive Officer at Reliance High-Tech, concluded: “I’m delighted that we have been able to work with our esteemed technology partners on our first Technology Day on cloud security. We aim to enlighten people about the importance of the cloud, demystify some of the myths, explain the facts about it, look at why it’s important to embrace its benefits and show the roadmap ahead.
“As an award winning integrator we invest almost £1m internally per year in specialist IT technology and skills and have direct experience of designing and installing the latest products and services available. Mercedes-Benz World is a fantastic location and I would urge any end-users, consultants, or facilities managers who want to better understand the future of security technology to attend. I look forward to welcoming guests personally on the 24th March.”
For more information, visit: www.reliancehightech.co.uk