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SEP 2017

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Free webcast! Sponsored by: Thursday September 21 2 pm ET Brought to you by: Speakers: The "Standards War" — Is it Over? www.securitysystemsnews.com/webcasts There's no charge to attend. Sign up online today! As the industry continues its transition from analog to IP, standards organizations have helped to ease that evolution by offering standardized approaches to connecting disparate pieces of security technology. Key standards and initiatives introduced in the early days of the transition have matured in tandem with the market, with some fi nding individual niches rather than continuing to compete with one another. So where do all the standards fi t now, and how are they working together in different segments of the market? Are there new entrants to the mix? What kind of benefi ts can integrators fi nd when using multiple standards within a system? Hear perspectives from ONVIF on the many ways that these complementary standards in the market can provide integrators with more effi ciencies in system design and expansion. Key takeaways include: • Understand the current landscape of standards impacting physical security • Learn the benefi ts provided by these standards • Identify specifi c ways standards can work in tandem to provide tangible business benefi ts to systems integrators Per Björkdahl Chair of the ONVIF Steering Committee; Director of Business Development for Axis Communications Jonathan Lewit ONVIF Communications Committee Chair; Director of Technology Leadership for Pelco by Schneider Electric Tim Purpura Publisher, Security Systems News Moderator: Standards in Evolving Technologies Webcast Series

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