Special presentation - An intro to Hybrid Cloud Video Security

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Moving beyond CCTV  for video security in education

Institutions are quickly moving to the cloud to enable remote access, support greater video monitoring scale and improve usability of surveillance systems away from the need for expensive and unreliable NVR/DVR CCTV solutions

Watch our special presentation as our expert guests showed you how to quickly deploy smart, hybrid cloud-based video surveillance, with features such as facial recognition, crowd notifications and people traffic heatmaps.

We also heard from Bath Spa University about their experience deploying a simple solution that was scalable to suit their unique needs and hear their advice for other institutions.


Andy Williams - Head of Facilities & Services, Bath Spa University

Andy Williams is the Head of Facilities and Services for Bath Spa University leading one of three divisions within the Estates and Services department comprising Estate Management, Facilities and Services and Operational Maintenance.Andy has worked for the University for about 6 years and is a retired major with over 30 years’ service in the British Army (Royal Logistic Corps) and has extensive experience in facilities management and integrated services.

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