Ava Could Save Millions
♦ Ava Could Save Millions – cloud surveillance specialist Ava Security will hold an on-demand webinar for the APAC region on July 7 at 10am, presented by Ava’s Tormod Ree and Neil Gardner, who will reveal operations of a technology that could save end users millions – click here to register.
Attendees will learn about the Ava video security solution, which offers the simplicity and flexibility of a cloud platform, while providing the same powerful proactive security and AI capabilities of more traditional deployments.
“This event will help your security team focus on what really matters—protecting your business and people, investigating events faster and smarter, and enhancing operational insights,” said Ava Security’s Clint Palm.
“It’s a great opportunity to get to know our video security solution including an introduction to our cloud-native collection of cameras, and the intelligent video and data management system, Ava Aware.”
According to Tom Kinkade of local Ava distributor Sektor, installers, integrators, consultants and end users will learn vital facts including the performance and cost benefits of the cloud and cloud-connected cameras.
“The presentations will take a deep dive into the most open cloud video management system, Ava Aware, as well as giving a quick overview of integrations with access control, intelligent sensors, and third-party cameras.”
The partnership of Ava Security and Sektor is a force to be reckoned with, having recently secured a $A4.5 million contract that will see integrator, Stax Security, install 1600 Ava cameras for Charles Sturt University.
According to CSU, the transition to Ava Security’s cloud-native ecosystem will save the university around $6m over the life of the project, and fits CSU’s increased focus on technology, safety, and security – those sorts of savings are worth serious investigation.
With additional contract wins to be announced shortly, the Ava/Sektor partnership is rumoured to soon expand into Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam – stay tuned for more on that development.
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