How can airports create new value with edge computing and analytics in today’s changing landscape?
Watch this session on-demand as Dell Technologies and their partner NVIDIA, share how data-driven insights help empower a safer, more engaging passenger experience, drive operational efficiencies, create new business models, and lower the environmental footprint.
While the airport industry is no newcomer to the world of business analytics or the collection of data; computer vision analytics has moved from the backroom to the forefront of the industry, providing real-time forecasting methodologies, consumer insight and a means for seamless, sustainable mobility. The data is there. The challenge is using it effectively.
Indeed, airports can inadvertently create isolated silos of data by purchasing point solutions for specific use cases. Bringing together the right combination of technologies, infrastructure and workflows that are specific to the airport industry requires a tailored, enterprise-integrated approach.
Key learning points:
- Learn how data-driven insights help empower a safer, more engaging passenger experience, drive operational efficiencies, create new business models, and lower the environmental footprint
- Learn how airports can respond rapidly to data growth and ingest video streams at the edge before moving the pertinent video data to an on- or off-premises central archive
- Understand how automation can simplify and speed implementation, reducing time-to-value
Graham Porter, Sales Director Safety and Security | Computer Vision
Graham is Sales Director at Dell Technologies specialising in Safety, Security & Computer Vision for all territories outside of the Americas.
Graham has been running Safety and Security at Dell for six year plus, and prior to this was a founding member of Cisco’s Emerging Technology business developing IT-based solutions to transform the analogue security solutions owned by most of our customers.
Graham is a graduate of Keele University, (UK), and has a post-grad from MIT (USA).
Charbel Aoun, Smart Cities & Intelligent Video Analytics Director, NVIDIA
Charbel spent more than two decades in Fortune 500 and technology start-ups, bringing digital transformation to living and working urban environments. Charbel is currently leading NVIDIA smart cities business for EMEA, helping customers and partners to realise the benefit of artificial intelligence. Previously he worked for Accenture, Cisco and Schneider Electric in global executive roles driving cutting-edge technology transformation projects around the world.
Nigel Steyn, Computer Vision | Edge IoT Sales CTO, Dell Technologies
Nigel is an accomplished and inspirational senior business leader with over 20 years technology, sales operations, commercial and project experience across public and private sector environments in EMEA.