California Review
Wednesday, March 7

Hyatt Regency Newport Beach
1107 Jamboree Road
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Tel: 949 729 1234

IP-in-Action LIVE California Delivers a Focused, Well Run Event in Newport Beach, California 
A beautifully sunny day, great food and the perfect venue to enjoy it all in, enhanced the experience for more than 75 security professionals at IP-in-Action LIVE California in Newport Beach, CA, on March 7, 2012. The successful event held at the Newport Beach Hyatt Regency is the first of four IP-in-Action LIVE seminar/expos held in 2012 by IP UserGroup USA. Introduced as the 2012 seminar theme, the new Partners on the Network Series is very well accepted.
“As always, a well run, focused event,” said Steve Surfaro, Industry Liaison, Axis Communications. The mix of systems integrators, end users and consultants is well represented at IP-in-Action LIVE California as they perused the exhibits, attended the presentations and networked with fellow security professionals.  
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Welcome and Opening Remarks, Susan Brady - Managing Director, IP UserGroup USA 
Speaker: Joe Vicente - Department Manager, Orange County Transportation Authority
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Presentation Title: "Going Mobile with IP Security" 
Description: The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is a multi-modal transportation agency serving Orange County, CA. OCTA keeps Orange County moving with countywide bus and paratransit service, Metrolink rail service, the 91 Express Lanes toll facility, freeway, street and road improvement projects, motorist aid services and by regulating taxi operations.OCTA is enhancing bus passenger safety and security by deploying new integrated security technologies. OCTA realizes that before people ride the bus, they need to feel safe and know that they’ll get where they need to go. This session covers the safety and security on board OCTA buses with the use of integrated systems including video cameras, CAD/AVL, fare box and silent alarms. 
Speaker: Neil R. Heller, VP Business Development, Vigitron Inc
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Presentation Title: "Understanding Extended Distance Network Transmission" 
Description:Transmission is rapidly becoming the key component of video security network systems. As IP cameras, digital and network recorders improve in quality along with the advent of cloud storage the criteria for system performance will depend on how signals are transmitted between various points on the network with the least amount of information loss while maintaining the best possible quality. This presentation will help you overcome the challenges faced in transmitting video and data over IP Security Networks. 
Speaker: Steve Surfaro, Industry Liaison, Axis Communications   
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Presentation Title: "Top Ten Transformative Technologies in Physical and Cyber Security" 
Description: This session offers a comprehensive and entertaining multimedia-rich look at the technologies of greatest impact for both Physical and Cyber Security. Each technology is ranked and presented with a brief overview and case study. All technologies presented have positive impact in both Physical Security and Information Technology program management, and several also positively impact safety and operations management. 
Speaker: Hunter Fort, Business Development Manager Western US, MOBOTIX AG
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Presentation Title: "Megapixel Video Implemented with Decentralized Concept and Hemispheric Technology" 
Description: Megapixel CCTV cameras have changed the landscape of video surveillance. This requires innovation in hardware as well as processing of the video. The following presentation takes a look at decentralized concept architecture for a video surveillance system and the advantages it provides over the traditional centralized approach.
This presentation will address the following subjects:
      •    LowRes vs. HiRes
      •    Cost Analysis
      •    Flash Recording
      •    Hemispheric Technology 
Speaker: Dan Michelinie, Director of Sales North America, BriefCam Inc
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Presentation Title: "Tech Update: Video Synopsis as a New Operational Tool" 
Description: Surveillance cameras deployment is growing at an exponential rate and there is an acute need for technologies that can assist in browsing massive quantities of footage in the shortest time. Video Synopsis is an innovative technology allows operators to “browse hours in minutes” by creating a summary of the original video to enable rapid review. The session will present Video Synopsis as a new tool, its operation and practical applications.
After completing this session, attendees will be able to:
      •    Describe the Video Synopsis concept.
      •    Interpret video summaries.
      •    Consider implementation and Best Practices. 
Speaker: Scott Ferguson - Regional Sales Manager, Honeywell Systems 
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Presentation Title:  "The Functionality of Web-Based Access Control Systems"  
Description: Learn about a new cost effective web-based access control solution that your customers won’t outgrow. Web based access control offers simplicity, expandability, scalability and flexibility. With a browser-based interface the learning curve and training time are significantly decreased. And you don’t have to have a dedicated PC—simply log on and you’re ready to go, securely—from the office or anywhere. An installer-friendly design easily adapts to existing IT infrastructure and methods. This means reduced installation and support cost. Its superior scalability means you can purchase the exact amount of access control you need now—and add doors later as business needs change. In this class, you’ll get to know the hardware ins and outs and find out more about the web-based functionality. 



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