IT 4.0 and Video Surveillance: A Guide to New Terminology and What it Means to You and Your Customers

IT 4.0 and Video Surveillance: A Guide to New Terminology and What it Means to You and Your Customers

April 11, 2019, 1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

Sands 304

Cloud Data Centers. Personal Clouds. The Edge. IoT sensors. Data Analytics. There is a lot of jargon these days around data and most of it is due to the game changing Industry 4.0 revolution. Industry 4.0 is the latest phase of the historically rapid progression of how we use technology and what we do with it, and IT 4.0 refers to the infrastructure needed for the data to flow smoothly and enable edge computing, analytics, and IoT. Every industry will be impacted by the shifts it represents, not the least of which is video surveillance and data storage. Is there a bigger IoT device than Video Camera? Video is predicted to be the most common traffic on the network with use cases expanding beyond security. How can you identify ways IT 4.0 can enhance or change video surveillance, and consequently deliver additional value to your customers? Attend this session to learn about IT 4.0 and hear about a factory analytics case that necessitated a new approach.

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand and articulate the role of IoT in video surveillance. Understand surveillance is tip of iceberg once we collect data.
2, Consult clients on decisions related to IoT enabled storage infrastructure.
3. Apply value-added data analytics to video surveillance when designing systems.


  • Rags Srinivasan


    Senior Director Growth Verticals


    Rags Srinivasan is Senior Director of Seagate’s Growth Verticals. He is responsible for market development, ecosystem partner development and...


  1. Track
    Connected Security Technology

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