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APR 2019

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40 Security Business / / April 2019 Are you confident enough in AI, deep learning and other intelligent video analytics solutions to offer them to all customers? Yes 67% No 33% Need to learn more and continue to innovate our product offering. WE INTEGRATE and develop with third-party AI on top of OEM-provided AI offerings, for example Microsoft Cognitive Services. Even with a dedicated team focused in this sector, the rate of development makes it impossible to keep up-to-date with every aspect. That's why we view learning in this sector as one of our greatest opportunities. Yes, we work with technology manufacturers who support AI and other intelligent video analytics – including LPR, facial recognition and dual-level authentication. YES, but it must be the right use case. Qualified yes – depending on what the customer is trying to accomplish. They are easier to deploy with newer, developing technologies. NEEDS MORE TIME AND STANDARDS before being reliable. Liability still falls on the shoulder of the integrator/installer. Environmental factors continue to be a challenge to go from concept to implementation success. Fast50 Executives Speak We always change the default password on newly-installed customer equipment. On our own computers and programs, we use strong passwords and change them out every 90 days. We also strongly encourage customers to stay current on Software Support Agreements through a variety of RMR options, so we can keep patches and firmware up to date on customer equipment. Andy Boyd, President, Integrated Protection Services (IPS) (No. 34)

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