All-over-IP News

Russia's Machine Vision Business 2019. Affordability of New Technology, Major and Emerging Applications

New technology makes imaging of greater quality widely accessible which allows to improve performance of vision-controlled machines and handle multiple tasks. Technology availability and affordability provide Russian system integrators (who create solutions out of machine vision components such as cameras, optics, lighting) with new business opportunities towards their current and new customers. Machine manufacturers, vision solution providers and end-users are now able to deal with tasks that were impossible a few years ago due to technology or cost limitations. ViTec CEO and Owner Maxim Soroka, a regular exhibitor and speaker at All-over-IP and a member of the show's Advisory Board, discusses the present and the future of machine vision business in Russia.

Maxim Soroka, CEO and Owner, ViTec
Runs a successful engineering business in Russia since 1995. Operates on the global and local hi-tech markets. Manages ViTec that is so far the only company from Russia that participates in European Machine Vision Association (EMVA) since 2015.
Professional interests: industrial machine vision, the use of machine vision in new areas such as transportation, retail, physical security), bringing machine vision capabilities to embedded applications, adoption of new technology (neural networks, hyperspectral imaging, etc), robotics.

Topics: market trends machine vision embedded vision ViTec Maxim Soroka ViTec

Russian PSIM Market Trends, Drivers and Forecasts

Most businesses in Russia have physical security systems installed. But those often represent multiple unconnected applications and devices that don't communicate with each other which provides poor situational awareness and slows down response time. From the legislative perspective, all is fine as security systems have been deployed. But from the efficiency perspective, the human factor and the time of response remain a challenge. That is why a growing number of security managers in Russia is currently looking for ways to improve their investment performance instead of purchasing new hardware. Andrey Skvortsov, Director Business Development for Electronika (a leading Russian PSIM software platform manufacturer and a sponsor of All-over-IP 2019) has come up with his vision for the future of physical security in a digital economy.

Topics: market trends physical security PSIM software PSIM

Grundig Becomes Main Sponsor of All-over-IP 2019

Alexander Denezhko, CEO, Grundig Security in Russia: "The market is seeking intelligent video surveillance products that easily integrate with existing CCTV infrastructure; open APIs for new integrations; and communication between various systems across a single information environment to ensure maximum efficiency".

Topics: All-over-IP video surveillance Grundig Security