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This Russian Technology Conference Is A Big Deal

August 10, 2019

Via Groteck Business Media.

All-over-IP 2019 is taking place at Moscow’s Sokolniki Expo from November 20 to 22. The event promises to be among the largest of its kind in Russia’s technology sector, bringing so many important brands and companies under one roof. A recent announcement by the organizer revealed three major participants–Faceter, Hanwha Techwin, and Milestone–joined the Intelligent Video 2.0 Conference, which is a venue “to discuss exciting opportunities…that event-related video analytics, AI technologies, and IoT can bring to surveillance projects in 2019-2023.”

Visitors who wish to participate in the Intelligent Video 2.0 Conference can register here. 21st Century Asian Arms Race (21AAR) is a recognized media partner for All-over-IP 2019.

The agenda or topics for the Intelligent Video 2.0 Conference can be viewed here. Companies and visitors who wish to participate should forward any inquiries to Olga Fedoseeva via

The latest update on the Intelligent Video 2.0 Conference is posted below for convenience:

Russian physical security professionals who deal with city surveillance, manufacturing, public transport, public administration, retail, critical infrastructure, utilities, parking management, access control, situational awareness, perimeter and intrusion, video analytics, and other applications, most of them are looking to get their challenges solved vs generating more video surveillance footage.

End users across Russia and CIS countries have over the last few years taken much more interest in making video work with the business enterprise to increase productivity and add value to their new and existing systems.

Milestone, Hanwha Techwin and Faceter are the first international brands who have joined the Intelligent Video 2.0 Conference to discuss exciting opportunities and real value that event-related video analytics, AI technologies and IoT can bring to video surveillance projects in 2019–2023.

The twelfth installment of All-over-IP caters to a rapidly growing sector that’s driving innovations across Eurasia. Russia, after all, remains an enormous market for online security products. The organizer encapsulates the meaning and message of the show in this brief description:

All-over-IP Business Forum compelling content and digital marketing tools to educate the Russian security and IT market throughout the whole year and brings leading brands, sales channels and end-users together each November in Moscow for a unique networking and technology event boasts of 6,496 members in 2019. Those are distributors, system integrators, engineering and installation contractors, telecommunications service providers and end-users from key economic sectors including fuel and energy, transportation, building and construction, retail, banking and finance, real estate development and property management, gainfully involved in purchasing technology. Therefore, All-over-IP can provide valuable trends about Russia’s demand for technology.

For those attending, or planning to attend, All-over-IP 2019 bookings are registered here.

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