FutureCCTV Forum Singapore 2011

Venue: Marina Bay Sands

Location: Singapore, Singapore

Event Date/Time: Apr 28, 2011 End Date/Time: Apr 28, 2011
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FutureCCTV Forum 2011 is the 5th Annual conference that will bring together key stakeholders from both public and private sectors to discuss the latest trends and technologies in CCTV.

By bringing together Asia’s senior security professionals from the FutureGov Asia Pacific magazine community and industry experts, FutureCCTV Forum Singapore is a discussion-driven event that eschews the traditional conference format to break up the audience into groups that engage in a series of themed discussions. This uniquely interactive format has proven to be very popular – providing speakers and delegates with the opportunity to cover more ground, more meaningfully, with a higher proportion of the audience than is ordinarily possible.

We understand that the key priority for senior government officials attending our conferences is knowledge exchange. As this is a peer-to-peer event, all discussions, with the exception of morning and afternoon keynotes and periodic panel sessions, will take place at individual roundtables. Each themed session will last for 30 minutes after which time delegates will rotate to the next table. This way, you are able to share your message with all conference attendees on a more personal level – and engage in a series of two-way conversations with your peers.


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FutureCCTV Forum Singapore has been the primary gathering point for Asia’s senior security professionals to meet with their international counterparts and discuss fresh approaches to CCTV surveillance. Our events also boast a unique format, ensuring that every delegate is able to be personally introduced to our VIP international and domestic speakers. Our ‘Interactive Discussion Table’ (IDT) format enables you to engage in a full-day of open and engaging discussion within a group of your peers, as you rotate from table to table, with the tables featuring different topics – such as facial recognition, video analytics and migration to IP – and hosted by senior security professionals able to relate their experience and contribute to meaningful discussion outcomes.