Full Motion Video for Defense
Venue: washington, DC
|Event Date/Time: Apr 23, 2012|
capabilities, the intelligence information being required is at an all time high.
There is a need for full motion video technology and processing to reduce the
time required to obtain situational awareness information as well as improve the
performance of existing automated analysis tools, such as facial recognition,
targeting and video analytics. Last year government spending on military video
surveillance systems reached over $8 billion. The 2012 budget for military video
surveillance is anticipated to increase exponentially.
In keeping with the latest developments, IDGA is pleased to announce the
second iteration of our successful Full Motion Video for Defense Summit!
IDGAâ€™s Full Motion Video for Defense Summit will provide a venue that
allows our delegates to take part in a networking and collaborating opportunity
where debate, dialogue and discussion are encouraged. Delegates will
understand the most up-to-date challenges and solutions in the field, as well as
the future of full motion video.
Find out about current initiatives, challenges, lessons learned and future plans and
requirements. Donâ€™t miss out on your chance to exchange information and forge
partnerships with the leaders and innovators of the full motion video community.