Global MSC Security announced that Fraser Sampson, the Commissioner for the Retention and Use of Biometric Material and Surveillance Camera Commissioner, will call upon local authorities to prioritise human rights, when investing taxpayers money into new CCTV equipment. He will make the keynote address at the Global MSC Security Conference and Exhibition, which is taking place in Bristol on Tuesday 19th October 2021.
Global MSC Security announced that the new Commissioner for the Retention and Use of Biometric Material and Surveillance Camera Commissioner, Professor Fraser Sampson, will address delegates at the Global MSC Security Conference and Exhibition. He will be joined by speakers including Philip Ingram MBE and Professor Martin Innes, to discuss the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the surveillance industry. The conference takes place on Tuesday 19th October 2021, at The Bristol Hotel, Bristol.
Global MSC Security will debate the ability of artificial intelligence to help Security Managers and Surveillance Camera Operators improve how live incidents are handled. Experts is facial recognition, criminal behaviour will participate in the Developing Smart Surveillance Operators free-to-attend online broadcast on 16th March at 13:00 (GMT). Keynotes will be presented by Dr Craig Donald, Professor James Ferryman and Tony Porter QPM LLB.
Global MSC Security announced that it will host a live Special Online Event on Tuesday 16th March at 13:00 (GMT), to help Security Managers understand how the latest video surveillance technology is enabling camera operators to improve how live incidents are managed. The ‘Developing Smart Surveillance Operators’ live studio broadcast is free-to-attend and will include expert insights from Genetec, Hanwha Techwin and Bosch Security and Safety Systems.
Global MSC Security announced the opening of registrations for the Global MSC Security Conference and Exhibition 2020. This year, the annual event will focus on helping control room operators to realise the potential of Artificial Intelligence and Analytics in Video Surveillance. The exhibition opens on Monday 9th November, with the conference taking place on Tuesday 10th November 2020, at the Bristol Hotel in Bristol.
Global MSC Security has presented Dyfed Powys Police with its Gordon McLanaghan Security Innovation Award, in recognition of an initiative led by the Police and Crime Commissioner, Dafydd Llywelyn, to deliver a centralised CCTV surveillance operation across four counties and 24 towns. The prestigious award is presented annually in memory of Bristol City Council CCTV and Emergency Control Room Manager Gordon McLanaghan.
Global MSC Security announced that Professor of Policing and Criminology at Bath Spa University will present ‘Ethics and Facial Recognition Technology: A potent cocktail for success or disaster?’ at the 21st Global MSC Security Conference and Exhibition. Professor Allyson MacVean joins a speaker programme that includes the Surveillance Camera Commissioner, Tony Porter MSyl.