ioimage to present at GDSF China

Michael Zhou to speak on implementing video analytics in times of financial crisis


Beijing, China July 22, 2009 – ioimage, the pioneer of intelligent video appliances designed for simplicity, announced today that it is presenting at the fourth annual Global Digital Surveillance Forum (GDSF) China, to be held in Guangzhou, July 29th and 30th.
Michael Zhou, ioimage’s China Sales Manager, will be addressing the forum on July 30th on the topic of Implementing Video Analytics in Times of Financial Crisis, which will focus on the impact of video analytics on an organization's bottom line by reducing manpower costs and heading off acts of vandalism and theft, and how retrofitting existing surveillance systems with video analytics can save money.

ioimage, which is also sponsoring the event, opened its Beijing office in March, 2009 to support growing demand of its products and to better support partners and end users in China. With over 10 years experience in sales management positions in China, Zhou significantly contributed to the growth of several video technology companies in China.

According to a recent IMS Research report, network video surveillance equipment CAGR in China is forecast at 55.6 percent between 2007 and 2012. “Sponsoring key events such as GDSF reflects ioimage’s confidence in and long-term strategy for the Chinese market,” said Maoz Tenenbaum, Senior Sales Director, Asia Pacific.

The GDSF, organized by A&S Group since 2001 as part of SecuTech Expo, is recognized as the prime event for global security and IT leaders to showcase their latest technologies and solutions to players in the Chinese security market.