videoNEXT and Apple Co-host 'The Future of Video Surveillance' Panel

Aug. 26, 2008

CHANTILLY, Va. , Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ --

WHAT: videoNEXT and Apple will be co-hosting a panel of industry experts who will be discussing the future of video surveillance and where video meets information technology.

WHO: The panel will be moderated by Garrett Rice , senior manager, Enterprise Solutions at Apple. Panelists include:

-- Chris Gettings , Founder and Chairman, videoNEXT

-- John Honovich , PSP, Founder of

-- Steve Hunt , CEO and Founder, Hunt Business Intelligence and author of

-- Peter Michael, P.E., PMP, Principal Engineer, Surveillance and Security, SAIC

-- Fredrik Nilsson, General Manager, Americas, Axis Communications WHEN: Tuesday, September 16, 2008 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. - Panel Discussion 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. - Cocktail Reception and Demonstrations WHERE: ASIS 2008 Georgia World Congress Center Room C304 (Building C, Level 3) COST: Free

RSVP: Media respond to Karen Higgins, PR consultant, A & E Communications, Inc. at 610-831-5723 or Non-media may register online to or at videoNEXT's ASIS booth #3465.

Karen Higgins A & E Communications, Inc. (for videoNEXT) Phone: (610) 831-5723


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