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Statements about Intersec Forum 2020

Find here preliminary statements of our Intersec Forum speakers.

Connected security technology

Dr. Peter Fey, Member of the management board, Dr. Wieselhuber & Partner and industry expert for security technology
Dr. Peter Fey, Member of the management board, Dr. Wieselhuber & Partner and industry expert for security technology

"AI in security technology: A game changer?"

“Within the field of building technology the areas of building automation, building security and cyber security in particular will grow together step by step, due to an increasing number of IoT networks. Current available studies assume different market volumes and growth rates. On average, the market volume for AI will be around US$ 30 billion in 2018, rising to around US$ 140 billion by 2025. As a result of direct and indirect AI influences, global GDP is expected to increase by up to US$ 16 trillion by 2030. The fact is: AI will become the game changer of the next decades for many industries, because on the one hand it can provide significantly improved and on the other hand completely new, customer-oriented problem solutions.”

Video technology

Jochen Sauer, Business Development Manager A+E, Axis Communications (Source: Axis Communications)
Jochen Sauer, Business Development Manager A+E, Axis Communications (Source: Axis Communications)

“Digital solutions in the context of Smart City are not self-evident. What is now feasible – technically and data protection-wise – has next to be put into the overall context: The people and their needs are the focus of these technologies. Their acceptance must be gained. I see the next step as creating clear framework conditions for Smart City – the prerequisite is acceptance by decision-makers in politics, administration and business. And the more expertise and decision-making competence there grows, the faster we will achieve smart cities in the true sense.”

Hazard detection systems

Michael Brahm, Manager Safety & Security Technologies, ZVEI (Source: ZVEI)
Michael Brahm, Manager Safety & Security Technologies, ZVEI (Source: ZVEI)

The operator is responsible for the proper operation and maintenance of a hazard detection system!”

“The German market for electronic security technology is worth over four billion euros. This also includes hazard alarm systems such as fire alarm systems or intrusion detection systems. In practice, these systems are used by a large number of different operators. However, in order for hazard detection systems to ensure their specific protection goals, they must be professionally operated and maintained. The operators of the systems are responsible here. Important terms in this context are, for example, inspection, servicing, maintenance and additional checks. The ZVEI has summarized detailed information on this subject in a leaflet published by its working group of installers and planners.”

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