Milestone Systems announced that its annual Milestone Integration Platform Symposium (MIPS) will be virtual and free of charge for the first time. The symposium will be held March 1-2 for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and March 2-3 for both the Asia-Pacific and Americas events.
With a theme of “Shaping the New Next,” MIPS will cover how video technology is transforming business and society, and why video management systems are at the core of this change.
With more than 2,000 registered attendees, MIPS is where the industry professionals share insights, experiences, best practices and the latest innovations.
During the two-day event, Milestone Systems will share insights from global innovation experts and Milestone Systems executives, and present success stories and industry insights from partners. Milestone Systems’ newly appointed CEO Thomas Jensen will talk about how video technology has moved beyond security and how we will be working with partners to embrace this shift.
Milestone CTO Bjørn Skou Eilertsen and CSMO Kenneth Hune Petersen will discuss macro-technology trends, accelerated technology adoption in key industries, and why Milestone Systems believes that video technology is the “electricity of the 21st century.”
The event also offers a deep dive into the impact of video technology on city management, how video technology is improving every facet of transportation, and how computer vision and analytics are creating new opportunities in the retail industry for automation, personalization and even combatting COVID-19. Milestone Systems will share insights into the latest deployment possibilities of its video management software, give an exclusive intro to Milestone Systems’ future direction and present a new product launch.
“Not only does MIPS bring together Milestone Systems’ global partner community to discuss our vision of where we are going and how we can contribute to each other’s success,” said Milestones Systems CEO Thomas Jensen. ”This year, we are looking into how our technology is transforming how we work and live and how we can empower people to make the most of video technology — in security and beyond.”
For more information, visit the MIPS event page.