- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
Secutech 2014, also known as the 17th International Exhibition and Conference for Electronic Security, Info Security, Fire, and Safety, runs in the Taipei World Trade Center Nangang Exhibition Hall from March 19 to 21. VIVOTEK at their booth 6101 are adopting a multi-scenario design, which incorporates city and streetscapes, traffic and vehicle monitoring, home security, retail stores, and factory management.
VIVOTEK believes that smart application-enabled infrastructures and computation technologies are the key promoters of smart city development. Executive Vice President of VIVOTEK, Steve Ma, said: “Following the trend of urbanization, the key issue for developing or developed countries is the promotion of smart city development. To accomplish this feat, the perfect collaboration between software and hardware must be achieved, which consequently enables the extensive and comprehensive integration of information, and thereby facilitates seamless and efficient information transmission. Therefore, the establishment of smart cities can not only enhance national operations and policy promotions in the public sector, and exponentially increase and optimize business operations and quality of life in the private sector, but also promote the development of global economics and reinforce the allocation of global resources. VIVOTEK continues to uphold a high level of corporate social responsibility (CSR) to provide surveillance solutions that satisfy client and market needs and accelerate the transition into a smart city.”