ISS (Intelligent Security Systems) has announced that Managing Director for North America, Matt Powell, has been selected to speak at next month’s Securing New Ground (SNG) conference in New York City, organized by the Security Industry Association (SIA).
Scheduled to take place 17 – 18 October at the InterContinental Times Square, SNG brings together executives and senior professionals from across the security industry to network and share information on different technology and business trends that are affecting the market.
Powell’s session, “What AI Means for your Business,” will examine the impact of AI on security applications and how these effects will be felt by firms throughout the industry within the next two to three years.
Joining Powell on the panel will be Hamish Dobson, CVP, Product – Enterprise Physical Security Solutions, Motorola Solutions; Jumbi Edulbehram, Global Business Development, Smart Cities and Spaces, NVIDIA; and Kurt Takahashi, CEO, Netwatch Group.
“The customers that our industry serves are adopting AI at an exponential rate for all aspects of their businesses,” explained Powell.
“Answering the question of how to utilize AI in a business or how to become part of the value chain that is AI, is fast becoming the dominant conversation across every market sector.
“Our panel draws from a cross-section of the industry, bringing incredible insights based on experience to this important topic.
“If I were attending and wanting to understand the most important aspects of AI and augmented intelligence in our industry, this is a panel I would not want to miss.”
According to ISS, Powell has over two decades of experience in security and transportation technologies and brings a lessons-learned approach to AI and advanced technology deployments.
He joined ISS in 2022, combining his manufacturing knowledge with his integration experience to help bring the expertise of the company to the North American market.
Powell formerly served as Principal – Transportation Markets and Principal-Infrastructure Markets at systems integrator Convergint.
Prior to that, he was the developer of transportation market strategies for Moog and Videolarm.