IPS demonstrates new innovations to partners

Munich, Germany

IPS conducts workshops at annual partner meeting in the impressive setting of the Allianz Arena, Munich

Numerous solution and distribution partners from various countries took up an invitation to this years IPS International Partner Meeting recently, and so had the opportunity not only to gain exclusive information on IPS’s innovations but also to enjoy the experience in the spectacular setting of the Allianz Arena in Munich.

The programme contained a diverse mixture of presentations from various IPS departments, such as on the new features of the soon to be released version 8.0 of the IPS Analyticsmanager, IPS Videomanager and IPS Videoanalytics, as well as information from the management, sales, marketing and quality management departments.

As IPS director Peter Treutler pointed out in his welcome speech, the day was all about “change and evolution” and thus, IPS demonstrated its plans to further continue its growth and drive technological development in the field of video analytics with innovative product changes.

True to this motto, the IPS Partner Meeting also appeared in a new format, as the second half of the programme consisted of interactive workshops, inviting the participants to share their experiences from different markets and their expectations regarding future developments.

Following the conference, a guided tour through the Allianz Arena allowed the participants to take a look behind the scenes of one of the world’s most modern football stadiums.

A networking dinner with Bavarian delicacies rounded off a very successful event.


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