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Welcome to

It is my great pleasure to introduce you to W2i’s new web site MetroVideoMonitor.


As an active participant in the video surveillance market place, we want to alert you prior to the official launch of an exciting new web resource and community: .  Our objective is to expand opportunities for both industry and end-users by promoting good practices in planning, deploying and operating video monitoring systems which result in better-managed and safer cities.


Over the last six months we have poled both our government users and the ecosystem of video surveillance suppliers to identify areas of opportunities to boost market growth and efficiency.  A group of dedicated industry veterans have given us precious guidance to set our plans [1]

  • MetroVideoMonitor will focus on delivering practical resources for users to:
  • Successfully manage the increasingly complex funding mechanism of large projects
  • Identify and promote good practices in comprehensive project procurement
  • Leverage interoperability opportunities in accessing diverse video systems and applications
  • Foster community acceptance
  • Understand and address related privacy issues

What’s in MetroVideoMonitor for the Reader?

While MetroVideoMonitor will cover technology by providing a dynamic selection of hot new products and solutions in its Advanced Technology Section, the highlights of the site will address opportunities to boost market growth and efficiency by promoting a searchable Case Study Database, a comprehensive White Paper  Library, an extensive News Headlines Archives, a whole section dedicated to sharing of good practices, industry thought leaders’ periodical blogs and much, much more…..


MetroVideoMonitor will also publish a bi-weekly newsletter featuring, in addition to current headlines, blogs and regular columns from industry thought-leaders such as Steve Surfaro from Axis, Steve Hunt from Hunt Business Intelligence or Michael Paddock from the Grants Office. We’ll be carefully monitoring the many opportunities resulting from the US Stimulus Plan.


MetroVideoMonitor will also produce webinars similar to W2i past series which will remain accessible in the Past Event Proceedings section of the site on such hot topics as the Role of Video Surveillance in Managing the Minneapolis Bridge Collapse or at the Democratic and Republican Conventions.


We would very much like to count you among the community of early participants to MetroVideoMonitor: please Register Now to receive the MetroVideoMonitor newsletter.  We will issue you a UserID and Password with which you will be able to download white papers, access webinars and share your feedback, ideas and experience if you feel so doing.


We promise to not inundate you with promotional emails and will not share your email address with third parties!


Finally, make sure you give us your feedback . Our goal is to continuously improve this site so it meets and hopefully exceeds your expectations and becomes your preferred destination site to learn about your peers good practices in funding, procurement and interoperability of video monitoring systems and applications.


Yours Sincerely,


Daniel Aghion

Executive Director

[1] Special Thanks!
Over the last six months many subject matter experts have helped us articulate the editorial structure of MetroVideoMonitor whom I would like to recognize for their contribution and extend special thanks to, including in particular, Michael Dillon, Director, Major Accounts - Advanced Programs Group at Harris Corporation, Ray Cooke, Sr. Solutions Architect at IBM Global Technology Services, Mark Jules, CEO at Avrio Group, Brent Streetman, VP Physical Security Division at Anixter, Steve Surfaro, Strategic Channel Manager at Axis, Dave Fowler, Sr. VP Marketing and Product Development at Vidsys and Michael Paddock, CEO at the Grants Office. 



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• MPs support video surveillance in the UK

• Why is Governance of CCTV Technology an Issue?

• Q & A with Steve Reneker, CTO, Riverside (CA)

• WEBINAR: Lessons Learned from Wireless Video Monitoring for Dynamic Traffic Light Synchronization as part of Operation GreenLight in Lenexa (KS)


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