STARKVILLE, MS – 22 October 2018 – Camgian Chairman and CEO Dr. Gary Butler recently discussed the company’s latest innovations in edge computing and IoT at BattleFin’s Discovery Day event held in London on September 26th and 27th. BattleFin Discovery Day London brought together 107 asset managers ($760bn AUM), 94 data providers, and ~100 other alternative data industry professionals and experts. Moderating the discussion with Dr. Butler was Rich Carbone, director of data sourcing and strategy at Jefferies. Butler’s panel discussion titled Sensors, Cameras and Using Visual Analytics provided real-world examples using sensors and IoT data to mine supply chains to garner key insights for investment decisions. To view the presentation click on the following link: https://vimeo.com/294786557.
Camgian is an award-winning developer of integrated sensing and analytical processing platforms that deliver real-time, actionable intelligence. Leveraging innovations in the areas of multi-sensing, artificial intelligence, and big data analytics, Camgian is pioneering a new generation of intelligent decision support products that address key needs in the industrial, financial and national security markets.
Camgian has been named by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing private companies in the US, Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the most entrepreneurial companies in America and Compass Intelligence as one of the world’s top companies in IoT innovation and execution. Moreover, ABI Research featured Camgian in their 2015 Hot Tech Innovators report, which identified the company as one of the world’s top tech start-ups for their pioneering work in IoT and edge computing. In their 2016 market report Fog Computing in IoT, Machina Research identified Camgian as one of the innovative IoT startups and notable companies pioneering fog computing. In 2017 Camgian was named a Gartner “Cool Vendor” in IoT Edge Computing and the Industrial IoT Company of the Year in the 6th Annual Compass Intelligence Awards.
For more information on Camgian, please visit www.camgian.com.