“Video Surveillance – Security and a lot more…”
Coming from a research background, Stephan Sutor co-founded the high-end video analytics company KiwiSecurity in 2005. Based in Montreal, Canada, he is currently acting as COO for KiwiSecurity, bringing KiwiSecurity’ s bleeding edge technology to the North American market.
He has over 12 years of experience in video analytics and studied Digital Image Processing (MSc, Vienna University of Technology, Austria) and Information Processing Science (PhD, University of Oulu, Finland), with experience from product design, implementation to customer deployment, working closely with channel partners as well as end-users.
KiwiSecurity is the leading developer of video analytics and video control solutions, transforming video surveillance into a pro-active tool, ultimately automating video surveillance by extracting key information.
KiwiSecurity’s mission is to provide the most accurate detections while eliminating any false alert, utilizing world-class patented algorithms.
KiwiSecurity’s technology, addresses security, as well as business or traffic intelligence and can be integrated into any existing or new system. (e.g. perimeter protection, traffic analysis, behavior analysis)
KiwiSecurity’s unique product “KiwiVision Privacy Protector®” makes video surveillance compliant with privacy regulations and is certified with the „European Privacy Seal“.
…Key Information With Intelligence.
Dr. Ron Sutor is a Cardiologist with Integris Baptist Medical Center. Ron has been a members of club 29 for 18 years, and has achieved 11 years of perfect attendance.
He served as a Club Director 2012-14 and committee chairs for Open World, Rotary International Foundation committees.
Ron received his degrees from Rutgers University and the University of Vienna School of Medicine.
His associations and affiliations include: American Medical Assn., American College of Cardiology, OKC Academy of Physicians, Men’s Dinner Club of OKC, Committee of 100, Boy Scouts of America, Class XXIV-Leadership-OKC and the American Heart Assn, where he was the Heartball Co-Chair.