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AG Neovo makes the move from hardware to solution

AG Neovo makes the move from hardware to solution
AG Neovo, a Taiwan-based manufacturer of display devices such as monitors, is one of the exhibitors at Secutech 2017.
Taiwan-based manufacturer of display devices such as monitors, AG Neovo, is one of the exhibitors at Secutech 2017. Shannon Wu, Marketing Supervisor for AG Neovo, said that one of the major focus for the show is its SX & RX series displays, which is ideal for security and public surveillance applications due to its strong glass surface and metal casing. Tailored for 24/7 operation, the displays feature technology that prevents overheating, and Anti-Burn in technology that prevents ghosting.

Along with multi-touch systems, AG Neovo also featured a dual-side display that is part of its retail solution offering. Working with Rapid Signage, AG Neovo incorporated facial recognition software into the display, allowing retailers to use information such as age and sex to, for example, tailor advertisements shown on the screen

In order to stay competitive and to differentiate themselves in a slowing security market, AG Neovo is making the move from merely making displays to creating solutions, such as that for retail. According to Allan Hsu, Sales Manager for Asia Pacific at the company, "We are developing into a complete solution provider -- we have hardware, our own software, and developed a platform that can be used to integrate third-party software."

Sharon Huang, Supervisor of Project Management at AG Neovo, mentioned that the company has also taken steps towards the Internet of Things (IoT) and big data, saying "We have already invested in a company, Ironyun, that does facial recognition, license plate recognition and big data analysis." She added that the company is now focusing on how to incorporate these technologies into the displays, connecting this to the cloud and developing a good control over all the different layers of this solution.
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