In addition to the ones mentioned I have had good luck with Geovision and I do not recommebe product lightly. In a way they follow the Avigilon model with providing a complete package, but at a lower price point. I rarely deploy their product now but when I do I am always impressed with their new features and (surprising!) reliability. The poor translations which always frustrated me have also become less of an issue in the newer versions.
I have not used Aimetis but it does look like a nice product.
The past few years, NUUO had a decent size booth and quite alot of displays/video wall showing their products with plenty of employees.
This year I walked past them in an obscure area and my jaw dropped. Excuse my memory (Vegas), but I saw 1 employee (maybe others out to lunch), the booth was tiny compared to years past and I saw maybe 2 monitors and just a few cameras. They used to have a decent product in the early days and its a bit sad to see the current state of things. I wish them the best but the exit seems near.
Axxon has a good product but is a tough sell to Government as they are from Russia.
GeoVision has great software, pricey, but less then Avigilon. Many loyal dealers.
Mirasys I've seen done rather well in casinos. They just released a new version and work very well with Hanwa, Vivotek, Bosch.
IPConfigure's Orchid VMS is well positioned to take over unhappy NUUO distributors, dealers, and customers. See the recent IPVM post... $10,000 Free VMS Licenses For New Dealers IPConfigure
Check out Wavestore & Genie.
Run from NUUO, RUN RUN RUN!!!! RUN LIKE ITS A DIVORCE FROM HELL! It is extremely unreliable and their tech support (or lack thereof) has absolutely NO CLUE what they are doing or how to fix anything.
Fallout from race to the bottom
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Does this translate to needing more cash I assume?
Anyone have thoughts on the Reuters details?