Top VC Backs Video Analytics Baby Monitor (Nanit)

By: Brian Karas, Published on Jun 21, 2016

One of the most well respected Venture Capitalists has not only invested in a video analytics developer but has given a ringing endorsement to the future of the space.

In this note, we examine the company invested in (Nanit) and why this is a bullish sign for a market segment that has been so beaten down in video surveillance for years.

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