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Huawei Expands To Russia Mass Market

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Huawei video surveillance overseas is typically project-based but Huawei is now expanding into the Russian mass-market sales. This fits with Huawei's intentions to enter the “Top Three Global Position” in video surveillance. Inside this...

By IPVM Team - 6 days ago

Turing Video Radically Expands, Now End-to-End AI / VSaaS Provider

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When Turing Video started a few years ago, it was a niche robot provider, now it has radically expanded in both size and offerings, with fever tablets, VSaaS, AI, and general IP cameras coming soon. Inside this note, based on speaking with...

By Sean Patton - 21 days ago

Hanwha's Mexico Business Examined

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Hanwha has become a major competitor in the US, but its Mexico and overall Latin America businesses continue to face a major branding issue, among other challenges. IPVM investigates. Inside this note, we examine: Estimated Market...

By Robert Wren Gordon - about 1 month ago

Mexico Distributor Inalarm Sues Dahua

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Inalarm, once one of Dahua's biggest Mexico distributors, has sued the Hangzhou-based company in Mexican court, IPVM has confirmed. This is the sixth entry of our new on-the-ground Mexico coverage. For related news see: Hikvision Acquires...

By Robert Wren Gordon - about 1 month ago

Hikvision Acquires Major Stake in Mexico Distributor Syscom

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Hikvision, the world's largest security camera manufacturer, has acquired a major stake in Mexico's largest security systems distributor, Syscom. Inside this note, we examine the details of Hikvision's move as well as its significance.

By Robert Wren Gordon - about 1 month ago

Axis Mexico Business and Manufacturing Examined

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Axis has a significant presence in the United States but how well does Axis do next door, in Mexico? And how is Axis Mexican manufacturing doing? IPVM has been in Mexico for the past few months meeting with local Mexican professionals,...

By Robert Wren Gordon - about 2 months ago

TVC en Línea Profile (Dahua's Biggest Mexico Distributor)

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TVC en Línea, Dahua's biggest Mexican distributor, candidly spoke with IPVM about the challenges of distributing in Mexico, the largest Latin American market for most video surveillance companies. Inside this report, IPVM profiles...

By Robert Wren Gordon - about 2 months ago

SenSen Video Analytics Company Profile

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Australia's SenSen is a publicly-traded company that has made 2 acquisitions in the past year and aims to be the SAP of video, but what does that mean and how is the company positioned? IPVM analyzes the public company's financials and speaks...

By Zach Segal - about 2 months ago

BlinkAI Super Low Light Camera Technology Profile

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BlinkAI is an MIT STEX25 startup founded by 2 Harvard PhDs to improve low-light performance on standard RGB sensors with deep learning. IPVM profiles the company by speaking with BlinkAI CTO and co-founder Bo Zhu to better understand how it...

By Zach Segal - about 2 months ago

Hytera Blames "Villains" for Stealing Motorola IP

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Hytera alleged its own employees were "villains", defending the company against Motorola's lawsuit that Hytera stole Motorola's IP, maintaining that the rest of Hytera knew nothing about the theft. In this report, IPVM examines Hytera's...

By Isabella Cheng - 2 months ago

Mexico Distributor Inalarm Exits Security Business

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Inalarm, once a major Dahua distributor in Mexico, is going out of the security business, the company has confirmed to IPVM. Inside this note, we examine Inalarm and issues happening inside of Mexico. This is the second entry of our new...

By Robert Wren Gordon - 2 months ago

Hytera Company Profile

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Hytera, a China communications manufacturer, is the least well-known of the 5 NDAA-banned companies. Who is Hytera? In this report, IPVM examines: Hytera's background 2020 financials Financial challenges for Hytera Domestic v. overseas...

By Isabella Cheng - 2 months ago

Traces AI Non-Face Recognition Alternative Profile

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Traces AI says they have developed a Face Recognition alternative for forensic search and reidentification without using faces and backed by Y Combinator. IPVM spoke with one of the co-founders to learn more about the company and its...

By Zach Segal - 3 months ago

Syscom Mexican Distributor Profile

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Syscom is a major Mexican distributor but how do they compare to ADI and Anixter, two rival distributors that have a major presence in Mexico's northern neighbor, the USA? In this first entry of our new on-the-ground Mexico coverage, IPVM...

By Robert Wren Gordon - 3 months ago

Directory of 70+ VSaaS / Cloud Video Surveillance Providers

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This directory provides a list of VSaaS / cloud video surveillance providers to help you see and research what options are available. State of VSaaS Market While most of the 2010s saw significant opposition to VSaaS, now VSaaS offerings and...

By IPVM Team - 3 months ago

YourSix VSaaS Startup Profile And Axis Partnership

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YourSix is a US VSaaS startup, most known for its ongoing partnership with Axis, that touts substantial growth and an anti-lock-in approach. With Axis ending its Guardian VSaaS offering, Axis has been recommending YourSix to US...

By Zach Segal - 3 months ago

NtechLab Facial Recognition / Analytics Provider Profile

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NtechLab is best known for their 100k+ camera face recognition deployment in Moscow and now discontinued Clearview AI-like FindFace app that scraped Russian social media. IPVM talks with NtechLabs founder and head of R&D Artem Kuharenko...

By Zach Segal - 3 months ago

Paravision Raises $23m from HID + VCs

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Paravision has raised $23m from access control from VCs and access giant HID. IPVM examines the funding and future of Paravision including responses from the company themselves.

By Zach Segal - 3 months ago

64 Video Surveillance Startups Directory 2021

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This directory provides a list of video surveillance startups to help you see and research what companies are new or not yet broadly known. 2021 State of Video Surveillance Startups In the past year, the number and funding of video...

By IPVM Team - 3 months ago

VisionLabs Facial Recognition Company Profile

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VisionLabs is a Russian-founded, Netherlands HQ computer vision developer most known for its facial recognition. IPVM spoke with VisionLabs to learn more about their business, their technology, and their expansion into hardware and other...

By Zach Segal - 3 months ago

AxxonSoft Russia Business and International Expansion Examined

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AxxonSoft tells IPVM that they plan to IPO in the US within 3–5 years; however, today, AxxonSoft is not widely known in the Americas. IPVM spoke with AxxonSoft CEO Alan Ataev, who moved to the US three years ago to lead business development...

By Robert Wren Gordon - 4 months ago

ONVIF Favorability Statistics 2021

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ONVIF now supports over 20,000 products, but how well do integrators think of the organization? Inside, we examine statistics and commentary from ~200 security integrators on ONVIF's positioning, pros, and cons.

By Ethan Ace - 4 months ago

Dahua Operates China Police Surveillance

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Inside the PRC (China), Dahua directly operates police video surveillance, significantly different from its Western common perception as a low-cost camera provider. In this post, IPVM investigates these activities, including: Dahua's large...

By Charles Rollet - 4 months ago

Avigilon Appearance Search 7.12 Tested

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IPVM tested Avigilon Appearance Alerts Version 7.4 in December 2019, noting it lacked key features included in competitors Anyvision and Briefcam. Now, the new version 7.12 introduces enhancements in those areas. The new features IPVM tested...

By Rob Kilpatrick - 4 months ago

Dahua and Hikvision Cutting Out Channel in Brazil

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In China, Dahua and Hikvision routinely sell direct but outside, it is less common. However, this is a growing trend in Brazil. IPVM investigated a Dahua direct bid in Southeast Brazil earlier this month and in January. Inside this note, IPVM...

By Isabella Cheng and Robert Wren Gordon - 4 months ago

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