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Directory Of 120 Video Management Software (VMS) Suppliers

This directory provides a list of Video Management Software providers to help you see and research what options are available. Listing Format The listing is in the layout of: Company Name, Product Name, Home Country, Notes, IPVM...

By IPVM Team - over 2 years ago

Bluebox Video UK Startup Profile

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One UK startup, Bluebox Video has designed, developed and is manufacturing their own streaming video wall appliances. To the right is a picture of their CTO, James Doolin, who designed the PCB mainboard, next to 24 Full HD cameras output from...

By Sean Patton - almost 3 years ago

Milestone / Canon Spinout Arcules Cloud Launch

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Canon and Milestone's VSaaS Startup spinoff Arcules launched their platform at Google Cloud Next. IPVM spoke with CEO Andreas Pettersson [link no longer available] about the product launch, its architecture, and capabilities. In this note, we...

By Sean Patton - almost 3 years ago

AI Startup Anyvision Raises $28 Million (Now $43 Million) Led By Bosch

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Anyvision is the most ambitious heavy-spending video surveillance startup in many years. And, now, the startup has raised $28 million led by Bosch to, as they humbly declare, "Lead the Global AI Industry". Who is Anyvision? What is Bosch doing...

By John Honovich - almost 3 years ago

UK VSaaS Startup Ocucon

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Decreasing exposure to fraudulent slip-and-fall insurance claims and lawsuits is one of the oldest selling points of video surveillance for retail. Providing video evidence of an incident that happened 4-6 months prior is a challenge for...

By Sean Patton - almost 3 years ago

Camio Wins 24,000 Camera AI VSaaS Customer

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Silicon Valley Artificial Intelligent VSaaS startup Camio has announced it has won a 24,000 camera deal, a sizeable system for a small company. Camio is one of the most technologically sophisticated video surveillance startups (see our...

By John Honovich - almost 3 years ago

IFSEC 2018 Final Show Report

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IPVM attended the IFSEC show for the first time this year. The Chinese took over the show, centered on Hikvision, flanked by Dahua, Huawei and a legion of other Chinese manufacturers. IFSEC is much smaller than ISC West, with about 50% fewer...

By IPVM Team - almost 3 years ago

China Public Video Surveillance Guide: From Skynet to Sharp Eyes

China is expanding its video surveillance network to achieve “100%” nationwide coverage by 2020, including facial recognition capabilities and a database that allows authorities to track and cross-check video data across the country. This...

By Charles Rollet - almost 3 years ago

Ambitious Mobile Access Startup: Openpath

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This team sold their last startup for hundreds of millions of dollars, now they have started Openpath to become a rare access control small business focused entrant. Like many startups, the company is making big claims like 'mobile access control...

By IPVM Team - almost 3 years ago

N3N "Truly Open Visualization Platform For Physical Security" Profile

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A Cisco-backed startup, N3N, claims to deliver "the world’s first and only truly open visualization platform for physical security." The company goes further in declaring that you can now "unite all of your physical security platforms and...

By Sean Patton - about 3 years ago

Chinese Manufacturer Kickstarter Campaign Huge Success (EverCam)

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In a week, a Chinese manufacturer's expertly done Kickstarter campaign has received $1.4 million in pledges, an incredible amount for a video surveillance product. By contrast, mega-manufacturer Honeywell's recent crowdfunding campaign made 80%...

By John Honovich - about 3 years ago

Rare Video Surveillance Fundraising - Verkada $15 Million

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Fundraising in video surveillance (and the broader physical security market) has been poor recently. Highlights are few and far in between including Knightscope raising $20 million from mom n' pop investors and Dahua's car manufacturer raising $63...

By Sean Patton - about 3 years ago

ISC West 2018 Best and Worst

ISC West 2018 had strong attendance, modest overall new products, and a surge in Artificial Intelligence marketing. First, here are 20+ manufacturer booth videos, to give you a feel for the show's displays: Inside this report, we examine the...

By IPVM Team - about 3 years ago

ISC West 2018 Access Control Rundown

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For ISC West 2018, what is new and interesting in access control?  This rundown will bring you up to speed on the exhibitors, what they are releasing, and give you an idea of what is new. Notable Trends In terms of marketwide trends, three...

By Brian Rhodes - about 3 years ago

30+ Emerging Tech Companies Examined

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ISC West has a new segment for 2018: the 'Emerging Technology Zone', which they boast: Featuring 50 of the latest and greatest startup businesses, these entrepreneurial start-up companies will help drive change and evolution in our complex...

By Sean Patton - about 3 years ago

Startup Image Intelligence 10X Accuracy Guarantee

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An Australian startup, Image Intelligence, is targeting the biggest problem of video analytics, poor accuracy, with quite a claim: Is this legitimate or a stunt? What does Image Intelligence aim to do? We spoke with Image Intelligence's...

By Sean Patton - about 3 years ago

Door Closer Startup Lifedoor Aims To Prevent Fire Deaths

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A startup named Lifedoor has a device with one basic function: Close doors during a fire. Closing doors is so powerful, UL and FDNY Fire Chiefs say doing so could prevent fire deaths. Device Shuts Doors During Fires Lifedoor's basic purpose is...

By Brian Rhodes - over 3 years ago

MIT Biggest Failures: Knightscope Robots

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From the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the MIT Technology review has picked a security industry company among its "Biggest Technology Failures of 2017". Making the list next to Juicero [link no longer available], the...

By John Honovich - over 3 years ago

Failed Retail Video Analytics Startup Analyzed

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Most manufacturers in this industry try hard to cover up failure. But an industry startup backed by Silicon Valley's most prestigious accelerator has provided an in-depth account of the causes of their demise. Inside this note, we review and...

By Brian Karas - over 3 years ago

Testing $20 WyzeCam, The Money Losing Amazon Vet Startup

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This startup is perfecting the old adage: We lose money on every sale, but make it up on volume But it is no joke. The company, Wyze Labs, is led by ex-Amazon managers, who clearly have money for an incredible PR campaign, including fawning...

By IPVM Team - over 3 years ago

Isonas Cofounders Split, Launch Partner/Competitor

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Breaking up is hard to do, especially when door access security is at stake. But that is exactly what has happened at Isonas. Senior employees who left have started up a new company, Blue Access Technologies, as a result. What is going on and...

By Brian Rhodes - over 3 years ago

Assa Abloy Acquires August

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The mega access control manufacturer, Assa Abbloy, has acquired [link no longer available] one of the most well funded access control startups, smart lock manufacturer August. This comes just months after August raised $25 million from VC...

By IPVM Team - over 3 years ago

Verkada, Silicon Valley VSaaS Startup, Targets Enterprise

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Verkada says they are building an enterprise-class VSaaS offering, calling it "The new platform for video security". This is a departure from the consumer/SMB focus of many recent startups and companies like Nest, Canary, Ring, etc. Enterprise...

By John Honovich - over 3 years ago

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