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ioimage to showcase off-the-shelf video analytics at ASIS International in Las Vegas

Published on 18 September, 2007
ioimage, the pioneer of intelligent video appliances designed for simplicity in installation and operation, will showcase its extended line of video encoders and IP cameras with built-in video analytics at ASIS International's Annual Seminar and Exhibits in Las Vegas this September 24th through 26th, at booth #2835.

At ASIS International, ioimage will reveal the new ioibox trk1, an affordable intelligent video encoder with built-in self-sustained video analytics for powerful automated detection and tracking of intruders and threats.  This easy-to-use appliance transforms any standard surveillance camera into a proactive video sensor.  With a simple 5-minute browser based set up, the ioibox trk1 is designed for mass market offering of high-end analytics at an affordable cost, enabling effortless integration with existing CCTV systems.

ioimage will also showcase its award winning ioicam ioicam mmp100dn.  Recently announced, this 3-Megapixel IP camera with built in analytics and synchronized Picture in Picture tracking received the Security Industry Association's Product Achievement Award at ISC West this March.

ioimage's line of intelligent video appliances includes video encoders and IP cameras that enable installers to deploy easy-to-use plug-and-play video analytics with minimal effort.  ioimage's off-the-shelf solutions make them ideal for retrofitting existing installations and installing new systems. 

"ioimage will have a unique showcase this year, focusing on our plug and play, ‘packaged to go' approach to video analytics," said Roni Kass, CEO and founder of ioimage.  "Since we introduced the concept of intelligent video appliances, we have seen growing mass-market demand for video analytics, and we intend to keep working diligently to expand our line of products and broaden the reach of intelligent video."

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