Published on 18 May, 2009
| ioimage opens up a new office in Beijing to accomodate demand |
ioimage, the pioneer of intelligent video appliances designed for simplicity, announced today that it has opened an office in Beijing to support growing demand of its products and to better support partners and end users in China.
The Chinese video surveillance sector is predicted to exceed $3 billion by 2012, according to IMS Research. ioimage partners with Tung Po, Bellsent and Honeywell with several installations in China both in the high end and mid range markets, including prisons, coal mines, police stations, a tobacco warehouse and military bases. ioimage is currently looking to strengthen and expand its distribution networks and to hire additional people to staff its Beijing office.
"The Chinese security market and the video analytics sector in particular are experiencing rapid growth," said Maoz Tenenbaum, ioimage Senor Sales Director, Asia Pacific. "By establishing an office in Beijing, ioimage can leverage this enormous potential while providing the best and closest possible support to our existing partners and customers. We look forward to continued growth and pursuit of further opportunities in this dynamic market."
ioimage offers an array of high-performance, feature-rich encoders and cameras built with cutting-edge video analytics as well as intelligent video software that deliver enhanced security and safety to enterprises and installations of any size. ioimage is dedicated to providing products designed and packaged for simplicity, geared toward both the high end market government, homeland, military, critical infrastructure, airports and seaports as well as the mid-range market - factories, manufacturing facilities, logistics centers, educational institutions, retail outlets and warehouses. ioimage products have been fully localized into Chinese.