Published on 25 February, 2008
ioimage, the pioneer of intelligent video appliances, and EVT, a provider of video management software, recently announced that they have completed integration of their video security solutions.
As a result of this partnership, EVT's open architecture video management software now supports ioimage's intelligent video encoders and IP cameras, enabling existing and new users to seamlessly and cost-effectively incorporate video analytics into their security networks.
ioimage's intelligent video encoders and IP cameras can be seamlessly operated from within the management framework and client interface of EVT's Vertex, a video management and network video recording solution for medium and large-scale surveillance deployments. Vertex is widely installed in large enterprises and governmental facilities worldwide.
"We are seeing real demand from our customers to incorporate intelligent video analytics into their surveillance systems, as a means of enhancing operational efficiency via automatic, reliable detection of a wide range of security events in markets such as retail, transportation, banking and education," said Oren Feldmann, VP Marketing and Sales, EVT.
"This cooperation with ioimage provides our customers with a choice of powerful video analytics solutions which are extremely easy to install. We have found ioimage's open integration platform easy and coherent, making the task of integrating intelligent video appliances as easy as adding another IP device or camera. The joint offering will dramatically reduce the efforts required by security officers in event detection, analysis and video management processes."
"We are happy to announce this technology partnership as it enables ioimage to provide better interoperability with a broader scope of security solutions", said Dvir Doron, Vice President of Marketing for ioimage. "We've strategically created an open-standards, http-based platform for simple integration, as part of our ongoing strategy to broaden the reach of video analytics in all sectors."