We’ve been working with ioimage to add support for their unique analytics-based IP cameras into exacqVision. Tying the ioimage analytics into exacqVision’s event linking feature produces a compelling analytics-based IP video surveillance system. Because the analytics are in the edge device, a user can add analytics capability to an exacqVision system whenever and wherever they want; it’s as simple as adding another camera on the network.
The built-in video analytics of ioimage cameras require no additional components for video analysis. They can simultaneously detect intruders, suspicious unattended baggage, stopped vehicles, and removed/stolen items. The full range of analytic routines is offered is here.
ioimage issued a press release today on the integration:
ioimage and Exacq Announce Technology Partnership
Tuesday September 9, 8:00 am ET
ioimage Intelligent Video Encoders and IP Cameras to Integrate With Exacq’s IP Video Management Software
HERZLIYA, Israel, September 9 /PRNewswire/ — ioimage, the pioneer of intelligent video appliances designed for simplicity, announced today a technology partnership with Exacq Technologies, a leading developer of open architecture NVR (Network Video Recorder) software and hardware solutions used in security surveillance applications.
This partnership enables new and existing Exacq Technologies users to seamlessly integrate ioimage’s video analytics appliances with the exacqVision server software found on their Hybrid Servers and IP Camera Servers.
The exacqVision solution delivers a scalable common user interface for video surveillance systems small or large, which provides real-time and recorded video that can be managed and configured from any location on a security network.
“This alliance enables exacqVision users to gain seamless access to one of the market’s leading video analytics platforms,” said Dave Underwood, President, Exacq Technologies. “ioimage fit perfectly with our proposition of full-featured, easy to use and affordable video solutions.”
“ioimage’s partnership with Exacq accentuates our firm commitment to interoperability while broadening the reach of intelligent video,” said Dvir Doron, Vice President of Marketing for ioimage. “With Exacq’s NVR and video management platforms we are able to extend availability of our intelligent video appliances and enhance choice for our customers around the world.”
The ioimage integration with exacqVision will be available in October.