OpenEye, a provider of cloud managed video surveillance solutions, announced the integration of its OpenEye Web Services (OWS) cloud managed video platform with SureView Systems’ Immix Central Station software. This cloud-to-cloud integration provides video verification of alarm events transmitted to the central station from an alarm panel or events raised by OpenEye recorders such as video loss or video analytics.
AJ’s Cleaners is a Charlotte, N.C.-based family-run, premier in-house dry cleaning delivery service, founded in 1988. AJs Cleaners has three locations, 20 employees and daily deliveries from all locations. To help protect their business, monitor security concerns and ensure a high degree of positive customer experiences, they needed a reliable, easy to use surveillance solution.
Arcules, provider of video cloud internet of things (IoT) as a service technology, announced the launch of the Arcules platform at Google Cloud Next. The Arcules Intelligent Video Cloud platform aggregates and analyzes previously untapped video surveillance and IoT sensor data, identifies trends in that data and applies predictive analytics to help businesses optimize operations and improve safety. Using the Arcules solution, businesses can access these insights anywhere and from any device in a streamlined, centralized platform, and quickly scale the solution without the burden of additional maintenance or hardware.
Digital Watchdog, provider of digital recorders, surveillance cameras and related management software, and Connected Technologies LLC, provider of a powerful cloud-hosted security management interface, announced the release of the DW Spectrum integration with Connect ONE.
IC Realtime, a leader in digital surveillance and security technology announced that a time-lapse compiler and creation tool is the first feature update available for Ella, IC Realtime’s cloud-based deep-learning search engine solution that augments surveillance systems with natural language search capabilities.
Camera manufacturer Hanwha Techwin America and software development company Camcloud have partnered to offer cameras that push video directly to the cloud and offer automatic updates and setup from smartphone apps.