RESTON, Va.—Video analytics provider Object Video announced in June that it has signed a patent licensing agreement with Vivotek. Meanwhile, its patent battle with major video surveillance providers Samsung and Bosch will continue, with an International Trade Commission trial scheduled to begin this week.
VIENNA, Va.—While there is still some confusion in the market about what constitutes a “true PSIM” and what’s merely a “PSIM wannabe,” the market is maturing and demand is growing, James Chong, founder and CTO of PSIM provider VidSys, told Security Systems News.
LOWELL, Mass.—In a strategic move that executives say will enable the company to expand its offerings, video surveillance provider Oncam Global on July 2 announced it now owns Grandeye, a 360-degree video technology provider.
BETHESDA, Md.—Brivo dealers have a foot in the door of the $25 billion fitness club business, thanks to a new integration between Brivo’s Web-based access control software and systems and health-club management software provider ClubReady.
RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.—One year after taking the helm, DVTEL CEO Yoav Stern says the company is eyeing the middle market for growth as it transitions from its startup phase to become a larger player in the IP video surveillance space.
SALT LAKE CITY—Xandem is a startup company that’s attracted some mainstream media attention and technical awards, as well as interest among some security integrators who think the company’s motion sensor system may solve some common security problems.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia—Avigilon executives expect the release, announced today, of the company's new PTZ camera to propel the video surveillance provider further into gaming and other major vertical markets.