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Ivideon-powered cameras record locally on SD card being connected to Ivideon Cloud via 4G router. Live video and archived recordings are accessible from any Internet enabled device.

Camera supports micro SD card up to 128GB which is enough for 140 hours of local recording.

By adding different alarm triggers (panic button, door opening sensor etc.) you will be able to receive instant push-notifications when they are triggered.

Mobile network is used remote control, Wi-Fi network of transport garage is used for exporting archived videos.

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Formed in 2003 DVS Ltd. has quickly established itself as one of Europe’s most successful multi-brand distributors of electronic surveillance products.

A fast paced and energetic organisation, DVS has embraced innovative technological advances in the industry and are now seen as one of the industry’s most proficient distributors of IP CCTV products.

DVS has built an enviable reputation in the industry that has helped to ensure that many of the industry’s leading manufacturers have decided that DVS is the best partner to introduce their products to the professional installer.

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OBLO Living, a company specialized in home automation solutions, announces cooperation with Ivideon, on integration of their video surveillance system into OBLO ecosystem. The cooperation with Ivideon, the world’s leading provider of cloud surveillance systems for video streaming and cloud recording, represents a unique market offering, as it combines two currently leading technologies, home automation and IP camera video surveillance.

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Ivideon, the world’s leading provider of cloud surveillance systems for video streaming and cloud recording, has today announced the integration of its services with world-leading manufacturer of video surveillance products, Dahua Technology. The integration involves Lite series, ECO Savvy 2.0 series, and Wi-Fi series IP cameras, which offer 1.3 and 3 megapixels resolution. Eco Savvy 3.0 series and XVR (Penta-brid Video Recorder) are to follow in the coming weeks.

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