Chain retailers care about one question more than anything: how do I stay ahead of the competition? And there are all kinds of tools and solutions out there claiming to boost efficiency. Not at all surprisingly, it’s easy to get lost, which is why we’re here to tell you what you can really do to build your competitive edge.
Another side of video surveillance
Two constant thorns in the side of retail are theft and keeping an eye on what’s happening at the cash registers. Standard operating procedure is to set up your usual video surveillance system covering the floor and register banks, but today we’re going to see how much more those cameras can do.
When video surveillance systems only cover surveillance, retailers are missing out on opportunities to dig deeper into their business and better understand their customers.
Integrating cameras with digital systems offers the chance to automate data collection, analyzing image sequences in the process. When the first video analytics services popped up, they turned devices for control and security into what are ultimately marketing tools.
Ivideon was at Dahua Technology Partner Day in Madrid, the theme of which was Create Smart Solutions Together, to present new video analytics projects and cloud services: Ivideon Faces, Ivideon People Counting, and Ivideon Bridge.
We discussed our service’s innovative cloud-based video surveillance and video analytics solutions with the nearly 500 event participants, among whom were system integrators, end users, and reps from the world’s leading security firms.
Dahua Technology Partner Day was a fantastic forum that brought together top players to hear firsthand about cutting-edge solutions in security, monitoring, and business efficiency enhancement. With its three new products, Ivideon finds itself part of the wave sweeping what is a growing sector. And today we’d like to talk more about the opportunities Ivideon has to offer businesses around the world.
Cloud video surveillance and video analytics provider Ivideon has become a strategic partner of Dahua Technology Co., Ltd. — one of the world’s leading manufacturers of VSaaS software and hardware solutions, security systems and IoT solutions.
The agreement was signed as part of the Dahua Integration Partner Program (DIPP). Partners will collaborate on joint marketing activities and projects, provide technical support for joint products and mutual training for employees.
Paxton, the global brand of electronic access control and video intercom systems has announced that its cloud-based access control solution, Paxton BLU now integrates with Ivideon, a cloud-based video surveillance company.
The integration between Paxton BLU and Ivideon allows dealers to provide their customers with a powerful and flexible security solution. The two combined offer centralized management, video verification of access events, and increased system functionality. Users can log into a single platform to view and manage video events through a smartphone, tablet, or PC with Internet connection, enabling them to respond quickly to incidents that may occur.
There are plenty of new features being added to the service that are going to make our clients’ lives much easier, especially if they have a lot of cameras to their name. Here are the highlights: