July is coming to an end and it means that we can tell you everything about updates we’ve released this month. And we hope our news will make your day.
There are a lot of respected people among the Ivideon clients: keepers of chain stores, restaurants, fuel stations and other chain-style business, which require one whole video surveillance system.
So, all these respected people expend great resources (often at the price of their personal time) required in business development. But nothing human is alien to them. They also wish to run about the streets and catch Pokemons with their smartphones. But due to the lack of time they can’t.
That’s why we decided to start a unique project, the aim of which is to unite real Ivideon cameras with virtual Pokemon Go world. As a part of the project we’re going to gear an artificial neural network set up to search and catch all Pokemons at a camera view angle automatically. So, the more cameras you have, the more Pokemons will be caught in your Pokeball! Nothing can escape from us!
You work? Ivideon catches Pokemons for you! You eat? Ivideon catches Pokemons for you! You sleep? Well, serious people don’t catch Pokemons themselves...
We’re just about to wrap up what has been a critical and productive year, and we’d like to take a couple of minutes to look back on it with you. It’s what everyone does this time of year, and we’re happy to say that it’s something we can look forward to.
On June 2 we signed an agreement at the end of a round of investment that brought in $4 million, and, though the money certainly was a huge boon, having the professionals at Impulse VC come on board has been key to pushing our business ever higher.
We joined forces with the Oco Group, offering Oco Wi-Fi cameras with the Ivideon service built in that launched in March and instantly captured the hearts and recognition of users.
But that wasn’t the end of the story! Oco cameras are taking over the European and American markets, sold there by major retailers from Walmart and Target to Fry’s Electronics and Best Buy. And all it took was less than eight months!
How do you talk about yourself in a way that is attention-grabbing in its refreshing originality? While it sometimes seems like there is nothing new under the sun, we have an idea: what about using video surveillance?
It’s time to stop pigeon-holing video surveillance as something only security professionals need to worry about, and it’s time to stop thinking of it as tricky and expensive. It can be so much more once it breaks that mold, something Ivideon has done a great job proving.
The company’s cloud-based video surveillance offers an intriguing bit of functionality: users can embed feeds directly into their sites and blogs. Not only that, but site visitors can enjoy both live feeds and archived recordings, something that keeps them tuned into the here and now without losing the ability to check back into what happened just a little while ago. In short, the entire storyline is spread out right before their eyes.
Let’s look at some ways you can benefit from embedded feeds.
November 11, 2015, was a momentous occasion for Ivideon, a cloud-based video surveillance system, as the company released Ivigram. The new app lets users travel the world completely free of charge using nothing but the screen of their iPhone or iPad.