The previous generation of IP Speed Domes connected to Ivideon cloud have been proven to be the perfect solution for Construction sites, Community services, City Surveillance, Hotels and Ski resorts among many others including the chain of Moscow Jewelry Factory stores, Belwest shoe stores and Dodo Pizza restaurants.
Ivideon’s iOS app is used by quite a few of our customers every day, generally business owners and managers who aren’t near their computers but need fast access to an overview of their office or other location.
Ivideon users with business accounts and cloud storage connected can delay recording to their archive in the cloud. Using the new functionality, recordings are first stored locally, on Ivideon Server or an SD card in the camera, and then copied to the cloud later.
It’s autumn, and that means new releases are dropping like leaves from the trees! We added support for camera groups to business users of the Ivideon web application. In previous versions, the only good way to manage groups of cameras was to use the Ivideon Desktop Client.
Ivideon Client, just like the web application, lets users watch live feeds and their footage archive from cameras linked to Ivideon Server as well as cameras with Ivideon built in. Videos can be watched via a local area network or online.
We’ve spent months testing Ivideon Server 3.5.9 (really, with the number of changes we’ve made, we could call it version 4.0.0), and it’s finally ready for release. This version includes full support for IP cameras and DVRs using the ONVIF protocol, which all modern IP cameras, DVRs, and NVRs offer.
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.
Formed in 2003 DVS Ltd. has quickly established itself as one of Europe’s most successful multi-brand distributors of electronic surveillance products.
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.