Innovative smart video search set to break new ground

Las Vegas, Nv (USA)

Eagle Eye Networks recently debuted the company's newly launched Eagle Eye LPR, license plate recognition, and gave a preview fo its upcoming Eagle Eye Smart Video Search at ISC West in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Eagle Eye Smart Video Search is, according to the company, the first-of-its-kind deployment of smart search across a global enterprise without the need for local hardware changes or local labour.

At the show, the Eagle Eye Networks team presented the new AI + Cloud offerings and were there to explain how a true cloud video surveillance platform can address customers’ security needs, while delivering cyber security assurance, business intelligence, and the flexibility to change and scale systems to ensure investments are future-proof.

Demonstrations included the Eagle Eye LPR (license plate recognition), which uses the company's AI + Cloud designed to achieve a very high accuracy in challenging conditions and it operates on any security camera.

In addition, Eagle Eye Smart Video Search, allows users to search for people, vehicles, or objects and immediately find the exact video across all cameras in all sites saving time and money. All customers will get this AI capability without any change to their installations–at no extra subscription cost–in the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS (video management system).

At the event Eagle Eye also presented an education session, called, “Cloud Video Surveillance Makes Cities Smarter.” This session involved a discussion on the Mexico City Smart City project with integrator Jaime Abad Valdenebro of Omnicloud, security consultant Ray Bernard of RBCS, and technology provider Ken Francis of Eagle Eye Networks. It’s a multi-year smart city project consisting of 58,000 fixed cameras and 16,000 cameras in public transport, and body cameras as well. 

Business leaders’ interest in cloud video surveillance and subscription-based services is on the rise. According to a January 2022 Novaira Insights survey, 68.3% of respondents in the US and Canada thought their organisation will move to managing or storing more of its video surveillance data in the cloud in the next two years.

“The combination of true cloud-based video surveillance systems and a subscription-based business model can offer advantages for end-users and systems integrators,” said Josh Woodhouse, report author and founder of Novaira Insights. “It can offer a flexible pay-as-you-grow scalability – such as adding new cameras or locations – or to try out new artificial intelligence (AI) features–with low friction configuration and only short-term commitments.”

Eagle Eye Smart Video Search is scheduled to be globally available in Summer, 2022.


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