Survey shows global insight into cloud video surveillance

Austin, Tx (USA)

Eagle Eye Networks, a global leader in cloud video surveillance, has this week released its new report detailing camera use and insights from cameras connected to the Eagle Eye Networks Cloud Video Management System (VMS).

The insights are analysed from a sample data set of 100,000 cameras in 90 countries around the world. True Cloud, technology improvements, Covid-19, and the need for business intelligence are transforming the video surveillance market.

“As the global leader in cloud video surveillance, Eagle Eye Networks has a wealth of data, best practices, and insights that can help the industry transform how companies manage security and business operations,” said Dean Drako, Founder and CEO of Eagle Eye Networks. “Our first report shows how the flexibility, scalability, and reliability of cloud video surveillance are starting to impact the physical security industry.”

Some of the key data highlighted by the report includes issues such as differences in regional use across the Americas, EMEA and APAC for retention of video in the cloud, and the adoption of higher resolution cameras, audio, and length of retention in the cloud.

The report also demonstrates that the impact of Covid-19 is driving the need for some remote video access, gives an insight into the relative popularity of select analytics, and shows the flexibility of true cloud systems to be able to support hundreds of camera types and manufacturers around the world.

The report was developed from data pulled from Eagle Eye Cloud VMS. Eagle Eye Networks reviewed aggregate data from more than 100,000 cameras in 90 countries representing more than 130 camera manufacturers, and serving industries such as retail, restaurant, corporate, warehouse and industrial, education, healthcare, hospitality, multifamily, and many others.


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