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22/06/2017

Eagle Eye Networks acquires makers of Panasonic Cameramanager & Nubo

Austin, Tx (USA)

PCMSEU operated the largest number of cloud recorded cameras in Europe and now combined with Eagle Eye creates the world’s first global cloud video surveillance company.

Eagle Eye Networks, Inc. is acquiring Panasonic Cloud Management Service Europe B.V. (PCMSEU) makers of the Panasonic Cameramanager and Panasonic Nubo.  PCMSEU operated the largest number of cloud recorded cameras in Europe and now combined with Eagle Eye creates the world’s first global cloud video surveillance company.

Panasonic Cloud Management Service Europe B.V. will be renamed ‘Eagle Eye Networks B.V.’ and will function as the European Headquarters for Eagle Eye – selling and supporting the expanded Eagle Eye product line.

“Our dealers in Europe have responded with overwhelming support for this acquisition. It will greatly enhance our sales and support efforts in the European market,” said Dean Drako, CEO of Eagle Eye Networks. “The strong and experienced team in cloud video surveillance at our new Eagle Eye EMEA Headquarters will make it possible for us to provide a tremendous level of support to all of our dealers in the region.”

All of PCMSEU’s employees have been retained. The management team of Rishi Lodhia and Tijmen Vos are continuing to drive the business as Managing Director and Technical Director of Eagle Eye Networks EMEA. The addition of the full Cameramanager and Nubo engineering and support teams will greatly enhance the size, scope, and investment by Eagle Eye in cloud video solutions worldwide. Rishi Lodhia stated, “This is a unique opportunity to bring two pioneers in cloud video surveillance together and deliver a broad portfolio of innovative cloud surveillance solutions. Eagle Eye and Cameramanager dealers worldwide will now have a wider selection of cloud video products to meet their customers’ needs.”

The combined offering of the Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS with the new Eagle Eye Cameramanager and Eagle Eye Nubocam will provide Eagle Eye dealers the broadest product line available from any cloud video provider in the world.

The Panasonic Cameramanager product will be renamed “Eagle Eye Cameramanager.” Eagle Eye plans to increase investment and support of the product to expand its sales globally for those customers that desire direct camera to cloud connectivity. The Cameramanager solution does not have an onsite bridge device, as the Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS does, and can therefore be more cost effective for smaller camera counts per location. The company expects to quickly expand the global markets that Eagle Eye Cameramanager serves.

Eagle Eye Cloud Security VMS will continue to be sold in Europe by Eagle Eye Networks B.V. for customers that require a large selection of camera interoperability or need more than a few cameras per location. Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS currently supports over 1,000 different digital cameras, over 10,000 different analog cameras, up to 10 years of video retention, and can handle very large camera counts.

Panasonic Nubo is part of the acquisition and will be renamed “Eagle Eye Nubocam.” The revolutionary LTE camera has opened up the category of mobile video monitoring. It is a versatile LTE camera that connects anytime and anywhere over a cellular or wireless network. It offers consumers and businesses the ability to see their valuables anywhere, anytime. The Eagle Eye Nubocam will continue to be promoted, integrated, and enhanced.

The company believes that the combined offering of the Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS with the new Eagle Eye Cameramanager and Eagle Eye Nubocam will provide Eagle Eye dealers the broadest product line available from any cloud video provider in the world.


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