Surveillance giant Eagle-Eye Networks implement video analytics to Cloud-based Security Camera VMS

Surveillance giant Eagle-Eye Networks implement video analytics to Cloud-based Security Camera VMS
The Siliconreview
05 September, 2017

Texas based surveillance Company Eagle-Eye Networks is one of the dominant companies as surveillance and monitoring equipment providers. Eagle-Eye Networks have released the ability of video analytics in their platform which offers intrusion detection, line crossing and other services with their Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS. Eagle Eye’s RESTful API platform and Big Data Video Framework accommodates analysis of live video. Eagle Eye’s open Video API has facilitated integrations with alarm monitoring, third party analytics and security dashboards.

The 3 new features that have been implemented are:

  • Line crossing: Detects when an object crosses a virtual line. Users can specify direction and can receive notifications. Useful for receiving notifications when a perimeter is crossed. It will be useful to monitor entrances, docks and parking lots.
  • Intrusion detection: Detects when an object passes into an area defined by the customer, generating an instant notification.
  • Object counting: Counts the number of objects crossing a line in both directions. Object counting is useful for counting cars as well as people. Total daily count and current count delta are displayed. Useful for places like parking lot or traffic systems. Entrances can also be suitable to use this feature.

The Eagle Eye Cloud Security Camera VMS Analytics are a true cloud solution that is available on Eagle Eye Network’s founder and CEO, Dean Drako. “Over the next few years, customers will have the option to turn on more sophisticated analytics as Eagle Eye Networks’ cloud-based model leads the physical security industry in making analytics more functional and more accessible.”

Founded in Austin, Texas in 2012, Eagle Eye Networks has in a short span of time become one of the dominant players in cloud-based video surveillance solutions in North America. Having acquired Panasonic Cloud Management Services Europe BV in June 2017, it can now claim space of the European market too.