VIVOTEK releases video content analysis solution

ObjectVideo ObjectVideo, Inc., a technology and solutions company, and VIVOTEK INC., a brand of Internet Protocol-based surveillance products, announced on Nov. 10 the release of VIVOTEK’s first video content analysis (VCA) solution for IP cameras.

VIVOTEK’s fisheye fixed dome cameras, including FE8174, FE8174V, and FE8173, are now available with line crossing detection, field detection and object counting.

“It is our great pleasure to cooperate with ObjectVideo, the world’s leading provider of intelligent video software,” remarked Executive Vice President Steve Ma of VIVOTEK. “Bearing our strong belief in generating unprecedented synergy through cooperating with partners, together with ObjectVideo, we successfully developed our first VCA application package and expanded the surveillance to business applications. Our VCA package offering is definitely to bring great benefits to our global customers.”

“As one of our earliest patent licensees, we are excited to support VIVOTEK in the launch of its first homegrown video analytics solution,” said Chris Capuano, general counsel of ObjectVideo. “VIVOTEK’s new VCA solution reflects the growth trend of greater intelligence at the edge in the global marketplace.”

ObjectVideo has 20 patent licensees, including Hikvision, Sony, Panasonic, Pelco, Bosch, March Networks, Tyco/American Dynamics, FLIR, VIVOTEK, UDP, VideoIQ, 3VR, AgentVi, and LiLIN. ObjectVideo holds 59 U.S. and international patents in the field of video analytics and has over 40 U.S. and international patents pending.