Security Essen – Booth 5C22: AI innovations are the focus in Essen

September 18, 2022

Eagle Eye Networks to focus on intelligent video search, integrated systems, and partnerships at Security Essen 2022
Eagle Eye to demonstrate AI innovations at booth 5C22

Eagle Eye Networks, the global leader in cloud video surveillance systems, today announced that it will showcase its flagship Eagle Eye Cloud VMS (Video Management System) with new AI-powered Smart Video Search and the ability to integrate access control, alarm management and other technologies for a customized end-to-end solution at Security Essen, September 20-23, 2022, at the Convention Centre in Essen, Germany.

“With the rapid adoption of the cloud and the emergence of AI innovations such as Smart Video Search, 2022 will be a landmark year for the security industry,” said Dean Drako, founder and CEO of Eagle Eye Networks. “Our cyber secure cloud video surveillance solutions with AI and analytics are designed to protect data and privacy and can help German companies comply with data privacy regulations, improve security, streamline business operations and provide better customer service.”

Attendees are invited to book an appointment in advance here and visit booth 5C22 for demonstrations and discussions:

Eagle Eye Smart Video Search: search video the same way you search the web. Simply type in: “person with backpack”, “red Audi”, “person with green shirt” and find the exact video on all cameras at all locations. free; no additional hardware or subscriptions required.

Open Platform:

Eagle Eye offers unlimited scalability, flexible pricing, advanced analytics and an open API platform for unlimited customization.

Partnerships and Integrations:

Eagle Eye has an extensive network of technology partners and is pleased to be co-exhibiting with Brivo and Sitasys. Featured solutions include: Brivo Access, for intelligent, high-performance building security; and evalink, the fully managed, automated and integrated alarm management platform from Sitasys.

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