Vivotek Debuts VSaaS Subscription through Vortex

Vivotek Debuts VSaaS Subscription through Vortex

By Greg Tavarez

Businesses are doing whatever they can to protect their assets. That means implementing not only cyber security solutions, but physical security as well.  The video surveillance market is expected to grow to $76.4 billion by 2027, according to MarketsandMarkets, driven largely by the availability of cloud-based video surveillance.

IP surveillance solution provider Vivotek launched its cloud-based video surveillance as a service, Vortex, in the U.S.

The launch marked the company's debut in the subscriptions market and its ability to consolidate camera, app, web, cloud and deep learning technology into an AI surveillance solution. Video data is stored and analyzed through edge computing directly within the camera and backed up in the cloud, reducing time, cost, and bandwidth limitations.

Vortex features AI video analysis technologies, upgraded real-time detection and post-hoc search functionality. It also features deep search algorithms to convert metadata into searchable and quantifiable information and refine people, vehicle and environment detection accuracy over time.

Along with real-time alerts, Vortex filters through big data to identify or follow past events. Its hybrid cloud architecture allows for unlimited cloud archiving, automatic backup, event management and instant sharing. These features are merged to maximize operational efficiency and storage reliability while minimizing network interruptions and downtime.

"Vortex is a major breakthrough of Vivotek’s end-to-end surveillance solution for VSaaS," said ShengFu Cheng, Vivotek vice president of strategic business. “Now, video data can be stored and analyzed via edge computing directly within the camera and backup in the cloud, significantly reducing time, cost, and bandwidth limitations of the past."

Vortex remote centralized management brings real-time live streams and on-site recordings with a click. Vortex’s hybrid cloud architecture offers business owners all-inclusive surveillance footage without concern about data loss under any conditions.

Through AI analytics rules, security activates automatically. Real-time patrol, proactive notification and intelligent search will reduce the time and effort spent on surveillance and forensic investigation.

“With Vortex, a highly integrated cloud services, managing a surveillance system is more effective and easier than ever before," said Cheng.

Vortex enables end users to immediately enjoy the VSaaS benefits with easy setup, intuitive UI and sustaining maintenance. The cloud subscription covers extra maintenance, equipment and storage, reducing the cost of total ownership.

With the launch, Vivotek will include Vortex video management software and cloud storage service for free license with any Vortex cameras purchased through Dec. 31.




Edited by Erik Linask
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