Info Security Products Guide Names VideoIQ Winner of the 2009 Tomorrow’s Technology Today AwardApril 22, 2009
VideoIQ iCVR Selected as Winner in the Physical Security Category
Bedford, MA - April 22, 2009 - VideoIQ , the inventor of the world’s first and only intelligent surveillance camera with a built-in DVR, announced today that Info Security Products Guide, the industry’s leading publication on security-related products and technologies, has named VideoIQ a winner of the 2009 Tomorrow’s Technology Today Award. This prestigious award recognizes security vendors with advanced, groundbreaking technologies and solutions that are helping set the bar higher for others in all areas of security. The VideoIQ iCVR was selected based on technologies that are making the most positive impact on security in today’s highly sophisticated and blended attacks environment.
Driven by next-generation analytics, the VideoIQ iCVR combines automated event detection, a built-in DVR and integrated video management into a single solution - a combination that both delivers real-time threat detection and solves the bandwidth and storage problems of traditional IP cameras. The iCVR is also the only intelligent solution in the industry that requires no tuning or calibration - users can simply plug it in and begin using it immediately.
“Threats have no boundaries and security awareness is the key to a proactive approach,” said Rake Narang, editor-in-chief, Info Security Products Guide. “Probably nothing differentiates any product or solution more than the superior technologies that make them suitable for today’s needs while proactively being ready for tomorrow, too.”
“Info Security Products Guide’s recognition of VideoIQ further validates our iCVR family of encoders and cameras as being head and shoulders above other solutions in the market,” said VideoIQ CEO Scott Schnell. “The VideoIQ iCVR has taken IP surveillance to new levels, eliminating bandwidth issues, increasing reliability and accuracy, and cutting security costs by up to 90 percent. Our technology is in use at hundreds of customer sites around the world and is recognized for its ability to transform passive video surveillance into a dynamic, real-time system for early warning and proactive security protection.”