ATLANTA — Memoreyes, developer of a smart outdoor video surveillance system, is searching for qualified integrators to participate in its national dealer program.
Memoreyes says it will provide integrators with training that centers on its patent-pending, megapixel/HD–quality, pan/tilt/zoom (p/t/z) camera system with machine learning.
“Integrators are a key part of our business plan,” says Memoreyes Founder and CEO John Collings. “Our Entrance System (Model 100) and All Property System (Model 360) go far beyond traditional outdoor cameras and opens up new opportunities for them to improve safety and deter criminal activity at multi-family housing, hospitals, campuses, office complexes, malls and retail outlets and offer an entirely new category of managed services.”
This technology is said to allow the system to quickly differentiate between authorized individuals and potentially hostile targets. Through machine learning, it also anticipates potential risks and proactively responds to evolving situations using light, sound and voice messages.
Over time the system learns the habits and trends associated with each camera within a specific setting, enabling it to quickly identify departures from the norm.
Collings says that one of the company’s biggest hurdles was to create a facility-wide WiFi system that would reliably work in an outside environment. With that solved, strategically positioned cameras now work in tandem to provide 360-degree tracking of residents, visitors and vehicles on the property on an as-need basis.
This means that the system can cover large outdoor areas with a handful of cameras as opposed to traditional systems that often require dozens or even hundreds to do the same job, according to the company.
“We don’t rely on standard pixel-following methodology. Our sophisticated software is continually sampling the environment, analyzing visual and auditory inputs against known patterns,” explains Memoreyes Co-Founder and CTO David Tattersall. “At the same time, we have adopted comprehensive privacy policies, which protects owners, property managers and residents alike.”
The complete system includes the entry/exit monitoring Entrance System that provides video of all oncoming, passing and departing vehicles. This includes license plate reading, even at night or in bad weather.
Memoreyes claims cost savings can be as much as 75% less than alternative systems due to its ability to cover large outdoor areas with only a handful of cameras. The company also offers a leasing program for end users to save money in both the short and long term.
For more information on the system, or to become part of the authorized dealer program, visit Memoreyes.com, or contact the company at Memoreyes@Tpromo.com.
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