VideoIQ Continues Rapid International Expansion to Meet Rising Global Demand

Jun 28, 2011, 09:00 ET from VideoIQ

Distributors in Australia, China and Scandinavia Join VideoIQ's International Team

BEDFORD, Mass., June 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- VideoIQ, the leader in video surveillance innovation, today announced the addition of new distributors in Australia, China and Scandinavia to its international team of partners, further accelerating VideoIQ's strong presence in Asia and Europe.  Each of these new distribution partners will be  responsible for sales, technical support and distribution of VideoIQ's line of intelligent video surveillance systems within each of their territories, including iCVR-HD cameras, iCVR dome cameras, iCVR encoders, and the iCST line of streaming cameras and encoders.

VideoIQ's all-in-one camera systems and smart encoders deliver up to full 1080p high-definition video, zero bandwidth recording, and 100 percent self-calibrating adaptive analytics.  Unlike conventional IP video surveillance systems which face significant bandwidth and storage challenges, VideoIQ's iCVR cameras and encoders store video in up to 500GB of onboard storage for months worth of recording, reducing network traffic and bandwidth consumption by more than 90 percent.  Additionally, VideoIQ's adaptive analytics are 100 percent self-calibrating, eliminating the need to manually tune or adjust the analytics over the life of the device – dramatically reducing installation and maintenance costs.

The new international representatives, by region, are:

  • Australia- VideoIQ Australasia, in partnership with Zone Advanced Protection Systems, will be representing VideoIQ in the Australia/ New Zealand market.  Founded in 1986, Zone Advanced Protection Systems has a long and proud history of delivering leading edge, digital video surveillance solutions.  With extensive experience in video analytics and high definition surveillance, this partnership will deliver even greater deployment flexibility and true proactive surveillance with VideoIQ's revolutionary adaptive analytics and full onboard NVR storage.
  • China- Hypersee will be representing VideoIQ across China. Founded in 2005, Hypersee has an extensive list of high profile customers and deployments including the Tibet railway, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and numerous national border protection projects. The management of Hypersee brings more than five years of experience in the video analytic business to the distribution of VideoIQ's product line.
  • Scandinavia - CCTV-Systems will be representing VideoIQ in Scandinavia. CCTV-Systems has been delivering innovative surveillance solutions to some of Sweden's most demanding clients since 1982, including DHL, SAS and the Swedish Navy. CCTV- Systems is a full service distributor that serves clients of all sizes, helping ensure convenient, simple, risk-free installations. The management of this group has extensive video analytic experience and has been selling the VideoIQ product for almost 10 years.

"Each of these international distributors represents the best in their regions," said Holly Tsourides, vice president of worldwide sales for VideoIQ.  "By partnering with such well established companies, we're able to further accelerate our presence in both the Asian and European markets, allowing us better meet the needs of our rapidly expanding international customer base."

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VideoIQ is the leading innovator in intelligent video surveillance.  VideoIQ's award-winning IP surveillance cameras and encoders include the most advanced, adaptive analytics in the industry, onboard NVR storage and enterprise class video management.  Now, VideoIQ is delivering a new standard in megapixel surveillance, with zero bandwidth recording and full megapixel analytics.  VideoIQ's simple and powerful surveillance solutions allow customers to pro-actively secure their most important assets across commercial, education, industrial, transportation, telecommunications and government markets.  Learn more at today, or follow us on Twitter @VideoIQ.