ioimage named as market leader

November 2008 News

IMS Research has recognised ioimage for the second time as the world’s leading supplier of intelligent video surveillance devices. According to an IMS report published in June 2008, ioimage holds a share of 37,7% of the global market for intelligent cameras and encoders with mid/high end VCA (video content analysis), and 16% of the overall intelligent video devices market, which also includes DVRs and traffic appliances.

IMS Research is an independent supplier of market research to the electronics industry. Entitled The World Market for Video Content Analysis 2008, the report provides a comprehensive breakdown of the video content analysis market including statistical data by supplier, product type and geographic region up to 2012.

CEO and Founder of ioimage Roni Kass says, “The key for success is enabling small and mid-sized organisations gain access to intelligent video by offering them systems that are flexible, cost effective and simple to install and maintain, using field-proven and time-tested analytics. By broadening the reach of video analytics in sectors such as industrial and manufacturing facilities, logistics and education, ioimage has consistently been recognised as the pioneer and leader of this transformation.”

C3 Shared Services is the business partner for ioimage in sub-Saharan Africa.

For more information contact Tanli Lundgren, C3 Shared Services, +27 (0)41 366 1013, [email protected], www.c3ss.com



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