Evolon Announces Launch of Evolon Insites

Perimeter security solutions introduces innovative cloud-based AI platform

Evolon Technology Inc., a developer of proprietary software technology that takes surveillance video and turns it into real-time actionable information, today announced the market launch of Evolon Insites™, an innovative cloud platform that leverages computer vision, AI and video analytics to detect, classify and verify potential threats. Evolon Insites debuts this coming week at ISC West 2023, the security industry's most comprehensive and converged trade show occurring from March 28-31, 2023, in Las Vegas.

Providing real-time threat detection, insightful forensic searches, and long-term video archiving, Evolon Insites is delivered by securely connecting customer-premise video systems to powerful cloud-based analytics and video storage. Because it uses a pure SaaS model, organizations can quickly scale and apply the service to cameras without the need for expensive AI servers, GPUs and storage systems. Insites is designed to work in the most demanding outdoor environments, delivering alerts to security operation centers or central stations.

"We're proud to offer Evolon Insites as a service that is natively integrated with our VMS partners to offer best-in-class perimeter security for challenging outdoor environments such as airports, electric utility facilities, government installations, and other critical infrastructure,” said Tom Galvin, president and CEO at Evolon. “Insites is a higher performing and lower-cost alternative to expensive premise hardware-based analytics or buried sensors that require trenching."

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