By Sunny Kim
How would you like to describe EVT?
EVT is a provider of state-of-the-art networked video management & recording software that delivers solutions for improved security and surveillance. Our mission is to provide the video surveillance market with a customizable video management suite designed to provide intuitive tools for effective operations. We are well known in the security industry for our unique and fresh approach to networked video management reflected in the development of features and capabilities that set new market standards in terms of usability, effectiveness and overall user experience. EVT’ solutions are tailored to meet customers’ specific needs and the system’s open architecture enables quick and easy integration of multi-vendor equipment and technologies. EVT has a development center in Israel and distributors and strategic partners globally serving a wide variety of corporations and government facilities.
What is hot among your products?
EVTs flagship product Vertex is state-of-the-art enterprise-class networked video management and recording software. The software enhances scalability and flexibility of video surveillance systems and offers an easy-to-use and intelligent human interface with genuinely useful video features. The ground-breaking patent pending ICN (Image Content Navigation) module enables intuitive object tailing through unlimited number of cameras with no need to memorize camera locations, numbers and names while 2.5D live video maps significantly improve site monitoring and control. Key strengths of the Vertex include: hardware independent, flexibly distributed client server architecture, endless scalability and friendly and intuitive user interface. The Vertex is easily adaptable to diverse scenarios, environmental and operational challenges and has a proven track record for providing highly reliable, truly versatile live and recorded video management.
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Which geographical markets are increasing the most for EVT now?
Our business approach, enabling simple deployment of scalable systems, makes EVTs software solution suitable for all market segments. Our growing geographical markets include Russia, South America, Central and Northern Europe and Asia Pacific.
How do you see the video management software market in the coming years? What are the market drivers and inhibitors, to your mind?
As the video management software market continues to move forward, the market for dedicated H/W-based S/W is expected to decrease, from 30% of the market in 2007 to less than 10% in 2010. Key market drivers include increasing demand for scalable, easy-to-use systems that are flexible and suitable for many different verticals without the need for excessive customization. Distributors are looking for a one-stop-shop for all possible needs such as integration with IP cameras, analogue devices, video analytics and other security related solutions.
How does EVT meet customers needs?
Improvements in technology are great, but solving all security problems using the same technology will most likely result in impracticable solutions. It is necessary to provide technology that can address wide-ranging market problems. The security market faces a mixture of problems resulting from modern age terror, crime, thefts and limited human resources. In selecting the best solution to solve a problem, organizations must ask themselves what the real problem is and what the challenges are to solve it. The customer then needs to search for a solution that solves the more serious problems. In many cases, while there are technologies boosting a list of more than 100 features, practically many of them cant be put to real use and hence do not solve the real security problems.
A technology that can give real advantage has to be based on the human mind of thinking and intuition. This means that it has to work similarly with brains logic system and how the subconscious mind works.
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