October 5, 2021
Though summer has come to an end, we have bright news for you. Learn about the latest developments of the 3dEYE Cloud VMS platform in this newsletter, and schedule a webinar for a personal demonstration of all the new functionality.
September 29, 2021
Over 100 security professionals from all over Canada attended 3dEYE webinar entitled «Scale Your Business with Pure Cloud Video Platform».
August 11, 2021
As commercial security needs evolve to prioritize intelligent remote asset monitoring, the transmission of surveillance must be sufficiently secured. Network security ensures surveillance data, which is being processed and distributed via the cloud, remains visible to only authorized users, whilst simplifying the cloud connection.
July 28, 2021
Though sensors such as motion and smoke detectors have been used alongside security cameras for a long time, rarely have they been connected to each other.
July 22, 2021
We are excited to share the most recent updates to our platform. Please stay tuned to this email distribution and feel free to request a live one-on-one with a Customer Success Team representative to help you leverage the latest features.
June 19, 2021
UNV Mexico has invited 3dEYE to present its Pure Cloud Video Surveillance platform and talk about the easy deployment of cloud-enabled cameras and NVRs in commercial projects.
April 9, 2021
Clients and broader industry tuned in for a webinar organized by 3dEYE sharing the benefits of unifying multiple surveillance sites with its pure cloud platform
November 27, 2020
3dEYE is proud to support CANASA association as a silver sponsor and exhibit at Security Canada 2020 Trade Show. The company’s virtual booth will open at 10 am on December 2nd , Wednesday, and will operate for 2 days until 6 pm on December 3rd.
October 23, 2020
3dEYE was proud to participate and instruct a technical investigation course at an Ontario police college, providing a thorough overview of A.I. video analytics to a class of investigator learners.
September 18, 2020
3dEYE provides people counting based on people classification and tracking. Other algorithms use simple line crossing to count people without any object detection, classification or tracking.