Intelligent Video technologies have taken a paradigm altering definition in 2018, owing to the innovative strides taken by organizations worldwide. It has allowed government organizations and law enforces to adopt and improvise upon video surveillance equipment to better cater to the needs and necessities of civilians, largely pertaining to their safety and privacy. While high-definition network cameras have become cheaper and more plentiful in the recent years - a positive for many end-users - it has also resulted in increasing commoditization of the video hardware market and subsequently driven margins down for manufacturers and their channel partners. Additionally, various mergers and acquisitions have incrementally reduced competition in the industry, which has led to a smaller number of companies holding a greater share of the market. Perhaps the most worrisome development to impact the market off late has been the role surveillance cameras play in distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Cybersecurity and video surveillance professionals alike have talked about the dangers posed by unsecured cameras for some time, and the day is not far that laymen being affected by the drift in security lapse. Such disparities summon the need for solution providers and vendors to deliver the promise of safety and security, leveraging the intelligent video technologies of the current day and age.
In this regard, a distinguished panel comprising of CEOs, CIOs, VCs, analysts including Govt CIO Outlook’s editorial board has crafted a list of “Top 10 Intelligent Video Technology Solution Providers - 2018,” detailing some of the prominent vendors and consultants providing key technology solutions and services related to Intelligent Video Technology.