Security Acquires Video Analytics Provider ObjectVideo will assume ObjectVideo's products, technology portfolio and personnel. The business will be called ObjectVideo Labs. Acquires Video Analytics Provider ObjectVideo
ObjectVideo develops video analytics software for automated security surveillance systems.
CE Pro Editors · March 15, 2017 has acquired intelligent video software provider ObjectVideo, including its products, technology portfolio and personnel. The business will now be called ObjectVideo Labs. 

Reston, Va.-based ObjectVideo develops video analytics software for automated security surveillance systems. Incorporating the company’s work “into the sophistication and scale of the platform will yield exciting opportunities for innovative new features and applications, and can drive into a leadership position in the emerging fields of video analytics and computer vision,” says Raul Fernandez, president, ObjectVideo.

ObjectVideo was founded in 1998 by scientists and program managers from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Its work has been widely used by the U.S. defense and intelligence communities, according to a news release.

In 2014, the company sold its intellectual property and patent licensing program to Avigilon Corp. for $80.3 million.

“As video applications grow rapidly in both the residential and commercial spaces, this acquisition will reinforce our ability to continue to lead in the development of proactive, next generation connected home and business solutions,” says Jeff Bedell, chief strategy and innovation officer,

The ObjectVideo acquisition follows’s $148.5 million acquisition of two business units from IControl Networks.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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