ioimage Wins SIA Product Achievement Award for Video Analytics

April 11, 2007
Company recognized in SIA New Product Showcase for 3-megapixel IP camera with analytics

Herzliya, Israel - April 10, 2007 -- Ioimage, the pioneer of intelligent video appliances designed for simplicity, received top honors for its ioicam mmp100dn, winning the Product Achievement Award for Video Analytics at the Security Industry Association's New Product Showcase at ISC West, March 27-30, 2007 in Las Vegas.

Ioimage received the Product Achievement Award for its newly released ioicam mmp100dn, the latest addition to ioimage's ioicam line of intelligent video cameras. The ioicam mmp100dn, a 3-megapixel intelligent video camera with unique picture-in-picture (PiP) capabilities for synchronized analytics visualization, features wide-area coverage, day/night capabilities, and electronic pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) functionality. Combining powerful built-in analytics, which provide a high probability of detection (PoD) and extremely low false alarm rate, with electronic PTZ functionality, the mmp100dn enables automatic detection and autonomous tracking of intruders, vehicles and other threats.

More than 90 new products and services were submitted for the New Product Showcase. For this year's SIA New Product Showcase, 19 judges representing a cross-section of the industry spent nearly two full days evaluating contest entries for innovation, product features, pricing and functionality. The judges included corporate security directors, systems integrators and editors from leading security industry trade publications.

"Ioimage is truly honored to have been chosen for the SIA New Product Showcase Product Achievement Award for Video Analytics," said Roni Kass, CEO of ioimage. "We've worked extremely hard to design this innovative intelligent IP camera and this award is a testament to our commitment to deliver easy to install, deploy and operate intelligent video solutions."

SIA President Bill Gorski, Siemens Building Technologies, NPS Committee Chair Sandra Jones, Sandra Jones and Co., and SIA Executive Director Richard Chace unveiled the winners at the March 28 awards ceremony.

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