New Integrator RMR Opportunities with an Outdoor Video Surveillance System that Thinks and Acts Like a Human | #TpromoCom #Memoreyes #Security #Integrators | New Opportunities for Qualified Integrators to Participate in a National Dealer Program.
ATLANTA (April 10, 2019) — MemoreyesTM, the developer of a smart, first-of-its-kind, revolutionary outdoor video surveillance system, is looking for qualified integrators to participate in its national dealer program.
The company will provide integrators with training that centers on its patent-pending, Megapixel/HD–quality, pan-tilt-zoom camera system with machine learning. Memoreyes’ unique video offering provides an unprecedented set of advanced, almost human-like capabilities.
“Integrators are a key part of our business plan,” says Memoreyes Founder and CEO John Collings. “Our Model 360 goes far beyond traditional outdoor cameras and opens up new opportunities for them with an entirely new commercial customer base and an entirely new category of managed services.”
Using thermal, sound, and radar sensors, the system analyzes 360-degree target data and focuses on situational awareness for personal and property protection. The system directs cameras to an event and ensures that the system identifies, tracks, and records any unusual behavioral patterns, accidents, altercations, or loud noises such as a gunshot.
Thanks to this new technology, the Memoreyes system can quickly differentiate between authorized individuals and potentially hostile targets. Through machine learning, it also intuitively anticipates potential risks and automatically responds to evolving situations using light, sound, and voice messaging. Over time the system learns the habits and trends associated with each camera within each specific setting, enabling it to quickly identify departures from the norm.
Collings, the original designer and founder of Uplink cellular service, says that one of the company’s biggest hurdles was to create a facility-wide WiFi system that would reliably work in an outside environment. With that solved, strategically positioned cameras now work in tandem to provide 360-degree tracking of residents, visitors, and vehicles on the property on an as-need basis. This means that the system can cover large outdoor areas with a handful of cameras as opposed to traditional systems that often require dozens or even hundreds to do the same job.
While the primary objective of the Memoreyes Model 360 system is to deter crime, a second benefit is the documentation of data collected before, during, and after an event has taken place. With its high-definition video,law enforcement can rely on this data for arrest purposes and a conviction in a court of law.
“We don’t rely on standard pixel-following methodology. Our sophisticated software is continually sampling the environment, analyzing visual and auditory inputs against known patterns,” explains Memoreyes Co-Founder and CTO David Tattersall. “At the same time, we have adopted comprehensive privacy policies, which protects owners, property managers, and residents alike.”
The complete system also includes an Entry/Exit Monitoring System that provides video of all oncoming, passing, and departing vehicles. This includes clear and concise license plate reading, even at night or in bad weather.
Beyond the revolutionary technology is the price point. Because the system can cover large outdoor areas with only a handful of cameras, the cost savings can be substantial, as much as 75 percent less than alternative systems. The company offers an affordable leasing program which will save end users money in both the short and long term.
Memoreyes was founded by John Collings and David Tattersall in 2014 to provide an innovative and revolutionary outdoor video surveillance system that would improve safety and deter criminal activity at multi-family housing, hospitals, campuses, office complexes, malls, and retail outlets. The concept grew from a multi-family housing owner’s request to make their surveillance cameras do more to deliver better security for residents. By utilizing machine learning along with advanced sensor technology that makes the camera think and act like a human being, the new system is transforming outdoor security. Comprehensive and affordable, Memoreyes offers unprecedented situational awareness for personal and property protection and is backed by local installation and support technicians. The company is based in Atlanta, Ga.