Top 13 Enterprise Video Surveillance Systems

Last updated: January 16, 2021

A full-featured, open source, state-of-the-art video surveillance software system. Monitor your office using off the shelf hardware with any camera, you can design a system as large or as small as you need.
Innovative Video Management Software (VMS) to record up to 64 cameras, both IP and analog. Keep an eye on your home, place of business & valuables.
By designing, developing and manufacturing AI-powered security solutions, Motorola's Avigilon delivers innovative products that help keep people and communities safe. From security cameras to video analytics, access control solutions and cloud services, its solutions have been installed at thousands of customer sites around the world, empowering you to proactively protect what matters most.
Cisco Meraki is the leader in cloud controlled WiFi, routing, and security. Cisco Meraki offers the only solution that provides unified management of mobile devices, Macs, PCs, and the entire network from a centralized dashboard.
Verkada makes video security limitlessly smart, scalable, and simple to use.
Milestone XProtect is video management software that brings all the puzzle pieces of a video surveillance installation together in a perfect combination. So you can create a video solution that keeps people and property safe today and tomorrow.
By combining intelligent technology and human imagination, Axis offers solutions based on sight, sound and analytics to improve security and optimize business performance.
Open Source Video Surveillance Software. iSpy is the worlds leading open source surveillance software for Windows PCs
Ubiquiti's Unifi provides full Surveillance Management and scalability. Keep an eye on your property from any device, anywhere
HikCentral Enterprise is a central management platform that integrates and links security information by unifying video surveillance, access control, parking lot and other systems.
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A cloud-based video surveillance solution for business and the home. Ivideon is easy to set up, maintain, and scale, no matter how many locations you have.
Next-Generation Enterprise Security Camera System. Cloud-managed video security cameras for enterprise, business, or commercial property. No DVR or NVRs required. Easy to manage. Infinitely scalable.
Camcloud is a hardware-free cloud video surveillance platform, perfect for businesses. Camcloud turns almost any home or business security camera into a cost-effective video surveillance system. Manage your video surveillance from anywhere ...

Latest news about Enterprise Video Surveillance Systems

2020. Cisco acquires Modcam to make Meraki smart camera smarter

Cisco announced that it has acquired Swedish startup Modcam and is making it part of its Meraki smart camera portfolio with the goal of incorporating Modcam computer vision technology into its portfolio. Today, while Meraki has smart cameras that include motion detection and machine learning capabilities, this is limited to single camera operation. What Modcam brings is the added ability to gather information and apply machine learning across multiple cameras, greatly enhancing the camera’s capabilities.

2020. Enterprise video security service Verkada raises $80M

Verkada, that applies machine vision and cloud tech to commercial video security, just raised an $80 million Series C at a stunning $1.6 billion post-money valuation. The cash brings Verkada to $139 million in funding to sell dome cameras, fisheye lenses, footage viewing stations and the software to monitor it all from anywhere. Verkada also wants to bring two-factor authentication to doors with its new access control system that it’s announcing is now in beta testing ahead of a Spring launch. Instead of just allowing a stealable key fob or badge to open your office entryway, it could ask you to look into a Verkada camera too so it can match your face to your permissions. 2,500 clients, including 25 Fortune 500 companies, are already using Verkada. Interesting, that Verkada co-founder Hans Robertson earlier co-founded IT startup Meraki and sold it to Cisco for $1.2 billion.

2019. Microsoft unveiled Kinect for enterprise

In 2015, Microsoft unexpectedly discontinued Kinect - the 3D camera for the XBOX game console. Apparently the company decided that people had already played enough with this interesting toy. But now they've got a new idea: why not let businesses play with it too. And they released Azure Kinect. This is still the same 3D camera (for $ 399) connected with the cloud platform for creating and running various business applications. It is easier to process videos from Kinect than from a normal camera. For example, there is a toolkit that creates a model of space and people moving in this space. Thus, Kinect can be used to monitor the work quality of new employees, automatic surveillance in retail store, tracking patients in hospital, etc.

2018. Cisco Meraki Introduces MV12 Cloud-Managed Security Cameras

Cisco has flown relatively under the radar over the past several years in the physical security space but it is looking to make its presence felt once again with the debut of its MV22 and MV72 cameras as well as its new MV Sense analytics tool. The MV series of solutions are from the Meraki business unit, which was acquired by Cisco in 2012. The new cloud surveillance system essentially eliminates all of the infrastructure associated with a typical enterprise video deployment. Everything is managed through one web interface called the dashboard. There are no servers of any kind for any of our products; there are no virtual machines or software packages. Everything is managed from our cloud infrastructure, which we operate and maintain for all of our customers as a service.

2012. Cisco acquires wi-fi security startup Meraki for $1.2B

Cisco has acquired cloud infrastructure startup Meraki for $1.2 billion. Meraki provides mid to large-size companies and organizations with on-premise mesh Wi-Fi networking and security devices plus the software to manage them. The tech makes it easy and affordable to run a powerful cloud network without a bulky IT department. It’s also designed to help businesses adapt as their employees increasingly access corporate networks from smartphones and tablets. Once the acquisition closes, Meraki will look into expanding Cisco’s scale-centric enterprise offering, but for now will continue focusing on the mid-market and convenience.