Frost & Sullivan honors IndigoVision

October 30, 2006 -- IndigoVision, a supplier of IP video and alarm management systems, received Frost & Sullivan's 2006 Technology Innovation and Leadership of the Year award in the European security industry.

October 30, 2006 -- IndigoVision, a supplier of IP video and alarm management systems, has received Frost & Sullivan's "2006 Technology Innovation and Leadership of the Year Award" in the European security industry. The research and consulting firm says the annual award was given in recognition of IndigoVision's advanced strategies for product and technological development of IP video systems for CCTV applications.

"IndigoVision has demonstrated technology leadership by excelling in all stages of the technology life cycle - incubation, adaptation, take-up and maturity - to ensure a continuous flow of improvements," comments John Raspin, director of Frost & Sullivan's energy and environment practice. "The company is constantly striving to upgrade and improve its systems."

IndigoVision's end-to-end IP video and alarm management systems control the transmission and storage of live-networked video for security surveillance applications. Based in Edinburgh UK, the company designs and manufactures all aspects of the system including hardware components and software. According to the company, the system uses IP networking to create a "virtual matrix" which delivers outstanding video quality, both live from cameras and played back from networked video recorders.

Working with systems integrator and installer partners around the globe, IndigoVision's major installations include two Olympic Games, the 2006 soccer World Cup in Germany, along with major rail networks, banks, and airports. The company says its systems are known for delivering excellent video and audio performance, providing rapid access to recorded footage while enabling markedly reduced storage costs.

"The combination of a highly skilled in-house research and development team with a customer-focused approach has enabled IndigoVision to stay ahead in the IP video security market," concludes Frost's Raspin.

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