LILIN has formed a technology partnership with surveillance storage specialist Wavestore.
“We are delighted to have the opportunity to work closely with an IP camera specialist such as LILIN who share our view that an open platform philosophy is the key to ensuring that clients can achieving the maximum return on their investment in a video surveillance solution,” said Chris Williams, Wavestore’s Director of Marketing and Business Development. “LILIN and Wavestore technicians have successfully cooperated to ensure compatibility between our two company’s respective products. This has resulted in an immediate benefit to clients who are specifying Wavestore’s hybrid recording solutions because they wish to design a new, or upgrade an existing video surveillance system that incorporates both traditional analogue cameras and the latest generation of IP cameras.”
LILIN was founded in 1980 and employs over 500 people in 14 countries. The company which has an UK office in Milton Keynes was the first in the world to introduce cameras which are compliant with ONVIF, the open industry forum for the development of a global standard for the interface of network video products.
In addition to its concerted effort over recent months to establish technology partnerships with leading hardware manufacturers such as LILIN, Wavestore has also been cooperating with third party software developers in order to incorporate video analytics, motion detection, license plate recognition, facial recognition, abandoned object and intruder detection, people counting, queue management, perimeter security detection and traffic monitoring solutions into its digital recording solutions.