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|Headquarters||Vancouver, British Columbia|
|Products||Video surveillance software and equipment|
Avigilon, a Motorola Solutions company, designs, develops and manufactures advanced AI, video analytics, network video management software and hardware, surveillance cameras, and access control solutions.[buzzword]
Avigilon solutions[buzzword] are made in North America in manufacturing facilities located in Richmond, Canada, and Plano, USA. They are installed in over 120 countries worldwide with the help of 1,500 resellers and are used in many locations globally including schools, stadiums, retail environments, casinos, critical infrastructure, transportation stations and more.
Avigilon Corporation was founded in 2004 by Alexander Fernandes in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Avigilon publicly announced the first high-definition surveillance system built from the ground up in 2006 and began selling its products in December 2007. The system included an 11 MP camera and high-definition network video recording software. Since then, Avigilon has expanded its offerings to include a broad range of high-definition cameras, from 1 MP to 30 MP (7K) in resolution, and a variety of camera formats, including dome, bullet and fixed. The company has become well-known for its advanced video analytics, including Avigilon Appearance Search™ and Unusual Motion Detection (UMD) technologies, and solutions[buzzword] that are designed to integrate legacy equipment into new high-definition video surveillance systems, including its analog encoders and the Avigilon Artificial Intelligence (AI) Appliance. The company also released Avigilon Blue™, its first cloud platform for security and surveillance, in 2018.
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