Originally developing generic Internet Protocol video technology under the VideoBridge brand, it later specialised in the video surveillance market. In 2000, it was floated as a public limited company on the London Stock Exchange.
More recently, it has focused on large-scale IP video security systems. Products include Video Management Software, IP cameras and Network Video Recorders. Notable installations include EuroTunnel, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and the US-Canada border.
As of 2014[update], IndigoVision has sales and support staff across 30 countries. It provides support from 15 regional centers including New Jersey, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Dubai, London and Edinburgh, with training facilities, demo suites and local stocking. It partners with approximately 500 trained system integrators to provide local installation and service to end users all over the world.
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