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WiLife Inc.
Industry Computer hardware
Research and development
Founded 2002
Headquarters Draper, Utah
Key people
Evan Tree
Andrew Hartsfield
Products Video Security Systems
Number of employees
Website www.wilife.com

WiLife, Inc. was founded in 2002 by Evan Tree and Andrew Hartsfield. The company developed a PC-based digital video surveillance system for residential and light commercial use. Their first product, LukWerks, was a mix of PC software, cameras, HomePlug technology and online services. The idea was to make it easy for any home or small business owner to set up their own professional video surveillance system.

WiLife was acquired by Logitech Corp in November 2007.[1]


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