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eInfochips Launches Industry's First Customizable White-box Video Management Software – Vigil360

SUNNYVALE, California and AHMEDABAD, India, February 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

- Enterprise Solution for System Integrators Across Retail, Banking, Building and Airport Security

eInfochips, a leader in product design services, today unveiled Vigil360 - Industry's first customizable white-box surveillance Video Management Software (VMS). The solution will enable customized, application-specific VMS IPs that are owned by our customers. In addition to complete flexibility on product features, Vigil360 provides a customized and economical alternative to expensive licensing for VMS applications. It also provides a platform for an industry or application specific VMS intellectual property as a client-branded solution.


"Custom systems are the next frontier for surveillance deployments. While airport surveillance systems are security centric, leading retailers today use surveillance systems to track foot-falls, store navigation and check-out queues to aid operational decisions. These benefits of data-driven store layouts are of course, in addition to pilferage tracking." said Frank Berry, Senior Analyst at IT Brand Pulse.

Vigil360™ is compatible with thousands of IP camera designs from leading vendors with Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF) standard support. It also has key features for video analytics, configuration management and pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) control. It can be retrofit to existing surveillance systems and will support IP-based NVR/DVR devices. Clients can integrate Vigil360 to many other systems, including access control units, PoS products and vehicle telemetry.

"Being an engineering services company, our approach is solutions centric and hence quite economical compared to upfront and annual licensing requirements." said Parag Mehta, CMO at eInfochips. He added - "A partnership with eInfochips will empower system integrators to develop custom VMS IP of their own, that differentiates them in the marketplace."

eInfochips will showcase the Vigil360 software on booth #6141 at ISC West 2014 April 2-4.

Changing the Dynamics of the Video Management Market

To break free from expensive enterprise software license fees, Global 2000 companies are making an epic transition to leverage open source frameworks. The 'One Size Fits All' approach of Video Surveillance management systems approach is being challenged by custom intelligent VMS tools to suit deployment-specific scenarios. With the Vigil360 IP, System Integrators can not only pick and choose their VMS IP feature set (and roadmap) but also create a unique and exclusive software flavor that is branded for them. As a solution, eInfochips provides the Vigil360 VMS framework to accelerate deployment and takes complete responsibility of providing the customization and enhancement for each client variant.

Vigil360 White Box Video Management Software IP

Vigil360 supports ONVIF interfaces for Profile S, and can stream content from 100 cameras for a single server installation. The software supports video analytics algorithms like motion detection, privacy mask etc. for intelligent systems. It has a responsive UI design with features like instant playback, scheduled camera presets, map-view and control, rapid search and index and user authorization management, among others. Video playback can be time-sync'd between screens to get a complete picture for the user.

Vigil360 is currently under pilot deployment and evaluation by major global corporations and solution providers.

About eInfochips

eInfochips is global product innovation partner for multiple Fortune500 companies; with the infrastructure, processes, expertise and experience to deliver turnkey technology solutions from global centers for industries like Aerospace and Defense, Consumer Electronics, Energy and Utilities, Healthcare, Industrial Automation, Media and Broadcast, Medical Devices, Retail and eCommerce, Security and Surveillance, Semiconductor, Software/ISV and Storage and Computing.

eInfochips expertise has been recognized by Gartner, Frost & Sullivan, NASSCOM and Zinnov.  Today, 1200 professionals operate from 10 design centers across India and USA. The company has sales offices in USA, Canada, Japan, UK and India.

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To request information, contact [email protected]

Mayank Shukla


India (+91) 79 2656 3705

US (+1) 408 496 1882

[email protected]

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