Arlo Technologies, Inc., a San Jose, California-based home automation company, in a recent press release statement, on Thursday, Feb. 28th 2019, announced entering into a partnership agreement with Eagle Eye Networks, an Austin, Texas-based cloud video surveillance solutions provider, to integrate the Arlo FlexPower Camera System with the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS. Arlo, with this integrated offering, will be expanding its portfolio of commercial camera monitoring solutions. The combined offering of Arlo FlexPower Camera System with the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS supports up to 4 wire-free cameras per Arlo FlexPower Base Station; with as many as desired FlexPower Base Stations connected to Eagle Eye Networks’ commercial grade Bridges or Cloud-Managed Video Recorders (CMVRs).
Today, in surveillance applications, often businesses experience “blind spots”, due to space limitations or inability to provide power cab and Ethernet cables at the required location, which greatly hampers productivity. Arlo claims that its FlexPower Camera System, which the first ever wire-free, battery-powered ONVIF compliant IP camera, can enable customers to cover avoid all such blind spots, by cost-effectively placing high-quality, battery-powered cameras, which can be seamlessly integrated with the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS.
According to Tom Babula, Senior Vice President of World-Wide Sales at Arlo, the company is extremely to be working with Eagle Eye Networks, which will further expand Arlo’s reach into new markets comprising of businesses of all sizes from small, medium to large, where there is a strong demand for flexible and robust security solutions. Eagle Eye Networks, which no doubt is the leader in commercial cloud surveillance, has the most secure and extendable cloud video solution offering in the industry. Arlo believes that with its wire-free system, the two entities can deliver a convenient and cyber-secure video solution that customers demand.