Ava has announced today the launch of Ava Aware Cloud.
FREMONT, CA: Ava, a unified security company, declares the launch of Ava Aware Cloud. This video security solution provides the simplicity and flexibility of a cloud platform while offering the same intelligent, proactive security, and AI capabilities of Ava’s on-premises and hybrid solutions. For the first time, organizations of any size can use Ava’s powerful machine learning and advanced analytics to achieve proactive security.
Tormod Ree, CEO at Ava, says, “Despite the industry’s promise of simple, intelligent video security, most organizations and companies still struggle with data overload, operational ineffectiveness, and the complexity of deployment and use. Ava Aware Cloud changes all of this. Now, organizations of any size can reap all of the benefits of our on-premises solution, such as improved operator efficiency and reduced investigation time while also getting the cloud’s game-changing advantages.”
Simple, smart video security with Ava Aware Cloud
Ava Aware Cloud can be up and running in 10 minutes. One can plug in the cameras and go since no on-premise infrastructure, and all settings are automatically configured. The cloud solution enables web and mobile access anywhere by extending access from the browser to the Ava Aware mobile app on Android and iOS.
Ava Cloud Cameras have built-in video/audio analytics and on-device storage. The solution is secure from the ground up with end-to-end encryption, factory-installed certificates, and automatic updates. Without the need for on-premise hardware, the licensing model is straightforward; choose camera type, resolution, and retention days. Scaling the deployment from a few cameras to a fleet of devices is also effortless without servers.
The same security and operational benefits as the Ava Aware video management system on-premise solution
Ava Aware Cloud’s camera analytics enables security pros to find events and objects faster and security organizations to be more proactive, keeping threats from becoming incidents. On-camera analytics include object detection for people and vehicles, color and gender classification, activity level, and sound analytics for events such as glass breaking or other loud noises.
Harnessing these powerful analytics also provides business-relevant data. Organizations can do more with video security, such as real-time counting of people and vehicles, usage statistics, or social distancing measures, with APIs and webhooks for integrations.