Dahua chooses Smartvue cloud video surveillance software for network cameras


Smartvue Corporation announced that it will provide Dahua with cloud video surveillance software embedded on selected network video surveillance cameras. Dahua customers will benefit from plug and play surveillance installations with video storage in the cloud.

“Dahua is a global leader in video surveillance technologies and is proud to announce its partnership with Smartvue to deliver fast, secure, and reliable cloud video surveillance to our customers,” said Tim Wang, CEO of Dahua Technology USA Inc. “The Smartvue embedded IoTV technologies along with the integrated cloud platform will bring new value to our camera solutions.”

Smartvue cloud video surveillance technology allows customers to login remotely on any smartphone, tablet or computer to view live or recorded surveillance video. Using Dahua cameras, customers will be able to set recording schedules, receive automated trigger alerts, enable motion detection, and store surveillance video securely in the cloud.

“With over a decade of experience, Smartvue is uniquely qualified to deliver cloud video solutions and integrated IoTV embedded software to our partners such as Dahua,” said Martin Renkis, founder and CEO of Smartvue Corporation. “It is our privilege to work with Dahua as one of the global leaders in the video surveillance industry.”

Smartvue designs and delivers cloud-based device and video management software and services. The company’s device platform manages video capture, transport, storage, management, security and distribution in a simple and elegant interface, delivered worldwide to almost any device, any OS, and any network. The company has been making the world a safer place with its patented and amazing surveillance technologies since it was founded in 1998.


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