Established in 1997, Eyeview is known for its full spectrum of
domes. " We emphasize clear market positioning and our brand
targets the right customers," said Lora Tsai, Sales Manager.
Currently, 50 percent of its revenue has been generated from branded solutions.
STRATEGIES AND CORE COMPETENCE
Eyeview's expertise lies in its software technology and integration capabilities.
Customers benefit from robust software, which efficiently uses video footage and
seamlessly integrates with existing surveillance infrastructure. " Reliability is assured
with our careful attention to components that allow cameras to work under demanding
environments without compromising performance," Tsai said. Eyeview will develop its
own optical zoom module for added quality.
Vertical-specific domes will be developed to address unique industrial challenges at
competitive prices. The company added support for a wider range of camera control
protocols this year, including Pelco, GE Security and LG Electronics. In addition to
releasing a WDR camera in 2009, models with improved low-light performance and
license plate recognition are in development to strengthen Eyeview’s offerings in 2010.
Taking into account of the current economy, Eyeview has fortified its brand image
and continued aggressive investment in R&D and manufacturing processes. " Our Web
site will be available in Spanish to better serve our Latin America customers," said Tsai
said. " Moreover, we have reinforced our commitment to other emerging areas, such as
Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe, with planned expansion for sales operations."