ObjectVideo Provides Panasonic Access to Property Portfolio

Includes access to video and image manipulation and video meta data products
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ObjectVideo Inc., a producer of video software, and Panasonic System Networks Co. Ltd. of Tokyo, which handles Panasonic’s network business, have entered into a patent licensee agreement in which ObjectVideo grants Panasonic worldwide, nonexclusive, royalty-bearing license to its entire intellectual property portfolio.
Under the terms of the agreement ObjectVideo provides Panasonic access to patents relating to broader video and image manipulation, segmentation, video meta data, indexing, search, tripwire and next generation intelligent occupancy sensors.
“We continue to see an increased demand for accurate, easy-to-use analytics in the video surveillance sector,” says Raul Fernandez , ObjectVideo’s chairman. “As an early inventor of such fundamental technologies, ObjectVideo is pleased to offer our partners access to our intellectual property through our licensing program.”


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