We do not sell directly to the user. We sell through the channel, which means that we work with partners who sell to the end customer. If you’re an end user, don’t let that scare you off – we will put you in contact with a channel partner who will be the best fit for you.
Our API is open to all interested developers – check out our dedicated API page. In May 2014, we sponsored APIcon, a hackathon in San Francisco – the winning team used our API, along with the APIs from Evernote, Pubnub, and more.
Eagle Eye Networks utilizes Complete Privacy Encryption, technology implemented in the Eagle Eye Security Camera VMS and Eagle Eye Video API Platform that encrypts and keeps the video private and secure. All data undergoes bank-level encryption at rest and during transmission, keeping it secure from beginning to end.
No problem! We work with the majority of analog cameras. There’s no need to do a complete overhaul of your analog system if you aren’t ready, the Eagle Eye Security Camera VMS has built in encoders that will work with your existing analog cameras. If you know you will be moving towards digital in the future, the Eagle Eye system is a great transition as it works with both analog and IP cameras.
IP Cameras are the new generation of digital cameras. Analog cameras are the older generation cameras with a similar quality to a VCR. While analog cameras are fairly inexpensive, the picture quality often leaves a lot to be desired. The new digital IP Cameras provide better pictures as well as many additional capabilities such as analytics and wireless options.
The bridge is our cloud-managed on-premise appliance that connects the cameras to the Eagle Eye data center where the video is stored. The bridge buffers the video in case the internet connection goes down. The bridge also does the encryption, data de-duplication, bandwidth management, motion analysis, and compression of the video.
We recommend 400 kbps per IP camera. This is not a rule, however. Our system is flexible and there are many different settings that can be adjusted to make our system work with your upload bandwidth. Read this for an in-depth look at bandwidth, along with some examples.