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OV signs licensing agreement with FLIR

January 8, 2014Martha Entwistle

RESTON, Va.—Video analytics provider ObjectVideo today signed its 17th licensing agreement, this time with thermal camera provider FLIR, Raul Fernandez, OV CEO, told Security Systems News.“It's a global agreement, for the whole portfolio of patents that we have,” Fernandez said. “It covers the intelligent thermal cameras for traditional security; it also covers [analytics used in cameras] in the traffic monitoring cameras that became part of the FLIR portfolio through its...

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ObjectVideo, Agent Vi ink patent license agreement

December 30, 2013SSN Staff

ROSH HA'AYIN, Israel and RESTON, Va.—ObjectVideo and Agent Vi have signed a patent license agreement, the companies announced recently. The global, non-exclusive, royalty-bearing license to ObjectVideo's 55 patents gives protection to Agent Vi's products, according to the announcement. Agent Vi produces open architecture video analytics software. "Agent Vi provides flexible video analytics solutions, with powerful options for both edge and server based solutions," said Raul Fernandez, ObjectVideo...

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ObjectVideo, Aimetis enter licensing agreement

February 27, 2013SSN Staff

RESTON, Va.—ObjectVideo, a provider of intelligent video software, has signed a global, portfolio-wide patent license agreement with Aimetis, a video management systems provider based in Waterloo, Ontario according to a company statement. “Aimetis is a leader in tightly integrating video analytics into an easy-to-use video management solutions,” Raul Fernandez, chairman of ObjectVideo, said in the statement. “We are pleased to have them join the growing number of IP camera...

Aimetis, American Dynamics, Bosch Security Systems, Intellivision, ObjectVideo, Panasonic, Pelco by Schneider Electric, Raul Fernandez, Sony, VIVOTEK


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OV signs Panasonic, does R&D gov't work

January 14, 2013Martha Entwistle

Make it eight deals with high-profile video providers for ObjectVideo. The video analytics provider on Jan. 9 announced it had signed a global patent licensing program with Panasonic. Panasonic approached OV last year, Raul Fernadez, chairman of Object Video, told me. OV is in discussions with six other manufacturers, he said. With many of the biggest names in video surveillance now signed on with licensing agreements, will OV turn its attention away from its licensing program? Yes and no, Fernandez...

ObjectVideo, Panasonic, patent licensing, R&D, Raul Fernandez, video analytics


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Warren Brown named president of ObjectVideo

August 1, 2012Martha Entwistle

RESTON, Va.—Saying it's a “pivotal time” for video analytics in the security industry and for ObjectVideo in particular, Warren Brown on July 30 assumed the newly created role of president at the video analytics provider.Raul Fernandez will continue to serve in his role as ObjectVideo chairman.ObjectVideo has been in the news a lot in the past year as it aggressively pursues patent licensing agreements, notably through litigation. While that effort will continue, Brown said he'll...

ObjectVideo, Raul Fernandez, Security Systems News, Tyco Security Products, Warren Brown


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OV drops Samsung case, ITC trial involving Bosch starts today

July 18, 2012Martha Entwistle

ObjectVideo issued a statement at 7:30 this morning announcing that it has dropped patent infringement charges against Samsung. The statement came two hours before an International Trade Commission trial began at 9:30 this morning. I called ObjectVideo, but they're not saying anything beyond what's in the press release. I also have a call into Samsung. The release says that ObjectVideo filed an unopposed motion to terminate the International Trade Commission investigation against Samsung. “Both...

Bosch, International Trade Commission, ObjectVideo, patent infringement, Raul Fernandez, Samsung, Security Systems News


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OV, Vivotek reach agreement

July 16, 2012Martha Entwistle

RESTON, Va.—Video analytics provider Object Video announced in June that it has signed a patent licensing agreement with Vivotek. Meanwhile, its patent battle with major video surveillance providers Samsung and Bosch will continue, with an International Trade Commission trial scheduled to begin this week.Earlier this year, OV announced that it had signed similar licensing agreements with Sony and Tyco's American Dynamics.OV CEO Raul Fernandez said Vivotek's decision to do a portfolio-wide agreement...

American Dynamics, Bosch, Object Video, Pelco, Raul Fernandez, Samsung, Security Systems News, Sony, Tyco, VIVOTEK


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ITC to take up OV vs. Samsung Bosch next month

June 12, 2012Martha Entwistle

I had a quick conversation last week with Object Video CEO Raul Fernandez, about the company's recent announcement that it has signed another licensing agreement, this time with Vivotek. Earlier this year, OV announced that it had signed similar agreements with Sony and Tyco's American Dynamics. Fernandez said the fact that Vivotek decided to do a portfolio-wide agreement speaks to the fact that more and more products will be built with video analytics already onboard or will be video-analytic enabled. OV...

amnesty program, Bosch, ITC, Object Video, Pelco, Raul Fernandez, Samsung, Security Systems News, VIVOTEK


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OV looks for quicker resolution with ITC complaint

July 7, 2011Martha Entwistle

RESTON, Va.—ObjectVideo, which in April filed a lawsuit against Sony, Samsung and Bosch for alleged patent infringement on some of its analytics, on June 29 filed a complaint against the same companies with the International Trade Commission. The complaint seeks to bar Bosch, Samsung and Sony from importing and selling products containing software features and functions that allegedly infringe on OV's patents. “The ITC was empowered by the Tariff Act in 1930 to be a venue for quick...

Bosch, International Trade Commission, ITC, ObjectVideo, OV, Raul Fernandez, Samsung, Sony


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Object Video sues Sony, Samsung, Bosch

April 14, 2011Martha Entwistle

RESTON, Va.—The news, announced last week, that video analytics maker ObjectVideo is suing Sony, Samsung and Bosch for alleged patent infringement on some of OV's analytics took the industry by surprise, and had many asking the question: “Why now?” After all, certain technologies have been in use for a while now, so why suddenly start suing major camera manufacturers? Is the lawsuit, as some surmise, designed to generate publicity or an opportunistic move by attorneys trolling...

Bosch, Eric Griffen, intellectual property, ObjectVideo, patent infringement, Raul Fernandez, Samsung, Sony, York Capital


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