Smartvue launches video sharing surveillance system

It’s not exactly like waiting for the next version of Microsoft Windows, but it’s close.

Nashville-based video surveillance technology provider Smartvue Corp. on Monday released Sharevue 2.0, its latest cloud-based technology offering, at the 11th International Cloud Expo in Santa Clara, Calif. There, Smartvue Founder and CEO Martin Renkis presented his idea that cloud-based incident video could be shared simultaneously and in seconds with a large group of users.

“For over a decade, Smartvue has made the world a safer place with its cloud-powered video surveillance," said Renkis. "The new value in the video surveillance cloud is collaborative sharing — enabling customers with cameras and video management servers installed around the world to quickly, easily, and securely share video to collaborate on business and security intelligence."