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The History Of Network Camera
Dec 23, 2017

Cd-rom Ann - and the company began in 1995, Martin Glenn a chance to meet customers for the development of telecommunications and brought a historic turning point, the initiation of the development of network video monitoring system product ideas. When Martin Glenn was on a business trip in Japan, he met a client who was interested in the business. At the same time, he also learned from the history of the company that the company is a company that provides network services. The client, a large Japanese conglomerate with a large inventory of slow-moving analogue cameras, asked him if he could connect the cameras to improve their performance. Martin Glenn saw new market opportunities from his customers' needs, and returned to work on the research.
In the process of research, Martin Glenn aware that this is a fully occupied by analog camera market, and with the development of network technology, analog cameras already more and more can't meet the demand of the increasing development of network video. Digital technology will revolutionize video surveillance. Martin? "Sooner or later," Glenn told himself, "all the simulation technologies will be replaced by digital technology."
Based on this market insight, Martin Glenn led an arsence team to do a lot of market research. Through the survey, Martin Glenn observes keenly that during the dotcom bubble, the Internet became the mainstream, and the market was doomed to go digital with the whole society. On September 18, 1996, at Networld+Interop in Atlanta, the world's first webcam was shown at Networld+Interop in Atlanta.
The product has received wide attention and won many innovation awards because of its strong product. At that time, the focus was on remote monitoring applications, and its transmission time was almost equal to the time the camera provided images. In the early years, about 50 percent of the company's products were sold to professional remote monitoring apps, and the rest was supplied to various "network attraction" applications on the Internet. At this point, anjas began to make the network more intelligent, driving the market from analog to digital technology. Anxun successfully developed a new market.