Five of AVer’s Internet of Things-enabled products honored in 2015 Taiwan Excellence awards
Taipei, Taiwan – December 31, 2014 – Five cutting-edge AVer products were granted the Taiwan Excellence award for 2015, capping another year of innovation and creativity. These products represent the full range of AVer’s offerings, covering AVer's classroom, smart office and intelligent retail solutions. Moreover, among these five, AVer’s EVC900 10-point HD video conferencing system was nominated for the Taiwan Excellence Gold Standard award.
The EVC900 makes affordable, high definition, multipoint video conferencing possible even for budget-conscious businesses and institutions. Capable of up to 10 point communication, the EVC900 features crisp, clear full HD1080p video and content sharing at 30 fps and a Pan Tilt Zoom camera capable of up to 16 X optical zoom. Furthermore, users can take advantage of AVer’s EZMeetup video conferencing software to join in meetings from practically any location.
Two of AVer’s educational products were also among the Taiwan Excellence winners: the F70W visualizer and ClassSend and Sphere2 software. The F70W combines the best of AVer’s pathbreaking TabCam and market-leading visualizers, providing teachers with the choice of streaming images via 5 GHz wireless, HDMI or VGA. The Sphere2 and ClassSend software introduce the Internet of Things to the classroom by permitting teachers and students to send visualizer images to each other’s devices via a wireless internet connection.
AVer’s winning surveillance products included the ED5000 fisheye IP camera and the P5036-16-R hybrid NVR. The 5-megapixel ED5000 features local de-warp and five separate streams, providing a clear view of all directions. Not just an excellent tool for surveillance, the ED5000 permits retailers to integrate Internet of Things capabilities into their operations by providing high definition video feed that can be analyzed for people counting, face recognition or other functions. AVer’s P5036-16-R hybrid NVR supports up to 36 channels, of which up to 16 can be analog, making it perfect for environments with a large number of cameras that are still transitioning to IP.
Of the 1155 products competing in the Taiwan Excellence awards this year, only 489 won and only 28 will be considered for the Gold Standard award. Taiwan Excellence was established in 1992 to encourage Taiwanese businesses to produce outstanding products. According to Taiwan’s Bureau of Foreign Trade, which organizes this competition, the awards are granted to products that are both creative and of high quality, and take into account each product’s development, design and marketing.