Iveda Resumes $1.7 Million Contract from Chunghwa Telecom for Farglory Dome, a landmark of Taiwan. The contract calls for deploying a cloud video surveillance system. The solution will centralize video management, storage and access for all the surveillance cameras.
Iveda Deploys Cloud
Video Surveillance on the
Farglory Dome for
Iveda Resumes $1.7 Million Contract from Chunghwa
Telecom for Farglory Dome, a landmark of Taiwan.
The contract calls for deploying a
cloud video surveillance system. The
solution will centralize video
management, storage and access
for all the surveillance cameras.
Chunghwa Telecom, Iveda's long-time partner, requested Iveda to
return to work last fall after a long delay on this project from the Taipei
City Government in May 2015.
Iveda is the worldwide provider of
IvedaAI intelligent video search
technology, Sentir video surveillance
products, IvedaPinpoint and
IvedaHome IoT platforms with smart
The Farglory Dome (or Taipei Dome) is a major landmark in
Taipei, adjacent to what was once the tallest building in the
world, Taipei 101.
"We are thrilled to resume working
with Chunghwa to finally complete
the project we started in 2014,"
stated I. H. Shiau, President of
Iveda has been working with Chunghwa Telecom to design and
install a cloud video surveillance system on a private cloud, utilizing
"Having Chunghwa, the largest integrated
telecom service provider in Taiwan, trusting our
ability to deploy a cloud video surveillance
system on a large scale further validates our
credibility and the quality of our technology," said
David Ly, CEO of Iveda.
During the past few years Iveda has invested much more time and
resources to fine tune and finalize all facets of its digital transformation
product offerings with speciality in video surveillance and smart city
Iveda specializes in IoT platforms
that offer service providers a turn-
key cloud video surveillance system,
smart sensors and intelligent video
Iveda utilizes proprietary command center, big data storage
and deep-learning algorithms.
According to Fortune Business Insights, the
global video surveillance market is projected to
reach $33.6 billion by 2026. Increasing demand
for surveillance cameras and the application