Perimeter incursion, abandoned vehicles and loitering are among the scenarios that Ipsotek’s patented CCTV software can detect. It analyses video camera footage in real time to look for predetermined situations and then tracks any dangers it identifies. The software is used by Transport for London, Network Rail, nuclear power plants, government buildings and at 26 international airports. Led by chief executive Bill Flind, 58, the business saw sales reach £5.1m in 2016, 92% of them generated overseas. The Wimbledon-based company also has offices in the Middle East, Singapore and Canada.

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Company details
Year2017
Rank75
CompanyIpsotek
ActivityVideo analytics provider
LocationWest London
Average 3 year sales growth55.92%
Latest sales £000s*5,062
Staff41
Founded2001
Websitewww.ipsotek.com

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