eviid is the patented technology driving evidential video applications in demanding, risk-conscious sectors. eviid automatically turns videos and photos captured on a smart device into reliable evidence that is suitable for use in court, claims, compliance and complaints. The technology also enables live, secure and recorded video calls between field and base, as well as integrating advanced workflow and reporting features.
Based in London and Liverpool, the team behind eviid started out as a group of tech experts, academics and coders – with an idea for mobile video technology that could be a game-changer in a broad range of sectors. Demanding, compliance-conscious and security-sensitive, the insurance sector was among the earliest adopters of eviid software, shaping and accelerating its development.
Today, eviid’s patented technology underpins evidential video applications for some of the biggest names in insurance, FM, security and infrastructure – in the UK and internationally (in Europe, the US, Australia and India). eviid can be deployed rapidly and integrates seamlessly into existing systems. It provides an agnostic media hub for multi-party access and runs on standard smartphones.
A catalyst for transformation
Going way beyond simple video integration, eviid has evolved into a transformative workflow tool that allows field workers to fill in digital forms on site, accept digital signatures, make cost calculations – and then send it all back to base on the spot, in a neat, secure and tamper-evident package.
As a result, job lifecycles are shortened, visual evidence is bullet-proofed, customer satisfaction is improved and significant manpower is freed up to do more.
Tamper-evident video – a foundation for more
eviid is also suited to a host of consumer applications. Where evidential quality or data confidentiality are essential, apps using eviid technology offer unique protection against fraud, evidence tampering and data misuse.
eviid as a foundation technology has huge potential for any application where tamper-evident, verifiable authenticity of footage is of importance: witness evidence, civil rights, citizen journalism are just a few examples.