secure evidential video reporting

Transforming workflows with video – live, recorded or both

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the patented evidential video technology for smartphones (and more)

eviid’s transformative evidential video reporting tool facilitates businesses in a range of sectors to capture, validate, share and access video and other media quickly and easily; enabling users to share information, direct from their location, in a single, tamper-proof package.

Our patented, proven technology turns video and photos captured on smart devices into reliable, verifiable evidence that is suitable for use in court proceedings, claims management and compliance cases.

Underpinning every part of our business is absolute data security, with some of biggest names in insurance, facilities management, security and infrastructure trusting us to handle over 110,000 videos and images every month.

eviid offers fully secure, enterprise-scalable solutions for organisations who need video to be validated as evidence in commercial or legal cases.

Developed using patented technology, eviid’s industry-leading video handling capability enables remote staff to authenticate and securely share evidential video in-situ, transforming the gathering, distribution and assessment of case-critical evidence.

Delivering faster case-resolutions and better outcomes, eviid solutions have been proven to deliver significant operational efficiencies, cost-savings, rapid ROI and reduced customer effort across the entire claims ecosystem.


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tales of transformation from insurance to FM

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the rise of video

how we are describing our world through images

Digital cameras are everywhere. The world has shifted from describing what we see with words to showing what we see through pictures. Quite often, we are viewing events through our phones’ cameras even when we are there to see them live.

This fundamental shift in habits means we are used to – and always equipped to – capture situations as images or videos. The instinct to record an event visually as we are witnessing it has become so widespread so quickly, that our ability to quickly verify the authenticity of footage or protect the privacy of people captured has been lagging behind dramatically.

The patented evidential technology that underpins eviid offers a solution to both and could become the standard for image authentication at source.

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John Ridd CEO

‘How evidential video is transforming insurance claims’ by John Ridd, CEO

12 October 2018

‘Transformational’ is a bold claim to make for technology, but there is a growing body of proof to show that evidential video capture is proving to be just that for the insurance market.


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If images or videos, which work so much better and faster for so many things, are to become the default way of documenting events or situations, then we have to become a lot better at verifying them.

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