Award winning industrial security monitoring services

IntelliView Technologies Inc. (IVT) is a leading developer and supplier of intelligent video analytics based systems for a host of industrial surveillance and real-time detection applications.

The company’s mission is to protect assets, life, and the environment by providing decision makers with instant notification and video access to safety, security, environmental and mission critical events in order to enable timely and appropriate action.

IntelliView, a Canadian company, was founded in 2003, in Calgary, Alberta. From its genesis as a research project at the University of Louisiana, Lafayette in 1998, IntelliView quickly evolved to become a front runner in the video analytics space for  leak detection, industrial asset monitoring, and environmental protection.

Our camera-based real-time detection systems utilize patented, patent pending, proprietary and industry standard software technologies together with the latest hardware, including advanced thermal imaging sensors, high-spec IP cameras and video recorders. These solutions can be successfully commercialized in various industrial environments: oil and gasminingconstructionhealthcareairport securitypublic venues, manufacturingmilitaryprocessinglaw enforcementsecurity, traffic systems, and transportation.

While increasing the productivity and efficiency of human and machine assets, we help facilitate HSE (health, safety and environment) compliance, enhance security, as well as prevent or minimize damage to assets  and associated financial losses (clean up costs, restorative expenses, regulatory fines, compensations, costly site visits).

Alberta’s 25 Most Innovative Organizations (Aug, 2013):

AV2013

Alberta Venture has listed IntelliView Technologies as one of Alberta’s 25 Most Innovative Organizations of 2013. Read More

The Fast Growth 50 by Alberta Venture (Jan, 2012):

FastGrowth50IntelliView Technologies has been recognized by Alberta Venture for The Fast Growth 50 and is ranked 14th for 2012. The program recognizes innovative and enterprising Alberta-based companies and ranks companies by growth in: revenues, assets, profits, head count, and other criteria over the past 3 years. Read More

Celestica Award (May, 2011):

CelesticaThis award is presented to a Canadian organization for outstanding technology engineering, which has resulted in the production of a world-class product incorporating advanced manufacturing and innovative electronics in the product or family of products. The product will have proven itself in operation, and its design and market success will have enhanced Canada’s international reputation for innovation and excellence. Read More

SCC Award (Oct, 2010):

SCCThe SCC Award of Excellence recognizes notable contributions made by a committee member to Canada’s standardization community. The winners of this award must demonstrate initiative in managing and developing a standard or achievement of consensus. Or, they have made a direct contribution to the standardization or conformity assessment activity. Read More

Finals in Manning Innovation Award (March, 2010):

ManningThe Ernest C. Manning Awards Foundation has been recognizing and encouraging innovation in Canada since 1982. Year 2010 marks the first time that every province is represented among the qualified nominations, which include innovative dental devices, robotics, veterinary equipment, online networking, music, food products, building materials and solar-powered heaters. Nominated Canadians who have demonstrated recent innovative talent in developing and successfully marketing a new concept, process or procedure may be eligible for one of these awards: the EnCana $100,000 Principal Award; the Dave Mitchell $25,000 Award of Distinction; and two Innovation Awards of $10,000 each. Read More

Bill Hews
Executive Chairman

Bill Hews has led the company since 2012 as Executive Chairman, filling both the Board Chair and CEO roles. Bill is also President of Fideliter Inc, an advisory and investment firm. He has 30 years of experience in technology companies, starting with finance and operations roles at Nortel, then with smaller companies in executive, advisor, investor and director roles. He has served on public company boards as Chair of Governance, audit committees and as Board Chair, and also on non-profit health and education-related boards. Bill has an engineering degree from University of Toronto and an MBA from the University of Western Ontario.