Memoreyes announced today that it will begin beta testing its Entry/Exit Monitoring System.  CEO John Collings said, “…the project I got asked to get involved with is going to the next step.  We have added video analytics to the cameras and it’s now time to field test the cameras in a housing and determine if the system performs to expectations and is stable.  Simultaneously, we are researching some new camera options that not only cost less, but actually have better performance.”

About Memoreyes:

Memoreyes is based in Atlanta GA. Memoreyes grew from a multifamily housing owner’s request to make their surveillance cameras “smart”. We did that by adding advanced video analytics and later developed sensors to direct the cameras movement through artificial intelligence.  The result is a remarkable solution that transforms how apartment communities approach video surveillance as a management tool. Our expertise includes a thorough understanding of the unique needs of apartment communities and we are also perfect for schools, parks, office buildings and more. Our systems are backed by local installation and support technicians as well as exceptional sourcing relationships that span the globe.  To learn more about Memoreyes, visit


  • Requires No Capital Expenditure
  • Reduces Property Damage and Repair Costs
  • Reduces Need for Expensive Guards
  • Recognizes License Plates to Document Who’s On Property
  • Monitors Gate Performance to Detect Operational Issues
  • Improves Incident Response and Documentation
  • Enhances Resident Satisfaction and Loyalty
  • Incorporates Thorough Privacy Protections

Learn more about how MemorEyes benefits apartment owners, property managers, and residents.