Qognify Expands Global R&D Centre in Israel

The move to a new, innovative R&D centre meets growing worldwide demand for the company’s solutions

Qognify, the leader in big data solutions for physical security and operations, today announced that it has expanded its global development centre with the opening of new offices in Israel’s premier industrial area in Ra’anana. 

Qognify develops smart security systems that enable organisations to optimise response, mitigate risks, reduce business exposure and improve performance. The company’s corporate headquarters are located in New York and it operates sales and service offices in Europe, Singapore and India. The Israeli operation is Qognify’s development centre in which most of the employees are engineers and developers, with plans to expand investment in R&D throughout 2017 and 2018.

Moti Shabtai, CEO and President of Qognify: “Today, the need for safety and security systems is an axiom. Organisations, companies and countries with an advanced realisation of this need, take it to the next level by leveraging the information collected by these systems for streamlining operations and improving services.”

Qognify’s’ customers include major airports, seaports, public transportation and infrastructure companies, financial institutions, smart cities and commercial entities. Qognify is considered world leader in its field and the demand for its video management, video and data analytics and PSIM/ Situation Management solutions around the world is constantly growing.

“Naturally, the ability to serve such customers and to provide them with complex and advanced solutions is made possible by tremendous investment in technology,” Shabtai continues. “Our new offices are designed to support the needs of the development environment with advanced infrastructure and with optimal connectivity to the company’s offices around the world. No less important is the state-of-the-art work environment in which our engineers and developers, project managers, product and service personnel and other units operating from Israel will receive the inspiration they need to continue to produce technological excellence.”