Smart Photo Management Solution for Schools and Families | pixevety

A simple, safe, smart & secure photo management solution

One place for photos


All data stored locally for greater protection



Stop wasting time finding that one photo in a sea of photos



Child image privacy tackled head-on with industry-first consent technology



A safe way to filter and share with your community



A hassle-free solution to photo management

pixevety is a smart photo management solution that offers schools and families a private, secure, central and easy-to-use online space to manage and share photos & videos in a way that protects every parent’s right to determine how their child’s photo is used and every child’s right to safety and digital privacy.

Used by schools throughout Australia, pixevety saves time and gives both schools and parents greater control over sharing student images via unique real-time consent technology to help reduce school privacy and data breach risks.

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A central secure location to safely store and share a growing digital media collection with unique real-time consent technology to help reduce privacy and data breach risks.

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An easy-to-use online platform that offers a hassle-free solution to reduce the daily stress and privacy pitfalls of managing & sharing photos & videos of children with family & friends.

Easily upload thousands of photos and members

Use our bulk upload tools and enterprise level technology to better manage your photo collections.

Organise photos in a snap!

Spend more time enjoying your photos when using our virtual archivist tools.

Protect your privacy

Get the best privacy protection for every photo using our dynamic privacy tools supported by the ‘pixevety pledge’, with all data stored in Australia.

Peace of mind when sharing photos

Share only with your trusted community, and together, build amazing collections over time.

“Evidence in Australia indicates that information posted on an internet site or published in a magazine or newspaper is used to target children, to locate them, and then to condition or groom them. Additionally images can be used or adapted for inappropriate use. The end result is that in spite of the best intentions on the part of the publisher, children can end up being the victims of abuse. Sporting organisations need to be aware of these potential risks and take appropriate steps to address them”

Guidelines on the Use of Images of Children Australian Sports Commission

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We are proud sponsors of the Australian Catholic Primary Principals Association and supporting partner of Privacy Awareness Week , Stay Smart Online and the ‘2019 Data Privacy Day’ hosted by Stay Safe Online.

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