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Hanwha Techwin launches Wisenet Retail Insight 2.0 to provide business intelligence for smarter retail
Hanwha Techwin launches Wisenet Retail Insight 2.0 to provide business intelligence for smarter retail

Hanwha Techwin has introduced Wisenet Retail Insight 2.0, a business intelligence application which enables retailers to gain a greater understanding of customer behaviour and buying patterns. Wisenet Retail Insight 2.0 utilises people counting, heat mapping and queue management applications running on board selected Wisenet Q and Wisenet X fixed lens and fisheye cameras to display statistical analytics on a centralised dashboard, along with other practical information such as weather reports. Cloud-based business intelligence Accessed from anywhere on the network, Wisenet Retail Insight 2.0 is a web-based application which consolidates the data captured by the three analytics applications running on up to 500 Wisenet Q or X series cameras and presents it on a customisable dashboard. With profitability under threat, retailers are looking at ways to improve productivity Retailers are able to take advantage of the captured data to measure the impact of advertising, online promotions and other marketing activities on the number of people who enter their stores, as well as making the best use of human resources in order to manage the peaks and troughs of customer flow at checkouts. Customisable dashboards “With revenues and profitability under threat, retailers are understandably looking at ways to improve productivity,” said Uri Guterman, Head of Product & Marketing for Hanwha Techwin Europe. “In terms of the business intelligence which could be made available to operations, marketing, merchandising and store management, the metadata traditionally extracted from Electronic Point of Sale (EPOS) systems is unlikely to be sufficient for retailers to identify opportunities to increase productivity or improve the customer experience.” Wisenet Retail Insight 2.0 generates reports in a variety of formats including PDF, Excel, CSV or HTML, whilst with the help of five customisable tabbed screens, users are able to view real-time updates on a wide range of activity, including the number of store visitors for any particular time of day or accumulatively over a specified period of time, as well as data on queue congestion times and heat mapping information showing the busiest areas of a store.

Hanwha Techwin launches Wisenet Retail Insight for business intelligence in Europe
Hanwha Techwin launches Wisenet Retail Insight for business intelligence in Europe

Hanwha Techwin has introduced a business intelligence application which enables retailers to gain a greater understanding of customer behaviour and buying patterns. Wisenet Retail Insight utilises people counting, heat mapping and queue management applications running on board selected Wisenet Q and Wisenet X fixed lens and fish-eye cameras to display statistical analytics on a centralised dashboard, along with other practical information such as weather reports. Accessed from anywhere on the network, Retail Insight is a web-based application which consolidates the data captured by the three analytics applications running on up to 500 Wisenet Q or X series cameras and presents it on a customisable dashboard. Ways to improve productivity With revenues and profitability under threat, retailers are understandably looking at ways to improve productivity Retailers are able to take advantage of the captured data to measure the impact of advertising, on-line promotions and other marketing activities on the number of people who enter their stores, as well as making best use of human resources in order to manage the peaks and troughs of customer flow at checkouts. “With revenues and profitability under threat, retailers are understandably looking at ways to improve productivity,” said Uri Guterman, Head of Product & Marketing for Hanwha Techwin Europe. View real-time updates “In terms of the business intelligence which could be made available to operations, marketing, merchandising and store management, the metadata traditionally extracted from Electronic Point of Sale (EPOS) systems is unlikely to be sufficient for retailers to identify opportunities to increase productivity or improve the customer experience.” Retail Insight generates reports in a variety of formats including PDF, Excel, CSV or HTML, whilst with the help of five customisable tabbed screens, users are able to view real-time updates on a wide range of activity, including the number of store visitors for any particular time of day or accumulatively over a specified period of time, as well as data on queue congestion times and heat mapping information showing the busiest areas of a store.

Hanwha Techwin announces three new 4-channel multi-sensor cameras with motorised PTRZ gimbals
Hanwha Techwin announces three new 4-channel multi-sensor cameras with motorised PTRZ gimbals

Hanwha Techwin enhances its premium Wisenet P series with the addition of three new 4-channel multi-sensor cameras, designed to provide a cost-effective solution for detecting and tracking objects over wide open areas. The 8MP Wisenet PNM-9084QZ features motorised varifocal lenses for precise control of focal length, angle of view and zoom of each of its sensors, as do the 8MP PNM-9084RQZ and 5MP PNM-9085RQZ, which are also equipped with built-in smart IR illumination for each sensor. This illuminates objects at a distance of up to 30m by focusing the beam in line with zoom. Motorised PTRZ gimbals All three new H.265 multi-sensor cameras are equipped with motorised PTRZ gimbals All three new H.265 multi-sensor cameras are equipped with motorised PTRZ gimbals which reduce on site times as they enable installation engineers to remotely pan, tilt, rotate and zoom the lens’ positions in order to set the camera’s field of view. “These new models, which enable operators to choose from a broad range of customisable angles and zoom settings per sensor, offer cost savings for both system integrators and end users,” said Uri Guterman, Head of Product & Marketing for Hanwha Techwin Europe. “This is because multi-sensor cameras use less cable, conduit and mounting hardware compared to what would normally be required to enable up to four separate cameras to do the same job. They also need fewer VMS licenses as only a single IP connection is required.” Digital Image Stabilisation Key features Advanced Wide Dynamic Range (WDR), which performs at up to 120dB to accurately produce images in scenes that simultaneously contain very bright and very dark areas. True day/night camera functionality with a removable infrared cut filter (ICR). Digital Image Stabilisation (DIS), which reduces motion blur caused by wind or vibration and ensures the capture of sharp, stable images. Support for H.265, H.264 and MJPEG compression, as well as WiseStream II, a complementary compression technology unique to Wisenet cameras. Built-in Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA), including Tampering, Loitering, Directional Detection, Defocus Detection, Fog Detection, Virtual Line, Enter/Exit, Appear/Disappear, Audio Detection, Face Detection and Motion Detection. Sound Classification: An audio analytics feature which recognises critical sounds such as raised voices, screams, broken glass, gunshots and explosions, and generates an alert to enable security personnel to quickly react to any incidents. IP66, IK10, and NEMA4X ratings for protection against water, dust, and mechanical impact, makes the three multi-sensor cameras an ideal choice for outdoor applications. Motorised-varifocal lenses The model numbers of the new Wisenet multi-sensor cameras are as follows: Wisenet PNM-9084QZ: 2MP x 4 channels with 3~6mm motorised-varifocal lenses. Wisenet PNM-9084RQZ: 2MP x 4 channels with 3.2~10mm motorised-varifocal lenses. Built-in smart IR illumination. Wisenet PNM-9085RQZ: 5MP x 4 channels with 4.13~9.4mm motorised-varifocal lenses. Built-in smart IR illumination.