Dahua Technology Ltd
HDCVI is a coaxial-cable HD video transmission standard which is developed in-house and firstly created around the world by Dahua
Dahua has implemented all-around intellectual property protection to the innovations of HDCVI technical standard

The statement on HDCVI technical standard and its products made by Zhejiang Dahua Technology CO., LTD is as follows:

HDCVI (High Definition Composite Video Interface) is a coaxial-cable HD video transmission standard which is developed in-house and firstly created around the world by Dahua. The technology has realised innovative breakthrough on HD video lossless, real time, long-distance transmission, compatible audio and two-way data, which has a broad market application prospect.

Dahua releases its first HDCVI interface standard whitepaper

Dahua released HDCVI interface standard whitepaper for the first time on 31 July 2012. In 2013, Dahua released HDCVI whole series high cost performance products which includes camera, DVR, fiber transceiver and HDCVI solution to help all industries with HD monitor smooth upgrade. In 2014, HDCVI technology was accepted by International HDcctv Alliance, and a new generation of HDcctv AT standard was officially released based on HDCVI technical standard.

By the day when the statement was released, Dahua has implemented all-around intellectual property protection to the innovations of HDCVI technical standard, submitted totally around 20 patent applications of related inventions for HDCVI technical standard, and acquired a number of invention patent authorisation in China with synchronised implementation of global patent protection. Besides, related trademark sign of HDCVI technology has been under official exclusive protection in main target markets around the world.

Management concept

Dahua will adhere to the management concept of “open, cooperative, mutually beneficial, win-win”; seek close cooperation with industry peers actively, and boost the application of HDCVI technical standard in security industry together. We sincerely welcome more companies to join “HDCVI market cooperation promotion plan”.

Meanwhile, we also solemnly declare that our company will take necessary measures depending on the situation and reserve the right to take legal action at any time toward the unauthorised use of HDCVI relevant patent technology, trademark sign and other behaviors of violating our company’s intellectual property right.

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