Aditya Infotech has been setting benchmarks in introducing advanced technologies as well as achieving milestones in the industry
Under it's ‘redefining video surveillance’ initiative, Aditya brings to light technologies like Dahua HDCVI and iDVR

The video surveillance industry is at the stupendous growth however at the same time, there are underlying technological challenges that are impacting the quality of integration and performance of the surveillance solution. Considering such challenges, Aditya Infotech Ltd, world’s fastest growing security distribution house, redefines the video surveillance industry by unveiling revolutionary and futuristic technologies from global brands in India.

India’s leading security distribution house, AIL has been setting benchmarks in introducing advanced technologies as well as achieving milestones in the industry. “We, at Aditya Infotech Ltd, are committed to bring best-of-technologies and products at value for money proposition, thereby, redefining best in the video surveillance industry. We will continue to introduce revolutionary and futuristic technologies that will take video surveillance industry to the next level” mentioned, Aditya Khemka, CEO & Director at Aditya Infotech Ltd.

Under the ‘redefining video surveillance’ initiative, AIL along with their principal associates brings revolutionary technologies like HDCVI, Eco-Savvy cameras, APEX range, iDVR, Dahua Video Wall Controller and much more.

It has been observed that system Integrators/customers face barriers in analogue solution especially where high definition video is demanded by the customers at the affordable cost. At the time of any incident, the surveillance solution should not only be able to detect but also capture minute details of the same.

"We, at Aditya Infotech Ltd, are committed to bring best-of-technologies and products at value for money proposition, thereby, redefining best in the video surveillance industry"

Understanding such challenges in analogue solutions, HDCVI technology is launched by Dahua, aiming to redefine analogue surveillance by providing high definition video transmission over co-axial cable at affordable value. HDCVI technology is perfectly developed to satisfy high definition surveillance requirement such as airport, city, shopping malls and much more. In addition, HDCVI technology has been introduced in CP PLUS CORAL series of analogue CCTV cameras and Digital Video Recorders.

Another revolutionary product range includes Dahua Eco-Savvy Network cameras and CP PLUS APEX camera range featuring low consumption and low streaming, that saves 75% of networking bandwidth and storage compared with the existing cameras in market.

CP PLUS TeknoLogix Labs develops iDVR technology, setting a new standard for viewing, recording and playback both IP and Analogy channels in standalone Digital Video Recorder.

“Aditya has always believed in relationship and trust. In India, we are currently working with more than 6000 channel partners & system integrators across 400 cities through its network of 45 branches. With our strong team of more than 600 sales, technical & solution experts and support professionals, we have been continuously setting benchmarks in the Indian security and rising at a stupendous growth” he further mentioned.

Mar. Yogis B. Data, Sr. Vice President at Adyta InfoTech Ltd stated, “Indian customer is always discerning buyer and demand for value for money solutions. We endeavour to understand challenges and pain areas of our channel partners/system integrator. We are committed to provide qualitative solutions to them in order to improve their quality of integration projects”.

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