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Dahua Technology, a manufacturer and supplier of video surveillance products headquartered in Hangzhou, China showed visitors a lot of key products and solutions for small, medium, and large companies at Security Essen 2016.

Various solutions at display

Dahua demonstrated HDCVI 3.0 high-resolution 4MP analogue video over coaxial cable solution, Mobile Solution, Car Park Management Solution, Intelligent Building Solution, Video Conference, and Retail Solution.

Dahua HDCVI 3.0 includes broad compatibility with a range of other (even competing) HD over coax technologies; higher resolutions including 4MP; and intelligent functions comparable to those available in IP systems. Dahua HDCVI recorders and cameras offer powerful network performance with a robust feature set, including high image quality, real-time recording, easy plug-and-play installation, extra IP channels, and more. 

Allowing for viewing, recording, and management from virtually anywhere, Dahua IP solution uses high-end IP cameras to analyse content in real-time, as well as provides secure streaming and high-resolution video over a standard network. Leveraging Dahua professional technology, the solution is able to offer key differentiators such as ultra-low-light imaging, 180/360-degree dewarping, high dynamic range imaging, and so on. 

User-friendly operating interface

“Today’s security solutions are expected to have strong openness and interoperability”

With state-of-the-art technology and user-friendly operating interface, the intelligent building solution delivers strategic control of facility, high security, and operational efficiency to customers around the world. 

During Security Essen, many media visited Dahua booth such as Benchmark, Smart Press, GIT Sicherheit, Essecome and expressed positive impression on Dahua’s attractive booth, as well as intelligent and professional solutions.

“This year’s Security Essen is the most exciting to date in terms of the solutions being showcased by Dahua,” stated Daniel Chau, Marketing Director at Dahua Technology. “Today’s security solutions are expected to have strong openness and interoperability. Dahua showcase here today with a fully networked and integrated range of cameras, access control, applications, and software solutions. Dahua will continue to attend Security Essen 2018 with a larger stand to communicate more, learn more, and cooperate with more partners in the industry.”

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