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Hanwha Techwin is at the forefront of Hanwha's digital accomplishments and rapidly becoming a world-class brand.

Based on optical and image processing technologies accumulated over 30 years, Hanwha Techwin has solidified its leadershop position in the field of security solutions by developing and manufacturing cutting-edge security systems, including the world's best-performing security cameras, digital video recorders, and network control systems.

Hanwha Techwin America's management team brings a wealth of experience and is redefining what you'd expect in a digital video security provider which is committed to acquiring thr world's best technology to expand its product portfolio.

Hanwha Techwin's world-leading imaging technology plays an important role in protecting the safety of people by providing a comprehensive range of products and complete solutions ranging from city surveillance to the protection of streets, airports, ports, industrial facilities and military installations.

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ISC West 2018 day 2: Security manufacturers embrace AI and the cloud

More crowded aisles and productive conversations continued to set the tone on the second day of ISC West in Las Vegas. No big technology breakthroughs have surfaced, but there is plenty of interest, and some degree of curiosity, about whether (and when) the recent hype about artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning will translate into usable products. Vertical market solutions “Yesterday we saw a tremendous amount of traffic in the booth, and today is more of the same,” said Miguel Lazatin, Director, Product and Channel Marketing, Hanwha Techwin America. The layout of the Hanwha Techwin booth is different this year, although the “footprint” is the same size. “We lessened the number of kiosks within the booth, which allows for better flow, and the ability to accommodate more customers and do the demonstrations more effectively and focus more on product solutions,” Lazatin adds. “We are introducing products in new categories for Hanwha Techwin,” Lazatin says. “We have new thermal cameras, new stainless steel cameras, new multi-sensor cameras, as well as new mobile products. We are expanding our product set to address new applications and new markets.” The new products are tailored and specific solutions for those new markets, which include food processing plants, oil refineries and areas where Hanwha Techwin has not played in the past. Although there is a lot of talk about deep learning and artificial intelligence at this year’s show, there don’t appear to be a lot of actual products being introduced in those categories. Companies of all shapes and sizes are embracing the new buzzwords, leaving some attendees unsure how these new ideas — or marketing concepts? — fit into the “real world.”  Hanwha Techwin America lessened the number of kiosks within the booth, which allows for better flow Meeting customer needs with AI A key to leveraging the value of new technologies such as AI and deep learning is to get beyond the buzzwords and position the new capabilities in the context of actual end user benefits such as operation efficiency and automation, says Stuart Rawling, Director of Global Business Development, Pelco by Schneider Electric. “The customer doesn’t care about buzzwords, he just wants to know what are the benefits? What solutions are we offering?” At the show, Pelco announced a new alliance with IBM that will leverage Big Blue’s advanced knowledge of deep learning and analytics, and combine it with Pelco’s VideoExpert video management system (VMS). “We have a version of that integration at the show, but the real news is that we are merging our development plans to solve specific use case problems,” says Rawling. Video analytics in the cloud Cloud applications are also gaining traction, including the Avigilon Blue cloud platform. “It allows integrators to manage everything from one easy, central site,” says Willem Ryan, Avigilon’s VIce President, Global Marketing and Communications. “They can respond quicker and with knowledge of what the system is doing.” Video analytics are built in as an inherent part of our solution. Any IP cameras — Avigilon or ONVIF-conformant — become equipped with analytics when they are connected to the Blue platform. A new announcement at the show is Avigilon’s ACC System Health Monitoring, a new service added to the Blue platform. Health monitoring enables integrators to be more proactive in their service and keep systems running smoothly. “Cloud allows you to scale how you can manage systems and service systems rather than having to go on site to upgrade systems,” says Ryan. “People think it’s a buzzword, but really it’s a means to an end to make systems more secure, more efficient, more responsive. We’re putting a lot of investment in it.” A new announcement at the show is Avigilon’s ACC System Health Monitoring, a new service added to the Blue platform Building RMR for customers The cloud also enables integrators to build more recurring monthly revenue (RMR). A cloud approach that encompasses products and ongoing service ensures that an integrator continues to “touch” customers. “For us, they can package this around service in a new way,” says Ryan. “The customer doesn’t have to worry about a large capital expense in the beginning. And as new capabilities come along, they can be added. So it becomes a way to sell a package around their company, service and products; but less about the products and more about a platform that allows them to sell their [integration] company in a new way. What we’re hearing is, it’s a change in mindset, and you need buy-in from the top of the organisation. And the sales people have to get used to selling in a different way. It’s going to take time, and our industry needs to evolve. Customers love the flexibility. And integrators need stickier customers and better profit margins.” Avigilon also continues to upgrade its Appearance Search product to enable faster review of stored video. Now a search for video related to an investigation can begin with a physical description of a person (rather than using a reference image as a starting point in the search). There’s one more day for attendees to roam the aisles of ISC West in search of new and useful technologies. Foot traffic historically drops off on the final day, but that just leaves more quality time for interaction among those staying until the bitter end. Count me among that group, and I will have much more to report after the show ends.

ISC West 2018: Veracity to reveal expansion of COLDSTORE IP video storage solutions

At ISC West 2018, Veracity will reveal a significant expansion of its COLDSTORE range of specialised IP video storage solutions. This includes the market introduction of COLDSTORE Colossus, a solution designed for very long-term retention of large volume sets of security video. Veracity will also announce embedded NVR functionality across the entire range of COLDSTORE products, including current models. This allows video to be recorded directly from camera to COLDSTORE storage without the need for a separate NVR product. With 45 disk bays, COLDSTORE Colossus is designed for projects which require high capacity, long-term retention of video data. When populated by 12TB hard disk drives COLDSTORE Colossus delivers 540TB video storage capacity in a 4U space, only 31.5 inches deep. All COLDSTORE solutions are architected specifically to increase the reliability and lifetime of disks by massively reducing wear, vibration and temperature. Not only does COLDSTORE Colossus provide a solution to large and long retention storage of video but the total cost of ownership savings are uniquely compelling Embedded NVR functionality One of the consequences of this architecture is up to 90% reduction in power consumption. Not only does COLDSTORE Colossus provide a solution to large and long retention storage of video but the total cost of ownership savings are uniquely compelling. All COLDSTORE platforms will now also feature Embedded NVR functionality, eliminating the need for a separate NVR solution. Once again, the cost savings that result from this innovation are compelling, in addition to a massive reduction in system complexity. Visitors to ISC West 2018 will be able to learn about the entire range of COLDSTORE solutions for both small and very large video storage requirements (with or without a separate NVR solution). OUTREACH Gigabit Ethernet extenders Veracity also has on display its full range of video transmission products and will be launching its new range of OUTREACH Gigabit Ethernet extenders. OUTREACH, requiring no set up, is already regarded by integrators and engineers as the most cost-effective solution for extending Cat5/6 Ethernet beyond the 328ft limit. The Gigabit additions to the Lite, Max and exterior XT versions of OUTREACH now deliver full, unrestricted 10/100/1000BASE-T network bandwidth. All Gigabit versions retain compatibility with POE, POE plus and custom POE, with Max versions supporting up to 70 Watts (802.3bt). The XT enclosures have functional improvements with a more resilient IP67 rating, allowing them to deal with temporary immersion in water, and are NEMA 4X and NEMA 6P rated. With improved, shielded connections the XT versions are also supplied with assorted cable gaskets that can manage the different cable diameters found on various network installations. All of these will be on display at booth #5065. VIEWSCAPE features an advanced, modular integration platform that gives operators flexible and immediate control over complex surveillance and security functions Visual information with interactive maps VIEWSCAPE, the comprehensive, integrated command and control system will also be on display. VIEWSCAPE features an advanced, modular integration platform that gives operators flexible and immediate control over complex surveillance and security functions. VIEWSCAPE includes visual information received from IP and deployable CCTV cameras combined with interactive maps and incident management. With extensive support for 3rd party devices and solutions, VIEWSCAPE delivers integrated functionality across many areas including Alarm Receiving, Command and Control, PIDs, Dispatch, Incident Management, Situational Awareness, Guard Tour and many other areas. VIEWSCAPE is architected to meet new requirements, with minimal integration effort needed for legacy systems. It is an ideal management suite for the fully integrated COLDSTORE embedded NVR system. These innovative solutions, as well as the engaging Transmission Workshop Wall where Integrators can explore live solutions to their daily challenges, will be on display at Booth #5065 at ISC West (11 to 13 April 2018) at the Sands Expo, Las Vegas. Veracity’s COLDSTORE is also on display at our partner Hanwha Techwin America’s booth #14079.

Hanwha Techwin to showcase new Wisenet X series mobile cameras at ISC West 2018

Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions, will debut a new line of mobile cameras at ISC West 2018 in booth #14079. The new cameras are part of the Wisenet X series and are built to withstand the vibrations, temperature shifts and harsh, wet environments encountered in mobile applications such as buses and trains. All of the new mobile models utilise the powerful Wisenet 5 chipset featuring high frame-rates, day & night (ICR) and advanced WDR (150dB) All of the new mobile models utilise the powerful Wisenet 5 chipset featuring high frame-rates, day & night (ICR), advanced WDR (150dB), digital image stabilisation, and H.265/H.264/MJPEG multiple streaming codecs. The full suite of powerful Wisenet video analytics featuring tampering detection, loitering, directional detection, defocus detection, fog detection, virtual line, enter/exit, (dis)appear, audio detection, face detection, people counting, heat maps, and sound classification is included. X series mobile cameras The 2.8mm XNV-6013M is vandal-resistant with an IK10 rating and can withstand temperatures from -40 to +140 degrees Fahrenheit Intended for the harshest mobile environment, the 2 Megapixel 60fps XNV-6013M is rated at IP6k9K to withstand high-temperature steam power washing. It also features a built-in heater to prevent frost and fogging within the housing. The 2.8mm XNV-6013M is vandal-resistant with an IK10 rating and can withstand temperatures from -40 to +140 degrees Fahrenheit. The 2M 60fps XNV-6012/M flat cameras feature 135-degree viewing angles and supports RJ-45 or M12 connectors. The 2M 60fps XNV-6022R/M adds IR illumination to 15m/49ft. “Our new X series mobile cameras are built to withstand harsh, mobile environments where water and dirt can penetrate due to high-pressure washing and outdoor movement while bringing the best performance and analytics available to the mobile market,” said Paul Kong, Technical Director, Hanwha Techwin America.” Top features:  XNV-6012 – 2M Mobile Vandal-Resistant Network Camera 2.4mm fixed lens - wide 135-degree field of view IP66, IK10, NAMA4X-rated Built-in Microphone RJ-45 connector XNV-6012M – 2M Mobile Vandal-Resistant Network Camera 2.4mm fixed lens - wide 135-degree field of view IP66, IK10, NAMA4X rated Built-in Microphone M12 Connector  XNV-6013M – 2M Mobile Vandal-Resistant Network Camera 2.8mm fixed lens – 107-degree field of view Built-in heater prevents frost accumulation and fogging Built-in microphone IP67, IP6K9K, IK10, NAMA4X rated M12 Connector  XNV-6022R - 2M Mobile Vandal-Resistant Network IR Flat Camera 3.6mm fixed lens – 95-degree angle of view IR Distance 15m IP66, IK10, NAMA4X rated RJ-45 Connector XNV-6022RM - 2M Mobile Vandal-Resistant Network IR Flat Camera 3.6mm fixed lens – 95-degree angle of view IR Distance 15m IP66, IK10, NAMA4X rated M12 Connector The new mobile cameras will be available from all Hanwha Techwin authorised resellers in Q2 2018.