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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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Hanwha Techwin America unveils Wisenet PNM-9000VQ and PNM-9320VQP P series Multi-directional cameras at GSX 2018

At GSX 2018 in booth #2341, Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions, will unveil two new cameras in its P series line. The Wisenet PNM-9000VQ (4-head) multi-directional camera and the PNM-9320VQP (4-head) multi-directional plus 32x optical zoom PTZ camera support configurable fixed-focus lens/CMOS sensor modules that allow the installer to choose the resolution and the focal length for each head. Full suite of video analytics Ideally suited for city surveillance, stadiums, and airports, the new cameras allow for individual on-screen displays and a full suite of video analytics including loitering, directional detection, fog detection, tampering, motion detection, and objects entering or exiting an area. Hallway view aspect ratios are also supported for the monitoring of vertical shaped areas. The PNM-9320VQP and PNM-9000VQ feature a configurable four head multi-sensor array that can accept a choice of 2MP modules with optional 2.8, 3.6, 6 or 12mm lenses or 5MP modules with optional 3.7, 4.6 and 7mm lenses in any combination to suit the unique requirements of any job. Additionally, the PNM-9320VPQ has a 2MP HD (4.44-142.6mm) PTZ sensor capable of 32x optical zoom to provide additional clarity in any direction. Multi-streaming performance “Never before has so much power and flexibility been available in a multi-directional camera,” said Paul Kong, Technical Director, Hanwha Techwin. “With high frame-rates (60/30fps) per sensor, true 150dB WDR (Wide Dynamic Range), H.265 WiseStream II compression technology and a powerful suite of analytics built in, the cameras are unique in their capabilities. Our latest cameras are re-defining the multi-sensor market once again.” Utilising a single IP address over one cat5 cable requires only one VMS license further reducing the cost to install, service, and support. Powerful multi-streaming performance adds further flexibility to route streams to multiple destinations at different resolutions.

SIA GovSummit 2018 tackles cyber, drone & physical security issues affecting private, public & government organisations

Leaders in the security industry, government and technology gathered on June 27-28 in Washington, D.C., as the Security Industry Association (SIA) hosted its 2018 GovSummit. Each year, SIA GovSummit offers top-quality information sharing and education on security topics affecting federal, state and local agencies. This year’s summit tackled key security and policy issues like moving security services to the cloud, the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning for surveillance and the path forward for government and private security regarding the commercial use of aerial drones. Additionally, the event featured a half-day, expanded version of SIA’s popular Secure Schools Roundtable, SIA member visits on Capitol Hill, a networking breakfast at the Capitol Hill Club and presentation of the 2018 Legislator of the Year and Statesman Awards. DHS works to protect federal networks and facilities and critical infrastructure Protecting federal networks & facilities Providing keynote remarks at the 2018 GovSummit were Chris Krebs, undersecretary of the National Program and Programs Directorate (NPPD) at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and Soraya Correa, DHS’ chief procurement officer. Krebs highlighted DHS’ work to protect federal networks and facilities and critical infrastructure, the threat of nation-state attacks on American democracy through targeting election equipment and spreading false information on social media to sow division and discord and NPPD’s focus on blending physical security and cybersecurity in a holistic, top-down risk management approach. “Government’s role is to assist in raising the security baseline,” said Krebs. Correa spoke about DHS’ procurement efforts in support of the department’s strategic vision and interest in inviting creativity and innovation in its contracts with organisations. “When we understand each other’s business processes, we can do better business together,” Correa said. “We work with industry, associations and more – we want you to do business with us.” Cybersecurity and identity policy In a panel discussion of the Office of Management and Budget’s new cybersecurity and identity policy, Jeff Nigriny highlighted the Interagency Security Committee’s new instructions to federal chief security officers on physical access control systems implementations being fully compliant with federal security standards. “2018 is the year we fix the policy,” Nigriny said. In another session, a panel of experts considered the path forward for government and private security when it comes to unmanned aerial system (UAS) and counter-UAS policy. As drones have become more widely used, national security agencies have raised drone security as an important policy issue. “We could call this time the years of drone security,” said Lisa Ellman, partner at Hogan Lovells LLP and Company and co-executive director of the Commercial Drone Alliance. Rob Reiter was recognised for his leadership on issues related to protective and architectural bollards to address the need for greater perimeter security Public safety and security During the summit’s Policy Leadership Awards Dinner, SIA also presented its 2018 Legislator of the Year and Statesman Awards. The SIA Legislator of the Year Award is presented annually to members of Congress and other elected officials who have demonstrated extraordinary leadership in advancing legislation and policies that encourage the effective use of technology solutions to enhance public safety and security and protect critical infrastructure. This year, SIA honored Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Rep. John Rutherford (R-Fla.) for their work on the STOP School Violence Act, Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) for authoring the Investment in New Ventures and Economic Success Today (INVEST) Act, Sen. Gary Peters (D-Mich.) for authoring the Secure Airport Spaces Act and Rep. Dan Donovan (R-N.Y.) for authoring the Shielding Public Spaces From Vehicular Terrorism Act. The Statesman Award is presented each year to SIA member volunteers who have made extraordinary contributions of professional time, leadership and resources to position SIA to address the public policy challenges impacting the security industry. This year’s recipient was Rob Reiter, co-founder of the Storefront Safety Council and chief security consultant at Calpipe Industries, recognised for his leadership on issues related to protective and architectural bollards to address the need for greater perimeter security. SIA 2018 partners & sponsors This event was made possible through Washington sponsor United Technologies (Lenel and Interlogix); Lincoln sponsor HID Global; Jefferson sponsor Johnson Controls; dinner and reception sponsor Allegion; event sponsors AMAG Technology, American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers, Ameristar Perimeter Security, ASIS International, Axis Communications, BCDVideo, Calpipe Security Bollards, Chenega Security, Christie Digital Systems, Defense Forensics and Biometrics Agency, Gallagher, GSA Schedules, Inc., Hanwha Techwin America, DHS Science & Technology, Identiv, Louroe Electronics, Marshalls, Milestone, Nasatka Security, Panasonic, the Partner Alliance for Safer Schools, Renova Technology and the Secure Schools Alliance; media sponsors Campus Safety and DomesticPreparedness.com; and industry partner ISC Security Events.

Hanwha Techwin releases four new Network Video Recorders built for Wisenet Wave VMS

Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of IP and analogue video surveillance solutions, announced a new line of NVR (Network Video Recorder) servers designed specifically for the Wisenet Wave VMS (Video Management System). The company also announced a turnkey WAVE client workstation pre-installed with Wisenet WAVE for hassle-free deployment. “All NVR servers are pre-configured with Wisenet WAVE VMS and preloaded with four professional licenses to ensure quick and easy deployment with minimum setup time,” said Ethan Kim, Product Manager, Hanwha Techwin America. “Since the software is already pre-loaded on the server, installers do not need to pre-configure the server on their bench or install any software. It makes their job more efficient and cost-effective.” The Wisenet WAVE servers are available in two tower form factors and two rack form factors with varying specifications to meet various customers’ needs Supports Wisenet and ONVIF conformant IP cameras The servers are optimised, tested and backed by Hanwha tech support so that integrators can start an install with minimum prep time. The Wisenet WAVE servers are available in two tower form factors and two rack form factors with varying specifications to meet various customers’ needs. All servers support Wisenet and ONVIF conformant IP cameras. WRT Series – Dual purpose Wisenet Wave Network Video Recorder The WRT-5301 is a dual purpose Wisenet WAVE server and client built into a compact mini-tower form factor. This ready-to-deploy solution can manage up to 470 Mbps of recording throughput on up to 32TB of storage for a single site or as an addition to an existing Wisenet WAVE system. The WRT-3301 is a dual purpose Wisenet WAVE server and client built into a compact mini-tower form factor. This ready-to-deploy solution can manage up to 170 Mbps of recording throughput on up to 32TB of storage for a single site or as an addition to an existing Wisenet WAVE system. The WRR-5501 is a Wisenet WAVE optimised 2U rack-mounted NVR capable of managing up to 96TB of storage and recording up to 470MbpsWRR Series – 2U rack-mounted server solutions The WRR-5501 is a Wisenet WAVE optimised 2U rack-mounted Network Video Recorder capable of managing up to 96TB of storage and recording up to 470Mbps. The combination of a redundant power supply and various RAID configurations make the WRR-5501 the ideal solution for reliable storage of large amounts of video data. The WRR-5301 is a Wisenet WAVE optimised 2U rack-mounted Network Video Recorder capable of managing up to 64TB of storage and recording up to 470Mbps. The WRR-5301 includes a redundant power supply for reliable operation.  WWT Series – Wisenet WAVE optimised client workstation The WWT-5301 client workstation is an easily deployable solution that can be used on-site, or remotely to access a Wisenet WAVE video recorder. It comes pre-configured with Wisenet WAVE VMS.