Hikvision released PSIA compliant network cameras at ASIS 2009 
 Hikvision recently released its PSIA compliant network cameras at ASIS 2009 in California
Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd., the leading supplier of digital video surveillance products with the headquarters in China, released its PSIA compliant network cameras (DS-2CD862MF-E 1.3-Megapixel CCD-based and DS-2CD852MF-E 2-Megapixel) at ASIS 2009, Sept. 21-23, 2009 in California. "We are proud to release these products at ASIS this year," said Yangzhong Hu, President of Hikvision. "This is a very important time in our industry and we are determined to play an important role in it."

In addition to these two exciting new products, visitors can see Hikvision's complete surveillance product line at the show, including Hybrid DVR, Embedded Net DVRs, A/V Compression Boards, Multi-purpose Digital Video Servers, as well as networked front-end products such as IP Cameras and IP Speed Domes.

The HIKVISION DS-2CD862MF-E 1.3-megapixel Network Camera offers high-definition video quality with enhanced sensitivity in low-light scenarios using a 1/3" Sony progressive scan CCD. In addition, its advanced auto iris, as well as Wide Dynamic and Back Light Compensation technologies enable the product to provide clear images in various lighting conditions. The HIKVISION DS-2CD852MF-E 2-megapixel Network Camera can deliver exquisite real-time video by adopting the advanced DSP platform and MPEG4/H.264 video codec. And its progressive scan technology enables the product to capture high-definition panoramic views of moving objects in the shortest time.

Once these products have been launched, Hikvision will further release a full range of IP cameras that are compliant with industry open standards. These products, conforming to PSIA and ONVIF, allow Hikvision customers access to a full range of IP systems, with global interoperability.

"Hikvision is determined to further cultivate security market with an eye to better serve our customers"

"As video surveillance heads towards IP, having industry standards compliant products is definitely one of the major steps for us to provide a higher value in the booming IP surveillance market," said Polo Cai, Vice President of Hikvison. "In addition, with interoperability the market will be able to easily enjoy IP solutions that meet various requirements from diversified and critical security applications."

"Hikvision is determined to further cultivate security market with an eye to better serve our customers," said Mr. Hu. "The release of open industry standards-compliant products will definitely position Hikvision to serve current and future customers worldwide, as well as allow us to consolidate our leading position in video surveillance market."

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