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Hikvision, an IoT solution provider with video as its core competency announced Foxstream has joined the Hikvision Embedded Open Platform (HEOP) program for the FoxIntruder edge-based intrusion detection solution – which is available for Hikvision’s range of DS-2TD2137/VP thermal cameras.

Perimeter security

With this integration, FoxIntruder can now be embedded directly into Hikvision’s thermal cameras at the edge to provide an extremely reliable and easily deployable end-to-end solution for high-security perimeter protection.

This solution also features less bandwidth and lower latency than server-based solutions.

Users simply need to add a camera’s IP address into the browser to access the HEOP application, which provides the following:

  • Real-time visualization based on alarm triggers and video event playback
  • Minimal false alarm rates
  • Integration with industry-leading VMS platforms and Central Station Receivers
  • Quick and simple configuration and intuitive operation
  • An API for integration with other platforms

Edge-based perimeter protection

"Foxstream has an excellent reputation for optimal perimeter detection algorithms and extremely low rates of false alarms. Now, validated by Hikvision for their HEOP program, we can provide this as an embedded solution for edge-based perimeter protection. FoxIntruder for HEOP uses the same tried and trusted algorithms that we use in our FoxVigi and FoxBox solutions, with even simpler configuration settings.”

“In combination with Hikvision thermal cameras, this product combination provides reliable and optimal perimeter protection against intruders to secure large sites!," says Franck Depierre, Product Manager at Foxstream.

Long-term implications

We are happy to see that more and more technology partners, like Foxstream, are joining our HEOP program. This is part of our long-term strategy to build the best possible market offerings for customers alongside technology partner solutions that fit inside our HEOP cameras."

"Through the HEOP program, technology partners can showcase their technologies to a wider audience as well as deliver solid value propositions to the market,” says Myler Zhong, Vertical Director at Hikvision Europe.

Hikvision’s HEOP program provides a platform for third-party technology partners to develop their own applications and install them directly into Hikvision cameras, which brings a greater variety of intelligent functionality directly to customers.

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