Hikvision will exhibit its latest innovations in surveillance and AI cloud at SECON in Seoul, South Korea, March 14 – 16, 2018.

Hikvision’s AI Cloud is a highly-efficient distributed computing network that combines advantages of cloud computing and edge computing. It relieves stress on the cloud by moving huge amounts of data processing to AI-enabled edge devices, improving efficiency and alleviating network congestion. 

Hikvision will also showcase its DeepinView IP cameras and DeepinMind NVRs powered by deep learning algorithms, which offer features such as object detection, facial recognition, and people counting.

SECON 2018 is a leading Asian security exhibit and expo that encompasses physical, IT and cybersecurity solutions, welcomes more than 40,000 visitors, and hosts more than 400 exhibitors.

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