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Hikvision’s Autumn Roadshow came to a close this week after a hugely successful run of events from London to Glasgow. Hikvision partners and distributors, as well as installers gathered at each event for informative seminars and live product demonstrations. Hikvision’s UK & Ireland distribution partners ADI Global, DVS Limited, Dynamic CCTV, ezCCTV, Norbain, were all on hand to offer live demonstrations of Hikvision’s latest products. While Pyronix and WD provided the audience with some insight into the solutions their businesses are creating to support the CCTV security industry.

Seminars from the Hikvision team offered an in-depth look at some of the newest technologies behind their innovative video surveillance products and solutions.

License plate recognition
The Hikvision LPR solution has achieved huge growth as it is both cost effective and high performance. In 2015 Hikvision LPR cameras were supporting license plate recognition efforts in more than 50 countries, and LPR can be added to a standard mid-range camera and recorder, license free.

Darkfighter lite
Under even the poorest lighting conditions, Hikvision Darkfighter Lite Series cameras can see clearly in colour while others can only see in black and white. The patent bubble design and advanced IR solution limit reflection to keep images clear of dust and water particles, while the built-in junction box reduces installation time.

Anti-explosion cameras
There was plenty of interest from the attendees for Anti-explosion cameras. The anti-explosion product family are currently undergoing certification and should be available in 2017. Each product will have an audit trail to certify anti-explosion specifications.

Video IP intercom
Building on Hikvision’s advanced video technologies and cloud services in the CCTV market, Hikvision can now provide an intelligent & simple IP Video Intercom system for customers. The Video IP product family includes Indoor, Outdoor, House and Master Stations, as well as Hikvision Intercom Switch and Power Supply.

At each event attendees had the chance to win an EZVIZ S1 Sports Cameras and an incredible prize of a week-long trip to China including a stop at Hikvision’s Headquarters in Hangzhou.

After the huge success of the Autumn Roadshow, Hikvision looks forward to the next event in 2017.

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