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Hikvision, global supplier of innovative video surveillance products and solutions, is pleased to announce that it has won the bronze Protector & Wik award in the Video Surveillance category. The accolade was bestowed upon its DeepinView Indoor Dual-Lens People Counting camera (iDS-2CD6810F/C). The award is judged by the readers of the magazine and its website, making this a ‘people’s choice’ success.

DeepinView Indoor Dual-Lens People Counting camera

Hikvision’s People Counting camera serves critical functions in the security apparatus of crowd-centric applications. It can record the number of people who pass through an entrance and monitors crowd density. Loitering detection can be used to keep visitor traffic flowing and the camera’s alarm triggering function can prevent injuries. Data from the camera can be used to create reports analysing customer activity and build revenue. Anywhere there’s a crowd – tourist areas, train stations, sports venues, shopping areas, museums and more – this camera helps improve profits while protecting individuals.

Allen Xue, Hikvision’s Area Sales Manager DACH, says: “We are thrilled to receive this award as we are constantly striving to develop products that are high quality and innovative. Based on deep learning technology, our DeepinView camera will provide more structured and useful information for the application system, so our customers and users get the very best experience along with reliable security and peace of mind. It’s nice to be recognised for our hard work.

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