Hikvision

Hikvision, global provider of innovative video surveillance products and solutions, has announced a new range of EasyIP 4.0 cameras and NVRs. Building on the capabilities of the EasyIP 3.0 range, they provide simple, practical and affordable surveillance solutions for small and medium size businesses.

EasyIP 4.0 cameras and NVRs

The EasyIP 4.0 products are built on Hikvision’s H.265+ Smart Codec, which reduces bandwidth and storage requirements by up to 50% over H.265, delivering major IT savings for small and medium size businesses.

As an additional benefit, the EasyIP 4.0 range introduces a number of new technology innovations to help businesses maximise their surveillance and security. These include: Integration of Hikvision AcuSense into EasyIP 4.0 IP cameras and NVRs helps filtering out false alarms with more than 90% accuracy

Hikvision AcuSense

Integration of Hikvision AcuSense into EasyIP 4.0 IP cameras and NVRs helps filtering out false alarms with more than 90% accuracy, and faster reaction to real security threats. Hikvision AcuSense works by detecting humans or vehicles, and effectively filters out false alarms triggered by natural movements, such as rain or leaves. With automated strobe light and audio alarms, Hikvision AcuSense-enabled cameras also deter would-be intruders before a security breach occurs.

Besides, the Hikvision AcuSense cameras further incorporate Hikvision “Powered by DarkFighter” ultra-low-light illumination technology, which provides superior surveillance images, even at night. Combined with ultra-high-definition video capabilities, Powered by DarkFighter ensures that organisations can identify and react to security threats effectively, and provide great video evidence in the event of a security breach. EasyIP 4.0 NVRs offer a “quick target search” feature that allows security teams to find footage quickly in the event of a security incident

As an extension to Hikvision AcuSense, EasyIP 4.0 NVRs offer a “quick target search” feature that allows security teams to find footage quickly in the event of a security incident. This saves many hours for teams who would otherwise search for footage manually.

Hikvision ColorVu

EasyIP 4.0 ColorVu cameras use warm, supplemental lighting to deliver bright color video images, even at night. Round-the-clock color-boosting capabilities are powered by an F1.0 super aperture, a more advanced sensor, warm supplemental lighting, and a range of other technologies. With brighter, more colorful video, EasyIP 4.0 ColorVu cameras support protection against security breaches whenever they happen, day or night. EasyIP 4.0 ColorVu cameras can be paired with one of Hikvision’s AcuSense-enabled NVRs to minimise false alarms

The new EasyIP 4.0 ColorVu cameras can be paired with one of Hikvision’s AcuSense-enabled NVRs to minimise false alarms and speed up target searches.

Unprecedented site security for SMBs

EasyIP 4.0 cameras and NVRs provide high-grade, cost-effective surveillance solutions for small and medium size businesses.

Frank Zhang, General Manager of International Product Marketing Department at Hikvision, said, “In the past, surveillance features such as ultra-high-definition video, night-time color video and automated strobe light and audio alarms were out of reach for many smaller organisations. Now, with the EasyIP 4.0 range, we have now made these features accessible to small and medium size businesses, helping them achieving much higher levels of site security.

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