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Hikvision showcased their latest alarm solutions at Security Essen, with a keen focus on integration, demonstrating the company’s commitment to providing extensive security solutions to customers for a wide range of applications.

The Hikvision alarm solutions demonstrated the full range of products and technologies available and how they can all be utilised together - covering any security need - all from one provider.

Intrusion and video verification

We had a great show with lots of interest across our wide variety of products, with the new range of alarm solutions from Hikvision generating significant interest. This range makes a real statement as a total solution, providing a new and innovative approach to intrusion and video verification,” said Marc van der Putten, Product Marketer.

Along with alarm solutions, Hikvision video surveillance, drones, access control, and much more were also showcased at the stand

He continues, “Security Essen is one of the foremost trade fairs for security and our 400 square-metre stand made a great impression with customers, both new and existing!”

We wanted to create a story of how our customers can utilise Hikvision products across a range of different applications. This also demonstrates how our technology and extensive portfolio adds value to our customers’ businesses through seamless operation and deep integration across different aspects of security, like intruder and CCTV.”

Pyronix Enforcer

The alarm area of the stand included the latest version of the multi-award-winning Pyronix Enforcer, featuring its highly acclaimed redesigned housing, as well as the new wired keypad. There was also the latest security offering from Hikvision, the AXHub, which operates with Hikvision and ONVIF cameras utilising the Hik-Connect smart device application.

Along with alarm solutions, Hikvision video surveillance, drones, access control, and much more were also showcased at the stand, reinforcing both the scale and capability of comprehensive security solutions Hikvision offers.

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