Hikvision, a supplier in innovative video surveillance products and solutions, has announced that their family of Turbo HD analogue solutions can now be integrated with Milestone’s XProtect Device Pack 8.9 VMS software.

Milestone controlled Hikvision based system

As a result of working with Milestone to achieve optimal interaction between disparate manufacturers’ devices, Hikvision’s Full HD analogue encoder DS-6700HQHI-SATA series can now be fully integrated into Milestone’s XProtect open platform networked video management software (VMS). While the Hikvision encoder supports HDTVI signal input, this means that Hikvision’s entire Turbo HD range of cameras can be supported to provide an integrated Milestone controlled Hikvision based system.

Hikvision’s entire Turbo HD range
of cameras can be supported to
provide an integrated Milestone
controlled Hikvision based system

“Hikvision’s Turbo HD is now amongst the analogue Full HD encoders to be integrated within Milestone’s VMS software,” says Jens Berthelsen, Partner Alliance Manager at Hikvision. “This is a major step for Milestone customers who can now access Hikvision Turbo HD device support and functionality to get the utmost to enhance their security installations’ performance.”

New product upgrades

Hikvision Turbo HD Analogue Solution enables existing coaxial-cable based CCTV systems to be upgraded to high-definition surveillance with simple and cost-effective installation.

Alongside the news of Milestone XProtect Device Pack 8.9 support, in January 2017, Hikvision will be introducing their expanded Turbo HD family, which will feature a full range of Hikvision analogue cameras at 5MP resolution, longer transmission distances, increased signal capacity, and more versatile products for different vertical markets.

To learn more about Hikvision’s video surveillance products and solutions, visit their booth at INTERSEC Dubai, #SA-A12.

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