Hikvision
Hikvision is a supplier of innovative video surveillance products and solutions
The training academy houses a selection of business class models to support engineers with their learning

Hikvision, a supplier of innovative video surveillance products and solutions, has opened a new UK office, showroom, and training suite in Stockley Park, Uxbridge.

Training academy

The impressive, 500-square foot training academy houses a selection of Hikvision’s business class models to support engineers with their learning. This includes both analogue and digital cameras.

Previously, Hikvision Certified Security Academy (HCSA) could only train 20 integrators per day, once a week, but due to the high demand of the training course the new facility allows for 32 engineers a day, twice a week.

The free programme provides CCTV installers and integrators with hands-on training to enhance their knowledge and skills in video surveillance solutions. Over the past year the HCSA programme has successfully trained 800 engineers.

Showroom

Hikvision has also invested in an impressive showroom to demonstrate the capabilities of its products. Hikvision’s HCSA trainees and guests are invited to experience the showroom and the cameras.

Hikvision has also invested
in an impressive showroom
to demonstrate the capabilities
of its products

The product selection includes the Darkfighter PTZ range, Turbo, the PanoVu series, thermal cameras, and many more. Television screens showcase the incredible quality of Hikvision products in comparison with typical CCTV cameras.

Spacious offices

More than 35 employees are based in the 5,000-square foot office which is only 25 minutes from Paddington railway station. The space boasts beautiful views of London and surrounding areas.

The rapid expansion of UK team has led to significant investment in new office facilities, which will support potential and existing customers, by providing more support for them to better serve local markets.

The large area also means that engineers on the HCSA training programme can now park easily and have a base inside the office to eat lunch.

The address is 4, The Square, Stockley Park, Uxbridge, UB11 1ET

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