Well-known for its informative roadshows for installers and systems integrators, Hikvision is set to tour the UK and Ireland for its Spring 2017 Roadshow with the theme ‘Innovating technology, partnering for success’.

The roadshow will take place from the 7th till the 23rd of March in five locations including Dublin, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, and London.

Thermal imaging solutions

Designed to demonstrate the latest technological advancements from Hikvision, the roadshow will be demonstrating a host of innovative solutions including 4K and H.265+ surveillance cameras and recorders, the Hikvision 24MP PanoVu, thermal imaging solutions, and number plate recognition technology.

Hands-on demonstrations, presentations, and Q&A’s from Hikvision’s leading experts will cover some industry hot topics including:

  • Corporate update from Hikvision UK & Ireland - The latest information and tools available from Hikvision, which includes educational courses, the Hikvision Views App, and how to make the transition from HiDDNS to Hik-Connect
  • The benefits of IP 3.0, 4K and H.265+ - How to successfully migrate to IP 3.0 and how 4K pictures needn’t take up a large amount of storage space with the new innovative H.265+ codec
  • Maximising analogue networks with Turbo 4.0 - How Turbo 4.0 can make use of current analogue infrastructures and provide IP resolution pictures over standard Coax cable.
  • New technology from Hikvision for 2017 - The latest technology from Hikvision, including the new PanoVu camera with 180 degree vertical and horizontal viewing capability at 24MP, the latest thermal imaging range, license plate recognition (ANPR), and explosion proof technology built to IP68 standards

“Our aim is to provide installers and systems integrators with the information and training of Hikvision products”

Andy Keeley, Marketing Manager, Hikvision UK and Ireland comments: “As the world’s leading CCTV manufacturer we are at the forefront of innovation. Our aim is to provide installers and systems integrators with the information and training of Hikvision products they need to implement tailored video surveillance solutions for their clients.”

Technology partnerships

The Spring Roadshow will see Hikvision continuing to grow a number of technology partnerships. Seagate will demonstrate its latest HDD technology, Pyronix will explain its advances in intrusion detection technology, and Wavestore will show how its flexible video management software integrates with the Hikvision range.

All roadshow events are free of charge for installers and systems integrators and the first 100 people who attend at each venue that have pre-registered for the show will receive a free Hikvision 2MP Turret camera with inbuilt DarkFighter ultra-low light technology.

Event locations

City

Date

 Venue

Dublin

7 March 2017

 Croke Park Stadium

Glasgow

14 March 2017

 The Westerwood Hotel & Golf Resort

Manchester

16 March 2017

 Etihad Stadium

Birmingham

21 March 2017

 National Motorcycle Museum

London

23 March 2017

 Twickenham Stadium

 

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