Securex, Africa’s leading security and fire exhibition, takes place at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa
Hikvision will give free presentations on its groundbreaking surveillance engineering at Securex 2016

Hikvision Digital Technology, the world’s leading supplier of innovative video surveillance products and solutions, will showcase its ground-breaking products and offer free presentations on its cutting-edge surveillance engineering at The Securex Tradeshow on May 24th–26th.

Securex, Africa’s leading security and fire exhibition, takes place at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa, and features over 150 international market-leading companies. 

TurboHD 3.0 solution

Many of Hikvision’s world-renowned products and solutions will be showcased, along with new additions to its product lines. 

One exciting addition is the TurboHD 3.0 Solution. Hikvision’s unique “Turbo” cameras, DVRs, and NVRs boost the power of analogue surveillance systems, upgrading them to high-definition 1080p video. These highly-compatible components can be mixed-and-matched with existing coaxial cables and other analogue devices and integrated seamlessly with products from other manufacturers.

PanoVu series

Another new product line is the PanoVu Series. Blending multiple sensors into one, PanoVu Cameras create an enormous panoramic picture, eliminating the need for video stitching software (as with older technologies). Sharp detail is provided when using the built-in optical and digital zoom capabilities.

Easy IP solution

High-definition products Hikvision will be featuring at the show include the Easy IP Solution and Smart Solution 2.0, as well as industry-leading technologies including H.264+ Encoding and 4K Technologies. Vertical market solutions presented include systems designed for parking lots, retail establishments, banking, transportation, and Smart buildings.

On-site presentations and prizes

Each day of the trade show, Hikvision will offer informative, on-site presentations covering its acclaimed technologies, including Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology and Point of Sale (POS) systems, Vertical Solutions and Video Management Software (VMS) systems. Hikvision will also host a “Lucky Drawing” with free prizes for visitors.

Hikvision can be found at Stand A04 for the duration of the trade show. With industry-leading security surveillance presented and on display, visiting the Hikvision booth will prove to be rewarding and informative for attendees.


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