Hikvision UK & Ireland will be showcasing a host of their specialist solutions at the Security and Counter Terror Expo on 3rd & 4th May, 2017, at Olympia Exhibition Centre, London.

High security and specialist solutions

Exhibiting on stand E45, Hikvision will be demonstrating the latest high security and specialist solutions including:

ATEX & Marine: Ideal for hazardous environments, the Hikvision explosion-proof ATEX rated cameras utilise 304 and 316L stainless steel housings for maximum corrosion and explosion resistance and are IP68 water/dust ingress rated.

Thermal: Hikvision will be showing a vast array of thermal cameras suitable for a number of applications including the impressive 36x optical zoom Thermal PTZ which has thermal imaging capability of up to 1200m along with the Hikvision hand-held thermal range and the fixed camera thermal range. A full demonstration of the robust Marine Grade Thermal camera range will also be available.

Positioning: Suitable for both high security environments and general security applications, the new Hikvision DS-2DY5223-DM 3D Intelligent Positioning Camera will be on display at Security & Counter Terror Expo for the first time. Features include an outstanding 1920 x 1080 full HD image output and 36x optical zoom with true day/night capability and up to 200m IR illumination.

Vehicle Chassis Inspection: Designed to identify suspicious objects and items underneath vehicles, Hikvision will be showing the importance of the new Vehicle Chassis Inspection solution which can also be used to identify vehicle faults and problems effectively and efficiently.

Research and development

“Hikvision prides itself in designing and developing security solutions for both the main stream and specialist markets”

“With over 7000 R&D employees, Hikvision prides itself in designing and developing security solutions for both the main stream and specialist markets. At the Security & Counter Terror Expo 2017, we plan to show our latest solutions which are ideal for government installations, the private sector, critical national infrastructure, high security, and border security to name just a few, whilst also still showing technologies such as our highly effective low-light DarkFighter range which is suited to these areas and general security applications” Said Peter Ma, Project & Pre-Sales Supervisor at Hikvision UK & Ireland.

Hikvision will also be giving 10 lucky visitors to their stand the opportunity to win an EZVIZ S1 Sports Camera. Simply visit the Hikvision Stand at the Security and Counter Terror Expo to receive a demonstration of one of the above technologies and leave your details with a Hikvision representative to be entered into the draw.

To discover the range of specialist products and solutions on show from Hikvision at the Security and Counter Terror Expo 2017 visit stand E45.

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