Hikvision

Hikvision, the supplier of innovative video surveillance products and solutions, will exhibit the latest in innovative technologies at Secutech Thailand, the influential security exhibition in the Southeast Asia region, 16th – 18th November in Bangkok, Thailand.

The theme of this year's Secutech Thailand Exhibition is ‘Smart City, Smart Innovation’. Hikvision will showcase a series of significant innovations in video security technology and vertical solutions, including its intelligent products series based on deep learning technology. Hikvision will also feature complete, end-to-end solutions for Smart Cities and Intelligent Traffic Systems.

Sophisticated urban surveillance

Hikvision’s highlight of the show is the Dual-Lens Facial Recognition DeepinView Camera with built-in deep learning technology. One of the crucial security requirements is identifying specific persons, then triggering a post-event alarm. Hikvision technology fulfils this requirement, accurately capturing facial images for comparison and analysing positions, sizes, and expression. Facial Recognition technology can be further used in locating a fugitive at large, finding missing persons, and much more. The DeepinView cameras protect applications of highest value, such as smart cities, casinos, financial institutions, and heavily trafficked public spaces.

Hikvision will also display the 24 MP Ring Panoramic Camera (PanoVu), which is designed for sophisticated urban surveillance applications such as stadiums, city centres, airports and parking lots. With 360° monitoring and outstanding zoom, the PanoVu Series Cameras provide super-high-quality images from different perspectives for exceptional security.

Traditional traffic management systems lack tools for effective data collection, providing an insufficient basis for city authorities

Intelligent traffic system

Traditional traffic management systems lack tools for effective data collection and visualization, providing an insufficient basis for city authorities. To address this issue, Hikvision provides complete and innovative solutions in Intelligent Traffic System (ITS), reducing traffic congestion, identifying violators, and intercepting suspicious vehicles – all with a smart and data-driven approach.

In addition to these solutions, Hikvision will also exhibit its EasyIP 3.0 Solution and DarkFighterX low-light surveillance camera. The EasyIP 3.0 Solution incorporates the H.265+ codec, maximising resources and rendering up to 4K video. Hikvision’s DarkFighterX Cameras demonstrate advanced capabilities in capturing high-quality video in dark environments to transmit vivid images.

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