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VASP promotes training, marketing, and project support to qualified installers and integrators
The autumn tour will feature live demonstrations of Hikvision’s latest technologies

Following the huge success of the Go Beyond HD Roadshow in March, Hikvision, the supplier of innovative video surveillance products and solutions, is set to tour the UK with another informative roadshow in September 2016.

VASP programme

The autumn tour will feature live demonstrations of Hikvision’s latest technologies and present details of how to become part of Hikvision’s VASP (Value Added Solution Partner) programme. VASP promotes training, marketing, and project support to qualified installers and integrators.

Hikvision has partnered with distributors ADI, DVS, Dynamic, EZCCTV and Norbain to bring the events to London, Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds and Glasgow in September.

Informative demonstrations

Among many hands-on demonstrations and Q&A sessions, Hikvision will present the new functionalities of its LPR solution. The unmissable first look includes All-in-One Blazer Express, VMS software and integration with third party LED Matrix Signs.

Advanced features

Turbo 3.0 is the new standard available for existing analogue CCTV infrastructure. It provides latency-free HD clarity without signal loss to analogue cameras. Hikvision will also showcase the Turbo 3.0 solution to demonstrate its higher HD image quality, longer transmission distance, a choice of new penta-brid technology (five different connection types), POC (power over coax), Loop solution, among many new features.

New technologies

As a global innovator in engineering and design the creation of new technologies is at Hikvision’s core. Products including 16MP PanoVu Camera, Thermal Technology, new Anti-reflection Darkfighter Lite IP camera, Hik-Connect Point-to-point (P2P) solution, IP Video Intercom products will showcase.

Following its recent award win, Hikvision’s Darkfighter PTZ camera range will also be on display.

Win a trip to China

At each of the five Hikvision Autumn Roadshow events delegates will have the chance to win the huge prize of a weeklong trip to China including one day in Hikvision HQ, and one of 20 EZVIZ S1 Sports Cameras.

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