Dahua Technology, a solution provider in the global video surveillance industry, held a series of highly successful international roadshows in the first half of 2018, demonstrating the success of its cutting edge technologies, products and solutions to local markets. In order to establish and enhance long term mutually beneficial relationships with its customers and partners all over the world and improve its brand image, Dahua Technology organised these roadshows in a variety of manners. Unique design elements ‘Dahua Night’, held by Dahua Technology Vietnam, was the largest roadshow with most participants in the security industry in 2018 thus far, attracting over 2,000 participants. Celebrating an outstanding 2017 year in terms of sales performance, Dahua Technology officially issued 2018 business authorisation to local customers as a gesture of confidence in the company’s future success. In the Middle East, Dahua Technology’s ‘AI Creates Value’ series of roadshows were held within major business districts in the UAE, Qatar, Egypt, Jordan and Pakistan. Unique to this series of roadshows was the Dahua product knowledge competition, which was very well received at each venue. In recognition of Dahua Technology’s brand image, one roadshow of Dahua Technology Poland was organised at Wielizka Salt Mine, which is a renowned UNESCO world cultural and natural heritage site. The Dahua Technology India roadshow had a specific focus of customization for the local customers, while unique design elements were incorporated within all event publicity and venue branding. Dahua will focus on ‘innovation, quality and service’ to serve partners and customers across the globe High Quality Trainings The series of Dahua Technology roadshows, though held in different countries of different continents and are in different themes and manners, received coherent strong recognition from customers and partners globally. The elaborately selected venues, the high quality trainings and workshops, the heartful authorization issuing ceremonies, and well-organised publicity were all highly appreciated, solidifying Dahua Technology as a favorable security brand globally. “The main objectives are to create awareness of the company’s brand internationally and to demonstrate its lasting commitment to local security markets”, said Daniel Chau, Overseas Marketing Director at Dahua Technology. With a mission of ‘Enabling a Safer Society and Smarter living’, Dahua Technology will continue to focus on ‘innovation, quality and service’ to serve partners and customers across the globe.
Data was always bound to be a hot topic at this year's IFSEC International event. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been a buzzword since last year's show. This year, manufacturers are ready to demonstrate solutions capable of processing and analysing large volumes of information to bolster security and provide business intelligence. Organisers deliberately positioned IFSEC as a converged security event, highlighting the inherent link between the security of physical assets and the security of data. In the wake of the recent passing of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), visitors to the London-based show sought reassurance that physical security systems could help them comply to stricter rules regarding the collection and protection of personal information. Analysing Big Data Seagate Technology, known for providing the surveillance industry with hard disk drives and storage solutions, showcased its Skyhawk AI hard disk drive, its first drive created specifically to enable artificial intelligence (AI) applications for video surveillance. Seagate's drive is designed for data-intensive workloads associated with recording large volumes of footage The drive is designed for data-intensive workloads associated with recording and analysing large volumes of video surveillance footage. According to Seagate's Sales Manager Andy Palmer, AI-enabled analytics at the edge can avoid the latency associated with cloud-based systems. This makes the solution suitable for smart city applications requiring 24/7 intelligence from multiple cameras. The company also highlighted its strategic partnership with video surveillance provider Dahua Technology, with the latter seeking to leverage Seagate's technology to boost its own AI solutions. The Digital Barriers solution allows organisations to optimise how video data is transmitted depending on their particular needs Video transmission and privacy One manufacturer addressing the challenges of data transmission was Digital Barriers. The company demonstrated the integration of its EdgeVis Live platform with Milestone's XProtect video management system (VMS). The platform is designed for safe city applications, in which law enforcement and security professionals may need to stream incidents and events in real time over a limited bandwidth. The Digital Barriers solution allows organisations to optimise how video data is transmitted depending on their particular needs. For example, while some applications may favour a high clarity of video, others necessitate low data usage or a quick turnover of frames. The full, high quality video can then be downloaded later, meaning no intelligence is lost.While some applications may favour a high clarity of video, others necessitate low data usage or a quick turnover of frames The company also demonstrated its deep-learning facial recognition software, which can be used to identify suspects or vulnerable persons. To maximise accuracy, the deep learning system is trained on a wide range of images with varying angles and lighting. The solution is designed around data protection and privacy, explained Product Manager Fernande van Schelle, as all information is encrypted, and the system only identifies faces of known individuals on a pre-defined watch-list. Daniel Chau, Overseas Marketing Director at Dahua; Adam Brown, security Solutions Manager at Synopsys; Udo Scalla, Global Head Centre of Excellence - IOT Privacy, TÜV Rheinland Group GDPR for physical security professionals Dahua Technology addressed data protection concerns with an expert panel dedicated to the cybersecurity questions posed by the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Speakers included Daniel Chau, Overseas Marketing Director at Dahua; and Adam Brown, security Solutions Manager at Synopsys. Chau explained that Dahua encourages customers to address cybersecurity by undertaking independent audits and penetration tests. Brown elaborated that for any organisation, cybersecurity must be a boardroom issue. Stakeholders must avoid a 'tick box' methodology for assessing cybersecurity, and instead integrate the concept into the company's overall strategy so that best practices can cascade through the organisation.Stakeholders must avoid a 'tick box' methodology for assessing cybersecurity The panel also included insights from Udo Scalla, who specialises in data protection for IoT and smart home devices at TÜV Rhineland Group. Scalla proposed that manufacturers must avoid focusing on how best to capture data, and instead ask why the data is being collected, and whether it should even be collected in the first place. Integrators must ask why the customer intends to install the system, and what they want to do with the data – only then can they begin to assess the GDPR requirements. While the possibilities for collecting data are now endless, explained Scalla, not everything that is technologically possible ought to be made into a business reality. MOBOTIX highlighted its Cactus Concept cybersecurity campaign with a large blue cactus Protecting video surveillance systems Video surveillance manufacturer VIVOTEK also tackled cybersecurity, with a presentation on 'Security within Security.' The company showcased its partnership with cybersecurity software provider Trend Micro, which enables VIVOTEK to provide cybersecurity-enhanced cameras. The cameras include embedded anti-intrusion software to prevent and mitigate cyber-attacks by detecting hacking attempts and blocking the source IP address. Should a camera be compromised, explained Shengfu Cheng, VIVOTEK's Director of Marketing and Product Planning, it can be quarantined to stop the spread of the attack, thus controlling the damage and reducing the cost of the infection. The Cactus Concept campaign aims to educate partners and customers on how to build a cyber-secure video surveillance system Cybersecurity was also a key theme at the MOBOTIX stand. The stand played host to a large blue cactus, a very literal representation of the German manufacturer's Cactus Concept. The campaign, launched earlier this year, aims to educate partners and customers on how to build a cyber-secure video surveillance system. According to the concept, every element of the system, from image capture through to video management, must be encrypted. These are the digital "thorns" which prevent the entire system –the cactus – being compromised. Exhibitors at IFSEC 2018 made a conscious effort to address customers' challenges around the collection, transmission and protection of security system data. As solutions become more powerful, with increasing numbers of connected sensors, this is a theme which is unlikely to go away anytime soon.
Dahua Technology, a solutions provider in the global video surveillance industry, held a panel discussion over GDPR and cybersecurity, joined by TÜV Rheinland, an independent testing, inspection and certification organisation, and Synopsys, a software security and quality solution provider during IFSEC International on Tuesday afternoon. With General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) having come into force and Cybersecurity awareness continuing to grow in the EU, Dahua Technology has realised the significant changes it may bring to global security industry. Daniel Chau, Dahua Overseas Marketing Director, Member of Dahua Cybersecurity Committee, affirmed Dahua’s utmost attentions to complying with relevant local regulations, as well as the long-term commitment to the local customers. Just one day before GDPR came into effect, Dahua Technology became the first in global video surveillance industry to deliver IP camera and recorder certified by TÜV Rheinland based on the GDPR GDPR compliance IP camera and recorder “Personal data security and data subject rights should be highly respected and protected. GDPR will lead to market changes and non-negligible impacts towards global security players, including Dahua Technology. We are working with industry-leading professionals to support our customers to overcome the challenges brought by the transition,” Said Daniel Chau. Just one day before GDPR came into effect, Dahua Technology became the first in global video surveillance industry to deliver IP camera and recorder certified by TÜV Rheinland based on the GDPR. Together with Daniel Chau, Udo Scalla, Global Head Centre of Excellence- IOT Privacy, TÜV Rheinland and Adam Brown, Manager of Security Solutions of Synopsys, held an inspiring discussion over the topics including Cybersecurity best practices in electronic security applications, GDPR implications within electronic security applications and required actions, and possible effects of GDPR over AI applications in security. In line with its strong product portfolios, Dahua’s commitment to cybersecurity and readiness for GDPR compliance demonstrated its value for the electronic security industry Securing personal data “How we need to change our mindset, and even consider education so people start recognising their personal data has value and should be managed in the same way our finances are. We know where our money is, but do we really know who has our personal data and how it’s used?” Udo Scalla said. Adam Brown stated, “AI uses video meta-data, which can be personal data, so covered by GDPR. This means AI and GDPR are inextricably linked and GDPR should be considered in companies use of AI technology.” In line with its strong product portfolios, Dahua’s commitment to cybersecurity and readiness for GDPR compliance demonstrated its value for the electronic security industry. “We would like to explore a widest possibility between technology innovation and the growing demands for privacy and security. Dahua is devoted to enabling a safer society and smarter living, and we will focus on Innovation, Quality and Service to provide world-class solutions to customers and partners globally,” concluded Daniel Chau.
Dahua Technology, a solution provider in the global video surveillance industry, and Agent Video Intelligence (Agent Vi), the provider of video analytics solutions, today announced the integration of Agent Vi’s savVi video analytics software suite with Dahua’s Digital Surveillance System (DSS) line of video management systems (VMS). DSS is a powerful integrated Dahua VMS with flexibility, scalability and high reliability. It’s based on a modular design which enables flexible deployment of each service module according to customer needs. DSS integrated many video-based features like live view, playback, map, ANPR etc., and it can be applied to many security surveillance solutions. savVi’s advanced, automated video analysis tools provide immediate detection and extraction of events Creating situational awareness savVi is Agent Vi’s on-premise video analytics software suite that offers a wide variety of analytics functionalities including real-time event detection, video search and business intelligence. savVi’s advanced, automated video analysis tools provide immediate detection and extraction of events and valuable data from surveillance footage, replacing the manual and time-consuming tasks traditionally employed to monitor live video feeds or sift through recorded video. The seamless integration of savVi and DSS – which responded to the demand from Chinese cities seeking to deploy ‘Smart City’ capabilities – enables DSS users with powerful video analytics tools for managing city-wide events in real-time, creating situational awareness as an event unfolds, and investigating in the post-event forensic search phase. The integrated solution also suits additional vertical markets, including Education, Enterprise & Industry, Police & Law Enforcement, Critical Infrastructure & Government Facilities, Property Management, and more. DSS users can make optimal use of their surveillance systems and allocate their time and attention in a more effective manner Return on investment Equipped with savVi, DSS users can make optimal use of their surveillance systems and allocate their time and attention in a more effective manner, thus increasing the return on investment in the surveillance system, as well as improving overall security, safety and business operations. “Open, Integration and Innovation have been our guiding principles,” said Daniel Chau, Overseas Marketing Director of Dahua Technology. “Integration with Agent Vi brings world class video analytics features to the users of DSS platform. We are excited about the business opportunities for both Agent Vi and Dahua.” Mr. Yaron Shafrir, Agent Vi Business Development Director for China, said, “In recent years, Dahua has ranked consistently among the top global video surveillance equipment market suppliers. We are honored to cooperate with a market leader such as Dahua, and envision the cooperation as a long-term strategic partnership that can serve both Agent Vi’s and Dahua’s global customers.”
Dahua Technology’s network video recorders (NVRs) now have a direct integration with IP-based outdoor detectors from GJD Manufacturing Limited. This integration provides users with high-quality and reliable detector-activated surveillance and monitoring. D-TECT IP detectors and Clarius PLUS IP illuminators have been integrated with Dahua’s NVR6-4KS2 range, an enterprise-level NVR providing up to 4K resolution. Its open architecture supports multi-user access and it is compatible with ONVIF 2.4, enabling interoperability when combined with third-party 4K cameras. Dahua NVR6-4KS2 features The NVR includes intelligent video analytics to detect people and moving objects, as well as other predetermined events, such as abandoned or missing objects, tripwire detection, people counting and facial detection. The integration was achieved by incorporating GJD’s API on a special firmware that enables the NVR to accept alarms from the detectors and link them to the recorder’s functions. The BS8418-compliant IP detectors are suitable for intruder monitoring, CCTV surveillance and other alarm warning requirements, providing both volumetric and long-range narrow field-of-view sensing, plus remote programming. Reliable and efficient surveillance solutions Mr. Daniel Chau, Dahua’s Overseas Marketing Director, said: “We are thrilled to have integrated our class-leading NVRs with GJD’s IP detectors, providing a professional detection and alarm monitoring solution that is a fantastic addition to our security portfolio.” Mark Tibbenham, GJD’s Managing Director commented: “We are delighted to partner with Dahua Technology, a leading solution provider in the global video surveillance industry. The integration of Dahua’s surveillance products with GJD’s D-TECT IP motion detectors and Clarius illuminators will provide users with high-quality, reliable and efficient surveillance solutions.” To provide increasingly advanced products and solutions to its customers globally, Dahua is continuously investing in R&D and cooperation with world-class partners. With a mission of “Enabling a Safer Society and Smarter Living”, Dahua will continue to focus on “Innovation, Quality, and Service” to serve partners and customers around the world.
Dahua Technology, a global video surveillance provider, announces the adoption of Theia’s 4K lens family on its IPC-HF81230E Ultra HD Box Camera. Theia Technologies, LLC is an IP video surveillance lens specialist.4K resolution improves video clarity 4K resolution is a revolutionary breakthrough in image processing technology. Dahua IPC-HF81230E Ultra HD Box Camera delivers four times the resolution of standard HDTV 1080p cameras and offers superior picture quality and image details. 4K resolution considerably improves the clarity of magnified scenes, enabling the Dahua IPC-HF81230E Ultra HD Box Camera to view or record crisp-clear forensic video from large areas. With SONY advanced STARVIS image sensor which increases the pixel size to 1.85 µm, Dahua IPC-HF81230E Ultra HD Box Camera is capable of delivering 4K resolution video under lowlight environment. This makes the camera ideal for video surveillance applications that require low-illumination performance together with high definition. 4K varifocal lens family Theia’s 4K lenses offer resolution performance matching the image quality promised by 4K sensor and provide good coverage of the larger 1/1.7”4K imagers. The varifocal lens family covers a horizontal field of view from 112 to 9 degrees, with the SL410 4-10mm lens and SL1250 12-50mm lens. The lenses maintain 4K resolution in Day and Night with less than 5 microns focus shift in near IR light. The lenses are extremely compact given their large format, at only 52mm long. Compared to other commonly found 1/1.7” format 4K lenses with similar features, they are much smaller, allowing them to fit into smaller enclosures. The lenses maintain 4Kresolution in Day and Nightwith less than 5 micronsfocus shift in near IR light At F/1.4 the SL410 boasts the fastest F number and likely the best light gathering ability of any 4k 1/1.7” format varifocal lens in the surveillance market today. The CS mount lenses are available in manual, DC-auto versions; fully motorized, board and C mount versions are also available. Advanced surveillance imaging technology “When paired with Theia’s 4K lenses, Dahua’s IPC-HF81230E Ultra HD Box Camera delivers very high image quality to enable analytics and applications requiring fine details,” says Mr. Daniel Chau, Dahua Overseas Marketing Director. “Combined with Dahua’s recording solution, these 4K cameras provide video surveillance professionals with probably the most advanced imaging technology available.” As Mark Peterson, VP Advanced Technology, at Theia Technologies, LLC, explained, “We are excited to cooperate with Dahua. The emergence of 4K resolution in video surveillance will empower analytics-rich applications such as facial recognition, behavioral studies and ANPR, where a high level of detail and precision is required. The technology is also an obvious choice for situations in which there is a lot of activity or large areas where there are limited options for placing cameras yet the entire area needs covering such as in shopping centers, stadiums or open public spaces.” To provide increasingly advanced products and solutions to its customers globally, Dahua will continuously invest in R&D and cooperation with world-class partners. With a mission of “Enabling a safer society and smarter living”, Dahua will continue to focus on “Innovation, Quality, and Service” to serve partners and customers around the world.
QNAP Systems, Inc. announces that QNAP NAS are now compatible with Dahua Technology’s Eco-Savvy 3.0, H.265 Wi-Fi and H.265 PTZ series network cameras. QNAP surveillance applications integrate comprehensive video surveillance features into NAS, providing storage expandability and storage space management functions for surveillance users. With H.265 compression technology, Dahua’s network cameras ensure video recording with lower bandwidth and great security efficiency. Complete line-up of surveillance cameras Dahua Technology has one of the most complete line-ups of surveillance cameras in the industry. The integration with QNAP NAS provides users with more comprehensive functionalities to meet the requirements of every site. “Open, Integration and Innovation has been our guiding principle,” said Daniel Chau, Overseas Marketing Director of Dahua Technology. “We are happy to work with platform partners like QNAP to form an end-to-end solution for customers. We appreciate the value of our relationship and we expect the demand for this Cloud surveillance solution to grow rapidly.” “It is our honour to continually cooperate with Dahua Technology, and QNAP is working on extending the scale of NAS surveillance applications,” said Alan Kuo, product manager of QNAP. “We are pleased to announce that Dahua Technology’s Eco-Savvy 3.0, H.265 Wi-Fi and H.265 PTZ series network cameras are proven to be fully integrated with QNAP surveillance solutions. We will keep providing our users with more flexibility and choice in selecting suitable IP cameras when deploying their surveillance solution.” QVR Pro QVR Pro integrates comprehensive video surveillance features into QNAP NAS, ensuring a recording environment separated from QTS with storage expandability and flexible storage space management functions. The optimised QVR Pro Client software consolidates live monitoring with speedy playback functionality in a single view, providing a simplified monitoring mode and enhanced user experience.
Dahua Technology, a solution provider in the global video surveillance industry, announced that it has completed an integration with renowned cloud storage and video surveillance brand ASUSTOR. Over 100 Dahua camera models are now verified as being compatible with ASUSTOR’s Surveillance Centre, bringing a premium surveillance solution to the market. Now users will be able to create an economical and large scale surveillance system on their trusted ASUSTOR NAS devices. CMS Lite central monitoring software ASUSTOR’s Surveillance Centre runs on all ASUSTOR NAS devices and provides 4 free camera channels (more than the industry standard). Users can also expand camera channels according to their needs using purchasable licenses. Surveillance Centre features the centralised monitoring software CMS Lite which allows users to centrally manage up to 128 IP cameras in different locations on 32 ASUSTOR NVRs, significantly enhancing management efficiency. The latest Surveillance Centre 2.7 beta version advances surveillance functionality and adds a variety of professional functions including: the exporting and importing of camera settings that allows users to save, backup and deploy camera settings to other Surveillance Centre installations, support for the new fisheye restoration mode 1O3R and two-way communication on the AiSecure mobile app. Comprehensive surveillance solution “When creating a comprehensive cloud surveillance system, in addition to needing a stable and reliable NAS storage device as a backbone you also need high quality surveillance cameras,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “We are elated to be partnering with world renowned IP camera brand Dahua Technology in completing compatibility testing and verification for this integration. Now consumers and businesses are able to select from even more popular camera models when creating an economical and comprehensive surveillance solution.” Dahua Technology has one of the most comprehensive line up of surveillance cameras in the industry. The integration with ASUSTOR Surveillance Centre offer customers a complete solution to meet the requirement of every site. “Open Integration Innovation has been our guiding principle,” said Daniel Chau, Overseas Marketing Director of Dahua Technology. “We are open to work with platform partners, like ASUSTOR, to form a total solution for customers. We appreciate the value of our relationship and we expect the demand for this Cloud surveillance solution to grow rapidly.”
Dahua HDCVI recorders and cameras offer powerful network performance with a robust feature set Dahua Technology, a manufacturer and supplier of video surveillance products headquartered in Hangzhou, China showed visitors a lot of key products and solutions for small, medium, and large companies at Security Essen 2016. Various solutions at display Dahua demonstrated HDCVI 3.0 high-resolution 4MP analogue video over coaxial cable solution, Mobile Solution, Car Park Management Solution, Intelligent Building Solution, Video Conference, and Retail Solution. Dahua HDCVI 3.0 includes broad compatibility with a range of other (even competing) HD over coax technologies; higher resolutions including 4MP; and intelligent functions comparable to those available in IP systems. Dahua HDCVI recorders and cameras offer powerful network performance with a robust feature set, including high image quality, real-time recording, easy plug-and-play installation, extra IP channels, and more. Allowing for viewing, recording, and management from virtually anywhere, Dahua IP solution uses high-end IP cameras to analyse content in real-time, as well as provides secure streaming and high-resolution video over a standard network. Leveraging Dahua professional technology, the solution is able to offer key differentiators such as ultra-low-light imaging, 180/360-degree dewarping, high dynamic range imaging, and so on. User-friendly operating interface “Today’s security solutions are expected to have strong openness and interoperability” With state-of-the-art technology and user-friendly operating interface, the intelligent building solution delivers strategic control of facility, high security, and operational efficiency to customers around the world. During Security Essen, many media visited Dahua booth such as Benchmark, Smart Press, GIT Sicherheit, Essecome and expressed positive impression on Dahua’s attractive booth, as well as intelligent and professional solutions. “This year’s Security Essen is the most exciting to date in terms of the solutions being showcased by Dahua,” stated Daniel Chau, Marketing Director at Dahua Technology. “Today’s security solutions are expected to have strong openness and interoperability. Dahua showcase here today with a fully networked and integrated range of cameras, access control, applications, and software solutions. Dahua will continue to attend Security Essen 2018 with a larger stand to communicate more, learn more, and cooperate with more partners in the industry.”
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