Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of IP and analogue video surveillance solutions, is showcasing its line of Wisenet Cameras at ASIS 2017 (booth 3523). Wisenet X series premium line of network cameras feature Hanwha’s self-developed proprietary Wisenet 5 chipset, the most powerful chipset ever incorporated into a full camera range. The full line of network cameras and NVRs make Wisenet X ideal for virtually any security and surveillance application and provides benchmark performance with the most intelligence, expansive feature sets and extreme value for almost any professional surveillance application. “Our Wisenet camera technology provides specific imaging solutions for a broad range of users across all vertical markets,” said Ramy Ayad, Senior Product Manager, Hanwha Techwin America. “Hanwha’s self-developed Wisenet 5 chip is used across the entire range of X series cameras which allows us to meet specification and performance requirements across specific vertical sectors including government, gaming and retail.” Wisenet cameras displayed at ASIS 2017 Wisenet P series Multi-sensor/Multi-directional Cameras 8 and 20 megapixel cameras for versatile wide area surveillance applications Wisenet X series 12x Optical Zoom Cameras (XNV-6120R, XNO-6120R and XNV-6120) with 2MP resolution in dome and bullet form factors. Wisenet X series Outdoor Mini and Micro PTZ Cameras (XNP-6120H and XNP-6040H) 2MP network outdoor PTZ cameras with 12X optical zoom lenses. Wisenet X series ½” Sensor Cameras (XNV-6085, XND-6085V, XNO-6085R and XNB-6005) 2 MP network cameras capable of 150dB WDR and 60fps. Wisenet X series Flush Mount Cameras (XND-6011F and XND-8020F) feature digital image stabilisation, built-in microphone, hallway view, and a host of built in analytics for security and business applications. Hanwha is also displaying its entire surveillance system solutions offering at ASIS 2017 including the company’s innovative recording and camera management systems integrated with industry leading partners and technologies.
Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of IP and analogue video surveillance solutions, will showcase its Wisenet P series multi-sensor/multidirectional cameras at ASIS 2017 (booth 3523). Available in 8 and 20 megapixel, these high performance multi-sensor/multi-directional cameras feature four imaging sensors that can be independently positioned to provide a wide surveillance area on spaces of specific interest making them ideal for an array of mainstream applications in parking lots, shopping malls, office lobbies, mass transport concourses and airports. "Hanwha Wisenet P series Multi-sensor/Multi-directional cameras set the benchmark for performance and value," said Ramy Ayad, Senior Product Manager, Hanwha Techwin America. "With multiple sensors capable of operating independently of one another, multisensory megapixel cameras capture four times the amount of video, increasing the value of that video – and the value of the camera itself – for end users.” WiseStream II compression technology Wisenet P series Multi-sensor/Multi-directional camera offerings include the PNM-9080VQ with four individual 2 megapixel (8 megapixel total resolution) with 150dB WDR and 60fps (per sensor). The series also includes the PNM-9081VQ with four individual 5 megapixel sensors (20 megapixel total resolution) with 120dB WDR and 30 fps (per sensor). Both Wisenet P models incorporate Hanwha’s WiseStream II compression technology that dynamically controls encoding, balancing quality, resulting in bandwidth reduction of up to 99% and significant cost savings. The cameras also feature backlight compensation, True Day/Night operation and digital image stabilisation with a gyro sensor. High PoE compatibility Additional key features of Wisenet P series Multi-sensor/Multi-directional cameras include: 4 SD/SDHC/SDXC card slots (one for each channel), offering total storage of up to 1TB of onboard storage; PoE+ (8 megapixel) or High PoE (20 megapixel) compatibility; Triple codec H.265/H.264/MJPEG; license free built-in analytics; hallway view; and motorised varifocal lenses (2.8-12mm per sensor at 8 megapixel and 3.6-9.4mm per sensor at 20 megapixel) to deliver exceptionally wide area surveillance. All units are also IP66/K10 rated for use in harsh environments.
Hanwha Techwin America, a provider of global security solutions, is building on its commitment to deliver the industry’s highest-performance video solutions with the introduction of its new Wisenet P series multi-sensor/multi-directional cameras. Available in 8 and 20 megapixel, these cameras offer unmatched performance. They are ideal for applications such as parking lots, shopping mall entrances, lobbies, station concourses and airports. "Our multi-sensor cameras have the ability to provide a wide area coverage in extreme detail with just one camera," said Ramy Ayad, Senior Product Manager, Hanwha Techwin America. "We exceeded the benchmark for multi-sensor camera technology by incorporating features such as 60fps, 150dB wide dynamic range, low light performance (0.0015 Lux B/W, 0.015 Lux color) and built-in video analytics.” Built-in video analytics Hanwha’s new Wisenet P series includes the PNM-9080VQ with four individual 2 megapixel sensors for a total of 8 megapixel resolution capable of 150dB WDR and 60fps (per sensor). The series also includes the PNM-9081VQ with four individual 5 megapixel sensors that deliver 20 megapixel resolution capable of 120dB WDR and 30 fps (per sensor). Both Wisenet P models include built-in license free advanced video analytics, backlight compensation, True Day/Night and digital image stabilization with a gyro sensor. The combination of H.265 compression and WiseStream II result in data reduction of up to 99% The combination of H.265 compression and WiseStream II, a complementary compression technology that dynamically controls encoding, balancing quality and compression according to movement in the image, result in data reduction of up to 99%. This translates into significant savings on bandwidth, storage and cost. Additional features of the Wisenet P cameras: 4 SD/SDHC/SDXC card slots (one for each channel), offering total storage of up to 1TB PoE+ (8 megapixel) or HPoE (20 megapixel) and 12VDC Triple codec H.265/H.264/MJPEG Hallway View Motorised varifocal lens (2.8~12mm per sensor @ 8 megapixel; 3.6~9.4mm per sensor @20 megapixel) for widest range available in the industry in a multi-sensor camera IP66/K10 rated housing
Hanwha Techwin America is showcasing the latest additions to its impressive Wisenet camera line-up here at ISC West (booth #14079). Building on its continually expanded line of Wisenet multi-sensor cameras, the new additions include multi-directional cameras that allow individual adjustment of each image sensor to capture high quality images of specific areas of interest. The new Wisenet multi-directional cameras are available in IP and Analog HD (AHD) configurations to meet a wide range of applications and budgets. Multi-sensor cameras “Multi-sensor cameras continue to gain in adoption due to their ability to provide continuous wide area surveillance,” said Ramy Ayad, Senior Product Manager, Hanwha Techwin America. “These new AHD and IP multi-sensor megapixel cameras go one step further by enabling users to focus each individual image sensor on specific areas of interest.” New Wisenet P Series IP Multi-Directional Cameras are available with 8MP (four 2MP sensors) and 20MP (four 5MP sensors) resolution. The new cameras’ key features include: motorised varifocal lenses for easy and remote adjustment; built in license-free video analytics; high frame rates of 60fps (8MP) and 30fps (20MP); and 120dB Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) for highly contrasted lighting environments. Hanwha’s new IP multi-directional, multi-sensor cameras will be available from July of this year. Wisenet HD+ AHD multi-directional camera The new Wisenet HD+ AHD Multi-Directional Camera features 8MP (four 2MP sensors) resolution. Features include: 100 dB WDR, magnetic camera mounting, HLC, and True Day/Night.
Hanwha Techwin America, announced several promotions and new hires to complement the company’s continued growth and expansion in the North American Market. Hanwha Techwin America closed out a very successful 2016 posting double-digit growth from the prior year. Our people are our most valued asset, and are as instrumental to our continued success as the innovative technologies and products we offer" “We will continue to enhance our sales, marketing, engineering and support teams with the most qualified and talented personnel in the industry,” said Soon Hong Ahn, President, Hanwha Techwin America. “Our people are our most valued asset, and are as instrumental to our continued success as the innovative technologies and products we offer.” New appointments include: Tom Cook has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Sales Robert Wegner has been promoted to VP of SAE and Technical Support Marco Sanchez and Lloyd Taylor were promoted to Regional Sales Directors (West and Midwest regions, respectively) Todd Wysocki has been promoted to Senior Regional Sales Manager in Chicago Ramy Ayad has been promoted to Senior Product Manager New hires include: Todd Cabot and Kyle Finefrock were hired as new Regional Sales Managers (West and Midwest respectively) Mark Nolan and Nate Strand were hired as new Regional Sales Managers in Texas (Houston and Dallas respectively)