Wisenet WAVE VMS servers are based on BCDVideo’s newest Apollo and Neptune Series powered by Dell EMC. Both series feature newest-generation Intel Xeon processors, dual RAID capabilities, redundant power supplies, worldwide remote secured system management, and a five-year on-site warranty. For enhanced data security, the warranty also includes data media retention, keeping any replaced hard drive on the premises for proper customer disposal. “BCDVideo servers are specifically designed for video processing and storage purposes enabling users to gain maximum value from our Wisenet WAVE VMS,” said Tim Biddulph, Head of Product & Solutions for Hanwha Techwin Europe. “While possible to run Wisenet WAVE on virtually any manufacturers’ servers, subject to a minimum specification, the pre-loaded servers we are offering will minimise installation time and ensure the highest level of reliability, performance, and compatibility.” Each of the pre-loaded servers is equipped with high-performance Intel quad-core processors for fast, powerful and reliable processing of video Turnkey IP surveillance solution “The collaboration between Hanwha Techwin Europe and BCDVideo delivers the ultimate performance in a turnkey IP surveillance solution. Today’s security projects demand best-in-breed technology and Hanwha’s Wisenet WAVE certainly fits the bill." "We are thrilled that Hanwha chose BCDVideo as the platform to best deliver this technology,” said Gary Sykes, Territory Manager, UK and Ireland - BCDVideo. Each of the pre-loaded servers are equipped with high-performance Intel quad-core processors to ensure fast, powerful and reliable processing of video for mission critical applications. Effortless video monitoring Introduced in January 2018, Wisenet WAVE makes it almost effortless to monitor up to 64 high-definition video streams. An auto-discover feature ensures connected cameras and a wide range of third-party IP network devices can be addressed and set up within just minutes. An intuitive ‘drag & drop’ tool makes setting up a display of live and recorded images on a single screen or video wall effortless with customisable layouts and sizes. Other key features include a virtual PTZ which – with just a simple click of the mouse – enables operators to zoom in to see close-up detail of any suspicious activity while motion detection and video analytics support can be configured to generate alerts when user-defined incidents occur.
The long-standing technology partnership between Hanwha Techwin and Facit Data Systems has resulted in selected Wisenet cameras being able to take full advantage of Facit’s powerful Calculus server-based intelligent retail video analytics software, to deliver a new generation of Retail Intelligence solutions. The Wisenet Heatmap and People Counting cameras enable retailers to identify lost sales opportunities by monitoring continuously updated live reports and view comparative hourly and weekly reports on footfall, store hotspots and dwell times, as well as how long customers have to queue. Creating competitive advantage “At a time when competition has never been fiercer within the retail sector, knowledge of customer in-store behaviour is crucial in order to ensure every sales opportunity is seized,” said Tim Biddulph, Head of Product and Solutions for Hanwha Techwin Europe.” Knowledge of customer in-store behaviour is crucial in order to ensure every sales opportunity is seized" “The reports which are generated via the Wisenet Heatmap and People Counting cameras and the Calculus server base analytics software will assist retailers, from small convenience stores to superstores, to identify in a number of different ways how to enhance the customer experience and minimise lost sales opportunities. These include comparing the number of people who enter a store with actual sales, customer buying patterns and helping manage the peaks and troughs at checkouts.” Calculus server solution The Calculus solution is designed for large retail stores and supports bi-directional people counting and heat mapping with real time and time lapse viewing functions. Up to 64 Wisenet Heatmap or People Counting cameras can be connected to Calculus using a single core i7 PC. On-going multiples of up to 64 cameras can be added by installing additional PCs, with almost limitless configuration options to enable the end-user to tailor the system to meet their precise requirements. Reports are available in real-time from anywhere on the network. Argus small store solution For smaller store applications, Facit’s Argus analytics solution is available in four variations. These provide a choice of single and two channel aspect view with bi-directional people counter and single and two channel real-time/time-lapse heat map, as well as a combined single channel with bi-directional people counter and a single channel real-time/time-lapse heat map option. Facit’s Argus analytics solution is available in four variations “Our aim in pre-loading the Facit applications onto our open platform Wisenet cameras is to save system integrators considerable time and effort in having to research the wide range of video analytics software on the market,” said Tim Biddulph. “Peace of mind comes with the knowledge that Hanwha Techwin has extensively evaluated and tested all the specialist applications which are supplied out-of-box with selected cameras.” Heat mapping The 12 megapixel Wisenet PNF-9010R/FHM 360° Heatmap camera has on-board dewarping, enabling a variety of alternative viewing modes, including single panorama, double panorama and quad views. People counting The 2 megapixel Wisenet XND-6080/FPC bi-directional people counting camera is part of the Wisenet X camera series which is supercharged by the most powerful chipset ever incorporated into a full camera range and features the world’s best Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) and the world’s best motorised varifocal low light lens. 2 megapixel Wisenet XND-6080/FPC bi-directional people counting camera is part of the Wisenet X camera series Multi tasking to maximise ROI A powerful proprietary chipset enables Wisenet X series cameras to meet the requirements of any retail environment regardless of the lighting conditions, from bursts of bright sunlight, to almost total darkness, without the need for IR LEDs or supplementary lighting. Depending on the field of view, images captured by the Wisenet Heatmap and People Counting cameras can also be used by security personnel to detect any suspicious activity as well as provide valuable business intelligence for marketing, merchandising, human resources and retail operations departments. The XND-6080/FPC even has an audio analysis function which recognises different types of sound, such as gunshots, explosions, screams, and broken glass. Integration The Wisenet Heatmap and People Counting cameras are fully supported by Hanwha Techwin’s comprehensive range of video recording solutions. They have also been integrated with Smart Security Manager (SSM) and Facit analytics software to enable people counting and customer behaviour data to be monitored in real-time, and for the generation of customised reports covering defined time periods.
Hanwha Techwin and analytics specialist Sprinx Technologies have combined their expertise to develop Wisenet Automatic Incident Detection (AID), an easy-to-deploy and highly accurate city wide incident detection solution which is designed to be affordable for budget conscious local authorities. Traffic AID lets operators instantly know when traffic is slowing down and whether there is a lengthening queue. It will also detect broken down or illegally stopped vehicles and if there is a wrong-way driver, a pedestrian in danger or smoke in a tunnel. It will even spot if some cargo has fallen off a lorry. Intelligent incident management Traffic AID utilises intelligent image processing to quickly alert operators about specific traffic-related events, whilst at the same time enables statistical data such as vehicle classification, counting and flow to be recorded. Traffic AID’s intuitive web user interface enables operators to specify detection zones and parameters and to analyse statistical data via easy on the eye graphics and charts. An event journal provides a log of all events and snapshots of individual incidents. For city surveillance managers who do not require the complete Traffic AID package, there are a number of affordable module options available to help them keep traffic and pedestrians on the move. These include: Pedestrian and Stop Detection (PSD): Alerts are generated when pedestrians and stopped vehicles are detected in a tunnel or on a hard shoulder. Traffic Flow: Simultaneously monitors two separate traffic lanes in order to estimate traffic flow and automatically alert operators when there is congestion on the roads and queues are developing. Traffic Data: For short-term traffic management and long-term city centre planning, the Traffic Data solution provides statistical data about the density, average speed and flow of motorbikes, cars, lorries and buses. It can simultaneously monitor two lanes of traffic moving in different directions, whilst a cleverly devised Origin-Destination Matrix (OD) feature highlights traffic conditions at busy city-centre crossroads and roundabouts. Image-stabilising Wisenet X IR cameras The Traffic Hub server based application collects and aggregates data from multiple network connected Wisenet cameras, and through its interface offers a quick overview of all traffic incidents. Providing detailed but easy-to-understand graphs of traffic data such as the numbers and average speed of vehicles, the application is available in 4, 16 and 48 channel packages. Selected high-definition Wisenet X cameras are packed with innovative features such as the world’s best Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) and motorised varifocal low-light lens, to ensure operators are able to view sharp, clear quality day or night images in order to visually verify Traffic AID information. The 2 megapixel Wisenet XNB-6000 and XNB-6005 fixed cameras, and the XNP-6120R IR bullet camera are also all equipped with gyro sensors which provide accurate stabilisation to combat wind or vibrations. Traffic management expertise “Our engineers have worked very closely with the Sprinx Technologies team to ensure we exceed the expectations of traffic managers who are tasked with resolving the challenge of the ever-increasing number of vehicles causing congestion within city centres, and on highways and motorways,” said Tim Biddulph, Head of Product and Solutions for Hanwha Techwin Europe. “This is another example of where ‘WE MOVE with trust’ in establishing genuine partnerships with other manufacturers who are expert in their respective fields.”
Video surveillance specialists Hanwha Techwin in partnership with analytics experts FF Group, has launched a comprehensive suite of ANPR based intelligent traffic management solutions. The solutions range from car park access control for business applications, through to large scale city wide based systems, which enable local authorities to keep people safe as well as detect illegally parked vehicles and other traffic infringements. Crime prevention with ANPR cameras The FF Group licence plate recognition application, which is effective with all European number plate formats, has been integrated with two Wisenet cameras. As a result, the Wisenet SNO-6095RH/FNP and XNO-6120R/FNP ANPR cameras are able to offer more than a 95% recognition accuracy whatever the environmental conditions and even when vehicles are moving at speeds of up to 150 km/h. Users can define up to 2,000 number plates in a ‘black and white’ list in order to automatically authorise or decline access to a site or car parking area, with each camera able to monitor up to three lanes of traffic. Recorded events include entry/exit activity and direction of vehicles. Alerts can be generated for crime prevention purposes, such as reducing incidents of non-payments at petrol stations. Cloud-based surveillance For large car parks, shopping centres and other commercial sites where there is significant traffic movement, the single-site Wisenet ANPR server solution provides a highly efficient and scalable option. It is able to simultaneously monitor images of vehicle traffic activity by up to 32 cameras, whilst additional benefits include online alerting, access control and utilisation analysis. Wisenet ANPR is also available in a range of cloud based solutions which are designed for multi-camera and multi-site applications. Providing ‘intelligent’ data analysis and reporting, these include: Number Plate cloud: Reports include a photo of number plates, entry/exit timing and push notifications and alerts. Car Park cloud: This allows security personnel to have strict control over which vehicles have access to a site’s sensitive areas, such as loading bays. Reports generated include the level of car park occupancy, the number of free spaces, vehicles’ duration of stay and frequency of visits. It can also synchronise data between a number of different sites. City Traffic cloud: Located at city-centre intersections and main roads, the Wisenet City Traffic cloud solution provides local authorities and police with the licence plate numbers of vehicles involved in traffic lane or parking It also offers access to real-time traffic flow data, such as the average speed and the number of vehicles on the roads. More in-depth analysis for longer term planning comes from the data that is recorded on everyday drivers who travel into specific areas. Integrated security solutions “This is another example of how Hanwha Techwin is staying true to our promise where ‘WE MOVE with trust’,” said Tim Biddulph, Head of Product and Solutions for Hanwha Techwin Europe. “In the spirit of true partnership, we are working with specialist application developers and keeping to our promise to continually develop new, innovative solutions which make good use of the technology built into our high-performance open platform cameras.” “Consultants and systems integrators when specifying analytics solutions can be assured Hanwha Techwin has carefully selected its technology partners, such as the FF Group, and has worked closely with them to achieve a deep level of integration. This means that end-user clients can look forward to enjoying the full benefits of an effective ANPR solution without themselves having to evaluate the myriad of specialist analytics solutions on the market.”
Video surveillance specialists Hanwha Techwin and access control experts TDSi, have successfully integrated Wisenet SSM video management software (VMS) with the EXgarde PRO Access Management PC software application. Real-time security alerts The integration has been achieved via a transaction server module which is part of the Wisenet SSM VMS solution and links access control activity with related video captured by Wisenet cameras. Any unauthorised person attempting entry into a sensitive area of a building will, for example, immediately generate an alert and display images of the incident on a control room video wall or spot monitor. Other possible actions include the triggering of nearby PTZ dome cameras to commence pre-configured tour of the surrounding areas to enable operators to have a complete understanding of what may be happening, and the display of the respective access control point on a map of the building. Maximum benefit EXgarde PRO is a fully featured Access Management PC software application which can be used to control one door at one site with just a small number of users, through to thousands of doors at multiple sites with thousands of users. It is designed to seamlessly integrate the many aspects of a security and building management system using a single database and a single user interface. These include fire, intrusion, building automation and management, Active Directory and biometric technologies, as well as video surveillance. Wisenet SSM has been developed by Hanwha Techwin to ensure users achieve maximum benefit from the comprehensive range of Wisenet IP network cameras, recording devices and servers, whilst facilitating integration with third party systems such as Access Control and intruder alarms. It also supports the specialist analytics Applications which can be run on Wisenet cameras. High interaction between technologies “TDSi access control and Hanwha Techwin surveillance solutions are increasingly being specified for the same projects,” said Tim Biddulph, Head of Product and Solutions for Hanwha Techwin Europe. “With this in mind, system integrators understandably expect a high level of interaction between the two technologies in order to provide their end-user clients with a complete, effective solution. We are delighted to have worked in partnership with TDSi technical team to ensure we deliver added value to our mutual customers.”
The ability to detect incidents and keep traffic on the move has been significantly enhanced as a result of the announcement that Sprinx Technologies’ Automatic Incident Detection and Traffic Data Collection (AID) application is now able to run on-board all Hanwha Techwin Wisenet X H.265 cameras. AID solutions utilise intelligent image processing to quickly alert operators about traffic incidents and queuing, and at the same time enable statistical data such as vehicle classification, counting and flow to be recorded. An Origin-Destination Matrix (OD) feature highlights traffic conditions at busy city centre crossroads and roundabouts with simultaneous monitoring of different lanes. It can also detect wrong way drivers and smoke in tunnels. Integration with Sprinx Technologies “One of the key ways in which we are committed to proving ‘WE MOVE with trust’ is to work with innovative technology partners such as Sprinx Technologies, who like Hanwha Techwin, are market leaders in their respective field of expertise,” said Tim Biddulph, Head of Product and Solutions for Hanwha Techwin Europe. “Across Europe we are increasingly being entrusted to provide video surveillance solutions for a wide range of critical infrastructure projects, including the monitoring of activity in tunnels. Our partnership with Sprinx Technologies is underpinning our ability to provide world-class solutions which are easy to implement and use for these applications. It is yet another excellent example of how we are always looking for new opportunities to capitalise on the open platform capabilities of Wisenet cameras to deliver video surveillance solutions which offer real-life operational benefits to our customers.” Wisenet X features The Wisenet X cameras are equipped with an all-new architecture chipset which enables them to deliver twice as fast video processing as you would expect in high definition cameras, complete with three times more memory to handle enhanced on-board video and audio analytics. The Wisenet X series features 150dB WDR which uses 4 frames to create a more natural image without blurring and outstanding lens technology which enables vivid colour images to be captured in low-light environments without IR LED illumination. XNB-8000 and XNB-6000 models are also equipped with gyro sensors that provide more accurate stabilisation to combat wind or vibrations. The 2MP or 5MP models are at the heart of Hanwha Techwin’s formidable camera range which collectively are able to provide cost-effective, high performance options for virtually any video surveillance projects, including critical infrastructure applications. The range also includes premium top of the range Wisenet P cameras which deliver superb quality 4K (12MP) images, entry level Wisenet Q network cameras delivering feature rich 2MP or 4MP images and Wisenet HD+ analogue cameras which deliver Full HD images in 1080p without the need to upgrade cabling infrastructure.
Hanwha Techwin Europe’s Managing Director Bob (H.Y.) Hwang Ph.D. explains the thinking behind Hanwha Techwin’s theme ‘WE MOVE with trust’. “WE MOVE with trust in our partners We recognise the opportunity to build on the trust we have in our distribution and solution partners. We respect and highly value their expertise and the vital contribution they make to the supply chain for the benefit of installers, system integrators and end-user customers. WE MOVE with trust in our cyber security Our IFSEC ‘trust’ theme signifies the steps we are taking to strengthen these partnerships, such as working together to manage the cyber security threat. Although no manufacturer can offer 100% guarantees, we have a sustained testing and monitoring programme designed to identify and quickly respond to evolving new threats to the integrity of our solutions. WE MOVE with trust in our quality & service - We are also continuing to grow our locally based pre and post-sales teams, as well as offering a fast turn around repair service. We believe that trust is also under pinned by our offering an Advance Replacement service. If a product develops a fault during the first year of warranty, a replacement will be dispatched within 48 hours of the request. Our IFSEC ‘trust’ theme signifies the steps we are taking to strengthen these partnerships, such as working together to manage the cyber security threat WE MOVE with a 5 year warranty- We are rewarding the trust which Silver, Gold and Diamond level STEP Partners have placed in Hanwha Techwin and our solutions with an extended 5 year Warranty Program.” Live camera and NVR demonstrations Hanwha Techwin’s ambition is to provide live demonstrations at IFSEC of various camera and NVR solutions, including: Wisenet HD+ analogue cameras which deliver Full HD images in 1080p without the need to upgrade cabling infrastructure Wisenet Q entry level cameras which deliver feature rich 2MP or 4MP images Wisenet X cameras which are supercharged by the most powerful chipset ever incorporated into a full camera range Wisenet T explosion proof cameras for hazardous and harsh areas Wisenet P premium top of the range cameras which deliver superb quality 4K (12MP) images Entry level QRN and mid-range XRN NVRs. These are a complete replacement for the highly successful SRN NVR range which proved to very popular among installers and systems integrators over recent years. “Too often, exhibition visitors are shown sanitised, pre-recorded video and expected to imagine how cameras will perform in real-life situations,” said Tim Biddulph, Head of Product and Solutions for Hanwha Techwin Europe. “On stand G800 we intend to provide live demonstrations of our product and solution benefits. Examples include advanced WDR and WiseStream compression technology, both of which are unique to Hanwha Techwin, and how they are supported by our new Smart Security Manager (SSM) 2.0 software platform. We will also show solutions for access control, roadway incidents, ANPR, people counting, heat mapping, facial recognition, and audio analytics.” Korean heritage pride Hanwha Techwin is proud of its Korean heritage and what it represents in terms of a long history of designing and developing quality products and solutions. The Hanwha Techwin team is looking forward to welcoming potential and existing customers, to a ‘business social hub’ in the centre of its IFSEC stand where they will have the opportunity to enjoy a select range of Korean food and refreshments.
Hanwha Techwin’s entire range of cameras and recording devices have been successfully integrated with SureView’s Immix CS central station software platform. The integration allows the latest Wisenet IP camera series and NVRs, as well as analogue DVRs to interact with Immix CS which is designed to improve the efficiency of central alarm monitoring stations offering video monitoring services. Physical Security Information Management The same level of integration has also been achieved with Immix Command Centre (CC), a Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software platform used by businesses, institutions and agencies to monitor alarms, access control, audio and situational awareness systems. “Our engineers have worked closely with the SureView technical team to ensure a high level of integration which allows operators to control key features and configuration of our cameras and recording devices,” said Tim Biddulph, Head of Product Management at Hanwha Techwin. “Remote Video Response Centres (RVRC) are now able to view the superb quality images captured by our cameras and domes. They can also utilise edge-based analytics on board our Wisenet IP network cameras as an effective event reporting tool and to reduce false alarms.”
Hanwha Techwin’s new Wisenet P series is one of the most bandwidth friendly camera ranges available Designed for monitoring large open areas with just one camera, the PNM-9020V is equipped with multi-sensors which enable it to capture superb quality seamlessly stitched 180° images. Four 2MP images with 3.6mm lenses work in harmony to produce the 180° composite images. This is achieved with the help of a synchronised alignment lever located in the centre of the camera which raises and lowers the sensors in unison to facilitate easy set up. “The PNM-9020V’s high definition and panoramic capabilities means end-users can achieve an exceptionally high return on investment (ROI), as it can perform the work of three or four standard HD cameras and so deliver significant savings on camera purchasing and installation costs,” said Tim Biddulph, Head of Product Management for Hanwha Techwin Europe. Key features In addition to being equipped with digital PTZ, the PNM-9020V, which is IP66 and IK10 rated for vandal-resistance and outdoor use in the harshest environments, shares many of the innovative, practical features with the four other models in the Wisenet P series. These include Digital Auto Tracking, True Wide Dynamic Range, and Lens Distortion Correction to deliver optimised images in every situation. Also provided is bi-directional audio support, privacy masking, a 12VDC, PoE capability and an SD card slot to ensure that video is automatically recorded in the event of network disruption. The power of the open platform DSP chipset built into PNM-9020V provides end-users with the flexibility to run edge-based video analytics which matches their individual requirements Open platform Video analytics such as heat map, virtual line, enter/exit and appear/disappear are provided as standard, whilst the power of the open platform DSP chipset built into PNM-9020V provides end-users with the flexibility to run edge-based video analytics which matches their individual requirements. Unique WiseStream technology Completing the long list of innovative features built into the PNM-9020V is WiseStream, a complementary compression technology which dynamically controls encoding, balancing quality and compression according to movement in the image. Bandwidth efficiency is improved by up to 75% compared to current H.264 technology when WiseStream is combined with H.265 compression. This ensures that Hanwha Techwin Europe’s new Wisenet P series is one of the most bandwidth friendly camera ranges available.
The cameras and DVRs in the new WiseNet HD+ range introduced by Hanwha Techwin Europe Ltd, are designed to appeal to end-users who want to benefit from being able to capture and record Full HD 1080p images, but are not yet ready to migrate from analogue to an IP network based video surveillance solution. Incorporating AHD technology that can deliver superb quality HD images over existing coax cabling, the competitively priced seven camera models and three DVRs in the WiseNet HD+ range offer an affordable upgrade path for legacy analogue systems, as well as new installations. No encoders, converters or switches “The ‘plug & play’ WiseNet HD+ range can support the transmission of HD images (and audio) without any latency or image loss, at distances up to 500m using standard coax,” said Tim Biddulph, Head of Product Management for Hanwha Techwin Europe Ltd. “This alone is impressive, but what makes our WiseNet HD+ stand out, as well as being highly cost-effective compared to other AHD based solutions, is that it is very easy to implement as there is no need to incur the cost and time of installing encoders, converters or switches. “The DVRs can also support existing analogue cameras and by being able to do so, they provide users with the opportunity to extend the life of their legacy systems and maximise ROI.” Day/night functionality, super noise reduction & real-time recording All seven camera models offer true Day/Night functionality with an integrated infrared cut filter. They are also equipped with Dual Power capability and SSNRIV, the latest generation of Samsung’s Super Noise Reduction technology. This eliminates image noise in low-light conditions without creating ghosting or blurring and with the additional benefit of up to 70% reduction in bandwidth requirements or video storage space, compared to standard cameras. The three DVRs can simultaneously record in real-time across all channels, whilst multi-streaming the transmission of images across the network and including mobile devices. Additional features include selectable bandwidth up to 64Mbps, audio support and the choice of HDMI or VGA outputs. The WiseNet HD+ range comprises: SCB-6003 box camera SCO-6023R IR Bullet camera SCO-6083R IR Bullet camera with varifocal lens SCD-6023R IR dome camera SCD-6083R IR dome camera with varifocal lens SCV-6023R vandal resistant IR dome camera SCV-6083R vandal resistant IR dome camera with varifocal lens SRD-494 four channel real-time analogue HD DVR SRD-894 eight channel real-time analogue HD DVR SRD-1694 sixteen channel real-time analogue HD DVR
In a crowded professional security camera market place where there is no shortage of manufacturers competing for the attention of users and installers, Samsung Techwin has yet again demonstrated its determination to retain its market leading position and stand out from the crowd with the launch of its high definition WiseNet Lite series. The three bullet cameras and seven domes in the new WiseNet Lite series have been introduced to provide Samsung Techwin customers with keenly priced alternatives to the highly acclaimed, feature rich, Open Platform WiseNetIII models. High performance video surveillance solutions “We fully understand that in a competitive world, the best way we can continue to support installers, systems integrators and our business partners throughout Europe, is to provide a wide range of options which can collectively meet the budget limitations, as well as functionality requirements for any video surveillance project,” said Tim Biddulph, Product Manager for Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd. “WiseNet Lite allows us to offer a high performance video surveillance solution for small shops and offices which just require high definition cameras to capture evidence grade images, whilst it also provides an affordable solution for much larger projects where hundreds of cameras may be required.” The 1.3MP and 2MP Full HD WiseNet Lite models share many of the features built into the WiseNetIII range, including Intelligent Video Analytics, motion detection, privacy masking zones, audio support, PoE and a SD/SDHC memory slot. They also feature LDC (Lens Distortion Correction), which compensates for the image distortion that can occur with wide angle lenses. Minimising bandwidth & video storage Samsung Techwin has also equipped the WiseNet Lite cameras and domes with a Hallway view function for the monitoring of narrow vertical areas such as corridors, tunnels and aisles. It enables the camera to capture images with a 9:16 x 3:4 aspect ratio that works effectively in tall and narrow spaces with the added bonus of minimising bandwidth and video storage requirements. The new models in the WiseNet Lite range are: SND- L6013: 2 Megapixel Full HD network dome camera SND-L6013R: 2 Megapixel Full HD network IR dome camera SND- L6083R: 2 Megapixel Full HD network IR dome camera with varifocal lens SNV-L6083R: 2 Megapixel Full HD vandal resistant network IR dome camera with varifocal lens SNO-L6013R: 2 Megapixel Full HD weatherproof network IR bullet camera SNO-L6083R: 2 Megapixel Full HD weatherproof network IR bullet camera with varifocal lens SND-L5013: 1.3 Megapixel HD network dome camera SND-L5083R: 1.3 Megapixel HD network IR dome camera with varifocal lens SNV-L5083R:1.3 Megapixel HD vandal resistant network IR dome camera with varifocal lens SNO-L5083R: 1.3 Megapixel HD weatherproof network IR bullet camera with varifocal lens
Samsung Techwin’s new Beyond 1280H series of 1000 TV Lines analogue cameras are equipped as standard with a long list of innovative and technically advanced features which until now, users might have only expected to see built into IP network cameras. To ensure that customers can gain maximum benefit from the outstanding quality images captured by the eight new analogue models, Samsung Techwin has also introduced new high performance 4, 8 and 16 channel Beyond DVRs which can simultaneously record the extremely high quality 1000 TV lines images in real time across all their channels. “We have introduced the new Beyond 1280H series of analogue cameras and DVRs in support of those many thousands of CCTV users across Europe who want to cost effectively extend the life of their existing analogue systems,” said Tim Biddulph, Product Manager for the Security Solution division of Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd. “Whilst widespread adoption of video over IP is inevitable, there is nevertheless an almost countless number of existing analogue CCTV systems which are working satisfactorily. End-users may however now need identification grade images which their existing analogue cameras cannot deliver. The good news is that the Beyond series is fully interoperable with current, existing and legacy analogue systems.” Many of the new highly competitively priced models feature enhanced Wide Dynamic Range which, with performance greater than 120dB, can accurately produce images in scenes that simultaneously contain very bright and very dark areas. They are also equipped with SSNR IV, Samsung Techwin’s new generation of noise reduction technology, to deliver high resolution images in night time conditions without any smear or “ghosting”. Other key features include various forms of video analytics, and defog which can improve the clarity of images captured in poor weather conditions such as rain, smoke or fog. Beyond DVRs In addition to the Beyond 4 channel SRD-476D, 8 channel SRD-876D and 16 channel SRD-1676D, which can all record 1000 TV lines images in real time across all of their channels, Samsung Techwin has also introduced the 16 channel SRD-1656D, which has the ability to record in real time, CIF quality images captured by connected cameras. De-Interlace support on each channel ensures sharp, accurate display of still images. All four new Beyond DVRs, which have a single channel audio output, offer the flexibility to separately configure each of their channels to make best use of the available storage capacity by enabling users to set the specific image quality/resolution required for each camera location. With the exception of the 4 channel SRD-476D which has a single internal HDD, the Beyond series of DVRS have four internal SATA HDDs and each provide the option for extra video storage via two external SATA ports. The Beyond DVRs benefit from a new ultra user friendly GUI (Graphical User Interface) and offer authorised users the option to remotely view live or recorded video from a PC or any Android or IOS supported smartphone or tablet via Samsung Techwin’s license-free SSM, SmartViewer or iPOLiS Mobile monitoring software. A built-in web viewer offers enhanced compatibility via Chrome, Explorer and Safari. The new cameras and domes in the Beyond 1280H series are: SCB-5003 WDR 1280H bodied camera SCB-5000 1280H bodied camera SCD-5083 WDR 1280H Dome Camera SCD-5080 1280H Dome Camera SCV-5083 1280H WDR Vandal-Resistant Dome Camera SCV-5080 1280H Vandal-Resistant Dome Camera SCD-5083R 1280H WDR IR Dome Camera SCV-5083R Vandal-Resistant WDR IR Dome Camera Collectively the first eight new models are designed to offer solutions for a wide range of applications and environments from offices, retail stores, schools and hospitals and warehouses, to more challenging environments such as airports, ports, transport facilities, car parks and town centres.
Samsung Techwin has further strengthened its formidable family of open platform WiseNetIII cameras and domes with the launch of the SNP-6320, the World’s first 2MP Full HD 32 x optical zoom PTZ speed dome. In addition to its powerful 32 x optical zoom, the ONVIF compliant SNP-6320 is also equipped with a 16 x digital zoom making it an ideal IP network based video surveillance solution for airports, ports, car parks, industrial estates and retail parks, as well as a wide range of other environments where high performance PTZ functionality is required. “The SNP-6320, together with the vandal-resistant and weatherproof SNP-6320H, which incorporates a heater that is powered by PoE+ to allow it to operate in extreme weather conditions, represent a significant addition to our extensive range of open platform WiseNetIII 1.3, 2 and 3 megapixel IP network cameras and fixed domes,” said Tim Biddulph, Product Manager for the Security Solution division of Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd. “Collectively they are enabling Samsung Techwin to change the way you work with IP. One of the key reasons for this is the open platform capabilities of the WiseNetIII DSP chipset which provides users with complete freedom to choose their perfect combination of video analytics and video management software (VMS) to best match their individual requirements.” The enhanced Wide Dynamic Range built into the WiseNetIII DSP chipset, with performance greater than 120dB, can accurately produce images in scenes that simultaneously contain very bright and very dark areas. The SNP-6320 and SNP-6320H’s other key features include Defog which can improve the clarity of images captured in poor weather conditions such as rain, smoke or fog and Digital Image Stabilization, which negates the effects of vibration. Both are specifically important in the perimeter protection environments such as ports and airports. The models also feature bi-directional audio that allows them to be interfaced with local PA systems. All of these features have been designed to save installation time and cost. The SNP-6320H and SNP-6320 can capture high quality colour images when the lighting level is as low as 0.03 Lux and have an ultra-fast frame rate of 60fps at 1080p allowing the domes to send multiple streams at multiple frame rates and resolutions, depending on the receiving device, e.g. recorder, viewing software or mobile app. This can be particularly beneficial at sites where different stakeholders are involved. Samsung’s WiseNetIII utilisation of bandwidth friendly H.264 compression improves the network control latency of the domes, making the manually tracking of objects simple and straightforward. A built-in SD/SDHC/SDXC memory slot provides the opportunity for authorised users to remotely access and download video that has been recorded onto a memory card. The new models are also equipped with Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) which can assist in the detection of activity by various means, such as face detection, tripwire and enter/exit direction, object appear/disappear and ‘tampering’, which creates an alert if paint is sprayed on a camera lens or there is unauthorised movement of a camera away from its usual field of view. As is the case with all Samsung Techwin video surveillance solutions, the SNP-6320H and SNP-6320 are offered with full support services from Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd, including free system design, free technical support and a full three-year warranty.
The SourceSecurity.com team attended this year's IFSEC International 2014 with great anticipation to view the new innovations first-hand on show and see how the move to London would impact visitor experience. To capture the show, we have provided a summary of IFSEC in pictures above. Highlights from IFSEC 2014 We saw an overwhelming number of people and products; here is a snapshot of our IFSEC experience for 2014: FLIR SourceSecurity.com attended FLIR’s press briefing which took place on the first day of the show. FLIR emphasised that it was more than just a professional thermal camera company – the company has recently released $499 thermal cameras to the consumer industry. For FLIR, the security market is growing industry. With the acquisition of Lorex in 2012, FLIR will be introducing Lorex products under the FLIR brand (consumer side, not professional) in EMEA. At IFSEC 2014, FLIR also introduced FLIR One- its first consumer camera for the iPhone. HID Global HID Global’s Director of Technical Services, Nick Hislop, talked SourceSecurity.com through its emerging technologies in the form of leveraging Bluetooth LE and NFC. The concept is simple: to make mobile access more convenient. Nick also demonstrated how HID’s products and solutions are relevant for a number of vertical markets including Enterprise, Healthcare, Education and Finance Services. Nedap ID Ido Wentink of Nedap Identification Systems introduced SourceSecurity.com to the Nedap IDS advanced licence plate recognition product, ANPR Access HD. The company also introduced uPASS Access, a backward compatibility convertor and UHF ISO Card for improved user experience for uPASS platform. The ANPR Access HD for advanced license plate recognition is a higher resolution lens than its previous release, the ANPR Access camera. Other features of the ANPR Access HD include a more powerful CCV, increased IR illumination and expanded OCR library. SourceSecurity.com’s visit to STI’s booth saw the company emphasise its importance not just within the fire industry, but within the security industry as well Security Technology International (STI) SourceSecurity.com’s visit to STI’s booth saw the company emphasise its importance not just within the fire industry, but within the security industry as well. STI is looking to get the message out there that they’re not just a fire company. Paul Machacek, Sales Team Business Developer, talked SourceSecurity.com through a number of STI’s products including STI’s Polycarbonate Protective Covers, Steel cages, Call Points & Switches and Stand-alone Alarm Systems. Samsung - Changing the face of IP On day two of the show, Samsung hosted a press conference for the global launch of its Open Platform. This new initiative gives users the opportunity to utilise third party APPs with Samsung's WiseNetIII cameras and domes. Tim Biddulph, Product Manager at Samsung, hosted the conference and offered an insight into Samsung's tag line for the show, "Changing the face of IP". Taking a lead in IP technology, Samsung is seeking to give end-users a solution that is effectively future-proof in terms of expandability and its ability to integrate with new technology in the future. Ease of use was also at the top of Samsung's agenda with its "Zero configuration" NVR solution and there was a large focus on the power of integration within different vertical markets. ASSA ABLOY ASSA ABLOY showcased a number of its access security solutions on its impressive stand. SourceSecurity.com met with Thomas Schulz who gave a comprehensive tour of the stand. From ASSA ABLOY Aperio, there was a focus on the benefits of energy saving for its customers with the Aperio range now featuring battery-powered online and offline locks, cylinders, and escutcheons. There was also ABLOY CliQ technology on show which integrates electronics and mechanics, combining mechanical ABLOY PROTEC locking solutions with low-power electronics. A number of access control solution from effeff, Mul-T-Lock, Traka and Yale were also showcased on the stand. VIVOTEK At the VIVOTEK stand, the SourceSecurity.com team were given a tour of the stand which featured their low-light solution and their latest retail solution On day one of the show, VIVOTEK hosted a luncheon in the Crown Plaza hotel, just a stone's throw from the ExCeL centre. As well as enjoying a great meal, attendees were privy to the company's main focus for the coming year and its milestones and product roadmap for 2014 and beyond. The warm hosts included: Steve Ma, Executive Vice President at VIVOTEK, Brandy Lin, Team leader at VIVOTEK and Owen Chen, the Chairman of VIVOTEK. During the luncheon, VIVOTEK shared its vision of being seen as more than just a camera manufacturer, rather, as a total solution provider. The message of the importance of integration, an increased awareness of the need for reliability of products and ease of use was key on their agenda. At the VIVOTEK stand, the SourceSecurity.com team were given a tour of the stand wich featured their low-light solution and their latest retail solution, which was made up of a series of mini high definition cameras for discreetness. SALTO Salto showcased its latest wireless access control door solution, the XS4 mini. XS4 Mini includes SALTO Virtual Network SVN and wireless capability with mini installation needs. Embedded in the heart of the product is the latest microprocessor technology, ready for the connected world, open and future-proof for online connection, wireless technology and NFC. Seagate During an editorial briefing with the SourceSecurity.com team, Seagate shared their valuable knowledge of the history of storage manufacturing and stressed the importance of choosing the right storage solution for installations. With the rise of "Big Data" and increased storage needs in the surveillance market this is something which has become much more of a consideration. As one of only three storage manufacturers, Seagate's experience and know-how within the surveillance industry is vast and it hopes to push out its knowledge to the industry to ensure that people know the benefits of choosing a fit-for-purpose storage solution. Western Digital SourceSecurity.com spoke to Martin Jefferson at Western Digital, who gave a very detailed explanation of how the new WD purple surveillance hard drive had been created and why it was fit-for purpose. It was a very insightful presentation of the product and demonstrated the inherent need for the market to understand why choosing the right storage solution is vital to any installation.OptexAt the Optex stand SourceSecurity.com spoke to Aude Desbieres, who gave a breakdown of the latest offering from Optex at the show. Amongst the array of new products on the stand, Optex showcased the new analytics features of its laser Sensor, REDSCAN, and a new people counting solution developed by Giken Trastem. There was also a focus on full integration of its IP sensors with Milestone XProtectand Hawkeye mapping software and new grade 2 and grade 3 detectors. Our very own Larry Anderson also sat down with their MD Mike Shibata to discuss the company's future and development roadmap. During an editorial briefing with the SourceSecurity.com team, Seagate shared their valuable knowledge of the history of storage manufacturing and stressed the importance of choosing the right storage solution for installations Tyco Stephen Carney, Director of Product Management for Video Solutions at Tyco Security Products, set down with SourceSecurity.com to give an insight into their product roadmaps and their main focus for the coming year. He spoke on their concept of Unification which looks at integration at code level rather than simply API level. With the launch of their victor 4.5 Unified Client, they hope to give the end user a solution that is more secure and efficient for businesses and organisations that require an active surveillance environment. He also mentioned Tyco's increased focus on the end user and customer experience being at the heart of how they develop their product offering for the market. Senstar At the Senstar booth, SourceSecurity.com were given an insight by Miriam Rautiainen into Senstar's new FlexZone, a fence-mounted sensor that detects and locates intruders. The FlexZone can also locate multiple intrusions simultaneously and is scalable, thus making it an easy and flexible option no matter how big or small the installation needs to be. With FlexZone, less equipment and infrastructure is required, adding to the flexibility of the product. Furthermore, rejecting false alarms is even easier with FlexZone than with Senstar's previous offerings. Miriam also mentioned the acquisition of Optellios earlier this year, which has allowed Senstar to expand on their fibre technology portfolio. Nedap SourceSecurity.com also attended a seminar at the Nedap stand about their collaboration with EE. EE has selected Nedap's AEOS security management platform as part of their plan to expand their business throughout the UK. Since the AEOS system is completely web-based, EE employees can access it from anywhere. Traka At the Traka stand, Tanveer Choudhry, Global Marketing Manager at Traka, gave us a demonstration of their new Traka 21 - a plug and play key management system designed for small to medium size businesses. The system is very user-friendly and easy to use, as Tanveer showed us. Furthermore, a PC connection isn't necessary as the Traka 21 can operate as a stand-alone. However, the system features a USB port, which allows employees to extract user data. The Traka 21 will be available later this year.
icomply’s V-TAS Pro PSIM integration platform is now able to support Samsung Techwin IP network video surveillance cameras. The open platform V-TAS Pro integration software offers Samsung Techwin customers the opportunity to use traditional analogue cameras with the latest generation of WiseNetIII 1.3, 2 and 3 megapixel network cameras and domes. icomply, the UK software developers of V-TAS Pro, a PSIM integration platform, provide integration solutions for critical national infrastructure (CNI), government, retail and transportation applications. Under the technology partnership, icomply have committed to fully integrating Samsung Techwin IP camera and VMS technology into the V-TAS Pro software platform, to enable seamless control of the Samsung Techwin product range through the V-TAS Pro software. “We are continually expanding our integration portfolio which now includes several hundred OEM technologies, from advanced IP cameras and VMS solutions, to access control, intruder and perimeter protection systems and our innovative V-TAS Pro software delivers innovative integration solutions at their best,” said Michael Gallagher, Business Development Director of icomply. “Samsung Techwin’s extensive product range entirely complements the open platform integration that we actively promote at icomply.” V-TAS Pro provides a centralised security platform which enables a wide range of security applications, such as intruder detection, building management and fire systems to connect concurrently on a common interface. It is designed to provide integration solutions for a wide range of market sectors, from government and retail, to transportation. “We are very pleased to have been able to form a technology partnership with icomply,” explains Tim Biddulph, Product Manager for Samsung Techwin Europe Limited. “The Samsung Techwin and icomply technical teams have successfully collaborated to achieve a high level of integration. As a result, our mutual customers now have the option to extend the life of their existing security infrastructure, whilst taking full advantage of the features and functions incorporated within the latest generation of Samsung Techwin WiseNetIII IP cameras which are revolutionising the way installers, systems integrators and end-users can capitalise on the benefits of Video over IP.”
Samsung Techwin has further expanded its highly popular WiseNetIII network camera range with the introduction of six new 3 megapixel models. The new ONVIF compliant day/night network cameras and domes are all able to capture high quality colour images when lighting levels are as low as 0.1 Lux at an ultra-fast frame rate of 30fps at 2048 x 1536P. They are designed for retail, education and healthcare applications as well as for any environment where evidence grade images are required, such as airports, ports car parks and other transport facilities. “We can now offer a family of WiseNetIII 1.3, 2 and 3 megapixel network cameras and domes which collectively provide customers with the flexibility to specify the ideal high definition model to match the requirements of each individual camera location,” said Tim Biddulph, Product Manager for the security solution division of Samsung Techwin Europe Ltd. “We are confident that the outstanding quality of the images captured by the new 3 megapixel cameras will attract the attention of installers and systems integrators across Europe, whilst our high definition 1.3 and 2 megapixel models continue to offer outstanding value for applications where bandwidth limitations and storage requirements are important considerations, as well as image quality.” All of the models in the new WiseNetIII 3 megapixel series utilise P-iris technology which optimises clarity and depth of field, whilst enhanced Wide Dynamic Range, which with performance greater than 120dB, overcomes the challenge of monitoring areas such as receptions or lobbies where there may be strong external lighting and large amounts of glass. Utilising bandwidth friendly H.264 compression with the option to also use MJPEG compression, all of the models incorporate a multi-crop feature, enabling users to highlight and crop areas of interest in order for the camera to only send the images within that area at a preferred resolution and frame rate. A full overview, as well as multiple cropped images from the whole area, can if required, be transmitted simultaneously with this flexibility in the video's resolution and frame rate, allowing a much smarter and efficient use of the available network bandwidth. The new models are also equipped with Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) which can assist in the detection of activity by various means, such as face detection, tripwire and enter/exit direction, object appear/disappear and ‘tampering’, which creates an alert if paint is sprayed on a camera lens or there is unauthorised movement of a camera away from its usual field of view. Alternatively, the motion detection technology built into the WiseNetIII DSP chipset can greatly reduce the false alarm rate by learning what the normal motion of the scene is and ignoring, for example, the fluttering leaves of trees. Other key features include Digital Image Stabilisation (DIS), which negates the effects of vibration, and Defog which can be used to help improve the clarity of images captured in poor weather conditions such as rain, smoke or fog. A built-in SD/SDHC/SDXC memory slot provides the opportunity for authorised users to remotely access and download video that has been recorded onto a memory card. “The introduction of the WiseNetIII 3MP series is a further response to our market research programme which identified what users and installers felt were the key ‘must haves’ in order for high definition IP network cameras to automatically become the preferred choice when a new video surveillance system was being specified, or an existing system was being upgraded,” said Tim Biddulph. “As such, they incorporate a long list of innovative features which reflect our commitment to seek continual improvement in Image Quality, Bandwidth Utilisation and Ease of Use – the ‘Three pillars’ of our development plan.” The six models in the WiseNetIII network 3MP series are: SNB-7004 – 3 megapixel network box camera SNO-7084R - 3 megapixel network weather proof IR bullet camera SND-7084 - 3 megapixel network dome camera SND-7084R - 3 megapixel network IR dome camera SNV-7084 - 3 megapixel vandal-resistant network dome camera SNV-7084R - 3 megapixel vandal-resistant network IR dome camera
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