Published on 14 March, 2014
|Dahua’s HD Sync Auto Focus Camera and Full-HD TV Box won the iF Product Design Award
Dahua two products — HD Sync Auto Focus Camera and Full-HD TV Box, won the 2014 iF Product Design Award.
The iF Product Design Award was introduced in 1954 in Germany and is annually conferred by the iF International Forum Design. Every year, iF Award attracts more than 2,000 product entries from around 37 nations, which are judged by renowned experts, with the best of them receiving iF seal of outstanding design quality.
Among other winning designs, Dahua network camera and TV box are two must-see. Dahua HD Sync Auto Focus Network Camera seamlessly combines the camera and bracket, which not only assures an aesthetic shape, but also makes the product dust-proof. And its bracket design satisfies multiple demands for installation and well hides the cables. In addition, the camera uses special material, allowing high infrared light transmittance rate to ensure a good visual effect both during the day and night.
The other award-winning product is Dahua Full-HD TV Box, which integrates home entertainment with monitoring function. Its overall design is smart and smooth as the home-use environment should be taken into consideration.
“The award, itself, is not only a competition but also a trial balloon of future trend, we are very thrilled to be recognised by the iF design committee,” said Tim Shen, Overseas Marketing Director at Dahua Technology. “The stereotype on ‘Made-in-China’ was low value-added and poor in design, but today, some of Chinese manufacturers are proven to the world that Made-in-China products are more than just price and copycats while we value our enhanced design for better user’s experience and product aesthetics.”
“With robust R&D capacity, Dahua will continue to invest in video surveillance market,” added Shen. “As high resolution continues to grow, we believe that we have the ability to present the high definition innovations while taking aesthetics, user-friendliness and details into consideration.”