November 10, 2017
Hikvision has released the new Turbo 4.0 DVR series with 24 and 32 channel options, giving customers the capability of connecting even more cameras (including IP cameras). This makes it a flexible multichannel solution. It comes as an addition to the Turbo 4.0 solution launched earlier this year.
November 9, 2017
Hikvision is pleased to announce the successful integration of the Hikvision automatic number plate recognition system into the Paxton’s Net2 access control system providing a host of benefits to installers and integrators which in-turn can be passed onto their end-user customers.
November 8, 2017
Hikvision has launched a new generation of firmware for network video recorders called NVR 4.0. The firmware will bring new visual design and new features providing the ultimate user experience. It will be launched in the Hikvision Super I series and I series NVR devices replacing the older NVR 3.0 GUI. Older devices will also be to benefit from the new firmware.
November 2, 2017
Helping to establish the highest levels of site safety and security for end-users, Hikvision, the world’s leading supplier of innovative video surveillance products and solutions, has launched a new range of fixed and portable Under-Vehicle Surveillance Systems (UVSS).
October 31, 2017
Hikvision’s ‘AI Cloud’ establishes a distributed structure incorporating Cloud Computing and Edge Computing. It extends the Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithm from the cloud, to an edge network of on-premises video recorders and servers, and further to edge devices like the security cameras. The three layer architecture all supports the goal to build a new class of AI-powered application, being even smarter and faster.