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  • May 15, 2019

    As the green lungs of Mother Earth, the forest is a true natural oxygen bar, it renews our air supply by absorbing carbon dioxide and producing oxygen. The forest is rich in resources, but how to protect forest and achieve harmonious coexistence between humans and forests? Deqing, a forest city in northern Zhejiang Province has shown us with their years of good practices in forest management, conservation and sustainable development.

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  • March 23, 2017

    Helping to identify the location of erroneous odors permeating around areas of the Metropolitan City of Deagu in South Korea Hikvision the world’s leading supplier in innovative video surveillance products and solutions has supplied its PanoVu series 180 degree Panoramic + PTZ cameras to form part of an integrated atmospheric information system.

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  • August 11, 2016

    Salford City Council has experienced a wealth of recent success using Hikvision’s IP cameras – to the extent that it has been standardising on Hikvision cameras across its public space surveillance network of 109 cameras. So when the chance arose to upgrade to a brand new 4K Smart PTZ camera the Council jumped at it. The results including increased viewing distances and image quality without a major impact on bandwidth have been remarkable – and could revolutionise the way Salford uses CCTV cameras in future.

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  • May 26, 2016

    When Mercury Fire & Security was asked to create a fully mobile CCTV solution for Nottingham-based client Magpie Security it turned to Hikvision to confront the triple perils of dust vibration and the British weather. Lewis Foster Mercury’s General Manager and Sam Futer Technical Operations Manager at Magpie Security provide more details on the UK’s speediest surveillance solution.

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  • November 30, 2015

    When Salford City Council began upgrading its public space CCTV cameras with Hikvision’s Darkfighter models video operatives reported some unusual results: they were suddenly able to see crystal clear night time images. Previously low-light surveillance images were murky and suspicious activity hard to make out.

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  • December 11, 2013

    Many people know that England has the most intensive CCTV system in the world. In the security world, at this point, it's fairly common knowledge. In fact, it is estimated that there is one camera for every 32 people in the UK.

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  • January 17, 2012

    While much of the world is gearing up for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in England, Brazil has a little bit of a different focus. Obviously, a country with such a rich and varied sporting history is excited to see how their compatriots will fare in London; but for many Brazilians, the real excitement begins in 2014 – when they host the FIFA World Cup Games.

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  • August 04, 2011

    The growing Argentinean economy has been a boon to the entire country. Unlike the current economic situation in many places in the world, new jobs are being created every day. Lic. Christian Uriel Solano, President of Security One Argentina, noted that one of main benefits – for Argentina as a whole – is the “ability for its citizens to not only get jobs, but to get better jobs."

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  • March 03, 2011

    Thousands of HD fixed and PTZ cameras from Hikvision have been installed in Shanghai Pudong District China the setting for World Expo 2010. The six-month-long event revived the tradition of world fairs and expositions of the kind staged in Chicago (1893) and St Louis (1904) a year in which the extravaganza also played host to the Olympic Games.

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