The two most common challenges in traditional perimeter protection are frequent false alarms and poor imaging quality in limited light. Since Uncooled Focal Plane Array senses thermal radiation instead of visible light, thermal cameras can “see” objects and scenery in virtually any weather and under any lighting condition. Hikvision’s Security Thermal Cameras utilize advanced thermal detectors that provide excellent image performance with a high efficiency. They are ideal for perimeter protection 24/7.
Hikvision’s Security Thermal Cameras have the following advantages:
The cameras capture stable round-the-clock video, regardless of environmental factors such as zero light, bright light, backlight, shadows, fog, smog, and rain.
They provide ultra-effective detection like for line crossing, intrusion, and region entrance and exit. Using integrated graphics processing units (GPU), Deep Learning algorithms are able to reduce false alarms triggered by non-human and non-vehicle objects in outdoor and indoor perimeter defense applications.
Hikvision’s Security Thermal Cameras also feature Bi-Spectrum Image Fusion technology, which provides more image detail by supplementing thermal images with optical ones, providing viewers a powerful tool to identify hidden objects and verify unusual events. The dual-module design reduces the costs required to install separate thermal and optical cameras.
The Bullet Series includes a single-lens thermal bullet, bi-spectrum bullet, and a smart-linkage tracking system. Based on advanced detectors and Hikvision's own imaging processing algorithm, the thermal bullet boasts industry-leading clarity. Combined with a deep learning algorithm, bullet series cameras are widely used in critical infrastructure, such as photovotalic stations, airports, highways, and more. With real-time temperature measurement technology, bullet series hardware ensures safety in waste removal centers, recycling centers, and anywhere rapid temperature changes are critical.
The PT Series includes positioning system cameras and stable PTZ cameras, which integrate thermal modules with optical ones. PT Series thermal cameras can be equipped with extended lenses, thanks to their large, stable construction. Thermal focal length options vary from 50 mm to 180 mm, and the detection range of human can be up to 5 km (based on Johnson's Criteria). Moreover, with their solid design, PT Series cameras operate steadily at great heights.
All Speed Dome Series Thermal Cameras integrate thermal modules and optical modules together. Boasting 360-degree continuous pan range, and -5 to 90-degree or more tilt range, the speed dome series thermal cameras can automatically track targets in thermal and optical channels simultaneously when an alarm is triggered. What's more, the hardware also supports multi-scene temperature measurements.