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Hikvision wins CCTV Product of the Year for fifth consecutive year in PSI Premier Awards

 

Hikvision has won PSI magazine’s CCTV Product of the Year award for its PanoVu panoramic camera series in the 2020 PSI Premier Awards. It is the fifth year running that Hikvision has won the prestigious reader-voted CCTV Product of the Year prize.

Hikvision’s PanoVu series cameras capture excellent panoramic images as well as close-up images to provide both a full scene overview and fine zoomable detail. The panoramic images are captured by multiple sensors, rendering 180° or 360° imaging with real-time ultra-HD resolution. The integrated design of panoramic and PTZ cameras offers fast detail positioning over panoramic areas.

DarkFighter ultra low-light technology allows PanoVu cameras to perform excellently in poorly-lit environments, and with advanced video analysis and multiple target tracking algorithm, the PanoVu cameras also feature a wide range of smart functions in panoramic mode, including intrusion detection, line crossing detection, and region entrance and exiting detection.

The PSI Premier Awards are run by PSI magazine and voted for by readers. The awards recognise innovation and the highest achievers the security industry has to offer.

Justin Hollis, Hikvision UK & Ireland Marketing Director, said the company was delighted once again to receive the CCTV Product of the Year award from PSI. “There’s a special thrill in winning an award that is voted on by PSI magazine’s readers, as they are the people working with and installing these products on projects every day of the year,” he said. “For Hikvision to win our fifth consecutive CCTV Product of the Year award PSI is a real credit to our product teams and shows our genuine commitment to innovation and quality.”