Hanwha Techwin introduces NDAA compliant Wisenet Pentabrid Video Recorders
New NDAA compliant Wisenet Pentabrid video recorders just launched by Hanwha Techwin are designed to extend the life of existing analogue based CCTV, whilst providing a smooth and cost-effective migration to an IP network based video surveillance solution. Combinations of analogue or IP cameras up to 4K ultra high definition can be connected to the … Continue reading Hanwha Security Homepage
Hanwha Techwin expands its range of NVRs supporting Wisenet AI cameras
The introduction of 8 and 16 channel Wisenet X Series NVRs makes it cost-effective for even small businesses to take advantage of the licence-free Deep Learning AI video analytics built into Wisenet AI cameras. As is the case with the 32 and 64 Wisenet X NVRs introduced in 2020, by reading the AI metadata captured … Continue reading Hanwha Security Homepage
New affordable medium distance Wisenet QVGA Thermal cameras
The Wisenet TNO-3050T QVGA thermal camera is able to detect vehicles at a distance of up to 4,472m and people at 1,750m, whilst the Wisenet TNO-3040T detects vehicles at up to 2,428m and people at 950m.
14 ways to minimise the total cost of video surveillance
Although investing in a video surveillance system is likely to deliver a high return on investment (ROI) regardless of where and why it is deployed, the TCO of doing so should always be taken into consideration at the design and planning stage. This will ensure users achieve maximum benefit and value from their systems, both now and over many years to come.
AI is not just for high-end video surveillance applications
In addition to helping combat criminal activity, there are countless ways edge-based Deep Learning AI video analytics can help businesses improve productivity and operate safely in a pandemic affected world. With the recent availability of more keenly priced cameras equipped with the technology, users can now expect a high return on investment, regardless of how they capitalise on the technology.
Case Study: Motor Fuel Group in charge with the help of Wisenet cameras
Motor Fuel Group (MFG), the UK’s largest independent forecourt operator, has entrusted Wisenet cameras manufactured by Hanwha Techwin, to help protect its major investment in electric vehicle (EV) charging hubs.
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