Hanwha Techwin’s Top 5 Video Surveillance Trends for 2021
As has become traditional at this time of the year, Hanwha Techwin has announced what it believes will be the top 5 key trends for the video surveillance industry during 2021. They cover AI edge-based solutions, open platform, the Cloud, cyber security, data protection and privacy issues.
2020: A year filled with achievement
The year 2020 saw Hanwha Techwin proudly consolidate its position as a market-leading manufacturer. As well as responding quickly to the need for businesses to operate safely by developing a suite of COVID-19 solutions, we are also very proud to have introduced the industry’s first super-high-resolution 8K camera and launched Wisenet7, our most powerful chipset … Continue reading Hanwha Security Homepage
Hanwha Techwin expands its range of multi-directional cameras
Two new Wisenet cameras equipped with Hanwha Techwin’s ground-breaking Wisenet7 chipset have reinforced the company’s claim to be the market-leading manufacturer of multi-directional cameras.
Hanwha Techwin launches Wisenet Public View Monitors with built-in camera
A new range of Wisenet Public View Monitors (PVMs) equipped with a built-in SSL connected 2-megapixel camera have been introduced to help retailers deter fraudsters and shoplifters. Offering a choice of 10”, 27” and 32” monitors, the 3 new PVMs are designed to be located at store entrances, shopping aisles, till points or self-checkout pay points.
Hanwha Techwin launches IEC 60601 certificated Temperature Detection Thermal camera
The Wisenet TNM-3620TDY is a bi-spectrum, multi-channel device which incorporates a QVGA-class thermal imaging camera and a 2-megapixel video surveillance camera. As such, it can detect heat and measuring temperature with a very high degree of accuracy, whilst providing visual verification of people within its field of view.
New Wisenet 4-Channel Remote Head Camera Module
Remote camera heads comprise an image sensor camera equipped with a fixed, pinhole or fisheye lens. As their name implies, they are designed to be installed remotely from the other components of a video surveillance camera and this means they can be discretely installed within an ATM and other tight spaces, or located neatly into a corner of a room or lift with the help of mounting brackets.
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