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WISENET CAMERAS HELP KEEP RAIL IMPROVEMENTS ON TRACK

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Network Rail is keeping a close eye on work being carried out at its Ambergate rail site with the help of the advanced technology built into the latest generation of video surveillance dome cameras.
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WHAT IS WDR?

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Uri Guterman, Head of Product & Marketing for Hanwha Techwin Europe, shines a light on the Wide Dynamic Range and what benefits it brings to video surveillance systems.
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HANWHA TECHWIN’S WISENET T SERIES SAFEGUARDS CHEMICAL FACILITIES WITH HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

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Global security company Hanwha Techwin is playing a major role in ensuring a safe working environment for Hanwha Chemical, Korea’s leading petrochemical company. Hanwha Techwin’s network cameras, ‘Wisenet T’ industrial surveillance lineup, have been installed at the Hanwha Chemical.
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WISENET GOES NATURE WATCHING

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Wisenet cameras manufactured by Hanwha Techwin have been installed in the Slovakian National Park of Veľká Fatra, to enable animal lovers and students to remotely observe the behaviour of birds, bears, boars and foxes in the wild.
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ONE STOP SHOP FOR VIDEO ANALYTICS

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In a tough economic environment, end-users are understandably looking to achieve maximum benefit from their investment in a video surveillance system, either to assist them deter and detect criminal activity or to help them identify areas of their business where efficiency could be improved.
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OPEN SECURITY & SAFETY ALLIANCE

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Bosch Building Technologies, Hanwha Techwin, Milestone Systems, Pelco™ by Schneider Electric and VIVOTEK Inc. are founding members supporting the launch of The Open Security & Safety Alliance. This alliance represents leading companies in the security, safety, building automation solutions and associated industries.
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