Wisenet IP Network Cameras Chosen for Phase One of Concorde Istanbul Project

04 May 2018

A combination of  Wisenet high definition SND-L6013R dome and SNO-L6013R bullet cameras have been installed throughout the Concorde Instanbul Project to create a safe environment for people who live, work and visit the area. Images from the cameras are transmitted to a central control room over a  new  IP network infrastructure where security personnel are able to view them 24/7 on large screen monitors. The images are also recorded and stored for 30 days on Wisenet network video recorders (NVR’s), in case they are needed for evidence purposes.

concord-instanbulThe contract to renovate rather than demolish five old and dangerous residential tower blocks as well as Fikirtepe’s commercial area, was awarded by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanisation to the main building contractor, Teknik Yapıspecilaise, who are experts in carrying out building works on risky buildings. ITG Projects were subsequently chosen to implement the neighbourhood’s new video surveillance system and IP network.

Successful Partnership

The video surveillance system was designed by Hanwha Techwin in cooperation with distribution partner EDS Electronics. “We are proud to have been chosen to fulfil the video surveillance requirements for the first phase of this major project,” said Vildan Keser, Marketing Manager for EDS Electronics. “The synergy we have with the Hanwha Techwin team, which has been established as a result of working together on many other projects, enabled us to deliver a highly effective solution.”


The Wisenet products supplied for the project includes:

  • SNO-L6013R 2 megapixel weatherproof network bullet cameras which are ideal for monitoring public areas such as the corridors in residential tower blocks as they have a ‘Hallway’ feature for the monitoring of narrow vertical areas. They also have built-in IR illumination and WDR to capture high quality images in varying light conditions. The SNO-L6013R also features motion detection, privacy masking zones, audio support, PoE, an SD/SDHC memory slot and LDC (Lens Distortion Correction) which compensates for image distortion which can occur with wide angle lenses.
  • SND-L6013R 2 megapixel IR dome cameras which share the same features of the SNO-L6013R and are

Both cameras utilise H.264 and MJEG compression and offer the flexibility to choose from a wide range of image resolutions to optimise video streams and significantly reduce the load on the network and data storage systems.

  • XRN-2010 32 channel NVRs which have 8 internal HDDs that provide up to 48 terabyte of video storage and are able to support additional E-SATA/iSCSI storage. The XRN-2010s are also able to support 265, H.264 and MJPEG compression and are able to record and store images from 4K (12 megapixel) cameras should they be installed in future phases of the project.


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