P T Z Camera(Pan - Tilt - Zoom)
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The Line crossing detection is a function that detects people, vehicles, or other objects which cross a pre-defined virtual line and then some certain functions can be performed when the alarm is triggered (such as email, event notification, audible alert, etc.)
P T Z Camera (Pan - Tilt - Zoom)
A pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera works by moving the camera in different directions to get a whole picture of the surveillance area and zooming in for further detail of security events. The pan, tilt, and zoom capabilities make it possible to monitor large areas with a single camera while getting great detail at the same time.
FOR FASTER NAVIGATION, PLEASE CLICK ONE OF THE OPTIONS BELOW OR THE ANCHORS TO THE RIGHT TO TAKE YOU DIRECTLY TO THE SUBJECT YOU WISH TO SEE.
PTZ VIDEO DEMO
PAN RANGE: 360° ENDLESS
TILT RANGE: -15° TO 90°(AUTO FLIP)
ZOOM RANGE: 25x OPTICAL ZOOM, 16x DIGITAL ZOOM
Facial Recognition Camera
The next level of security and business technology- Facial Recognition.
Powerful new technologies like Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence have recently been developed to offer an entirely new level of security. Video capture and recording solutions today can record facial images and compare them with incredible accuracy.
This technology serves best where suspect identification is most crucial, including government and diplomacy buildings; borders and customs areas; travel nodes such as air and sea ports, just to name a few.
Focus and Act- Pay Attention to Human and Vehicle Events
A sense of safety is one of the most basic human needs, personal and property safety are integrated into that sentiment as well. And this is exactly why people install security systems in their homes and businesses.
Compared to conventional sensor-based alarm systems, a surveillance system that utilizes cameras has several advantages: the ability to watch events in real-time, obtaining key data around those events, and providing solid and accurate evidence for law enforcement.
By adding a touch of intelligence to Hikvision’s popular cameras and video recorders, AcuSense technology makes these products your perfect choices for an accessible and intelligent security system!
Human and Vehicle Intrusion
Spotlights the Events that Matter
The most common concerns in perimeter protection are trespassing and vehicle break-ins. AcuSense helps you to focus on these events in two ways: alarm will only trigger when the preset intrusion type takes place, and related videos are sorted by categories for easier search.
Deep Learning Algorithm
The Magic Behind It All
The most common concerns in perimeter protection are trespassing and vehicle break-ins. With AcuSense, alarm will only trigger when the preset intrusion type takes place, and related videos are sorted by categories for easier search.
View in Color, Even in Darkness. View brighter and clearer images produced by the latest Hikvision technology—ColorVu! Hikvision ColorVu Cameras’ powerful ability to capture details in low lighting comes from two specific breakthroughs in hardware technologies: advanced lenses and high-performance sensors. Coupled with a supplemental light for extremely dark scenarios, ColorVu cameras guarantee video with colorful details when you need them.
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License Plate Recognition
License Plate Recognition (LPR) cameras detect passing vehicles and capture images of their license plates. The LPR ultra-low light smart camera is able to capture vehicle images and recognize the vehicle number (license) plate in dim light environments.
Getting clear surveillance over a large area- such as a warehouse, a grocery store or a parking lot- isn’t always the simplest task, and it typically calls for multiple cameras and cabling to be installed at a variety of locations, in order to cover all fields of view.
The Fisheye cameras work by using a panoramic lens to capture the view of multiple cameras in one single device. If positioned on the wall, they offer a 180 degree view, and then on the ceiling, they offer a 360 degree coverage of the floor below- with no blind spots.
Thermal imaging cameras use heat sensors to measure infra-red energy radiating from the elements within their field of view, translating the varying temperatures into an image.
Naturally, elements like buildings or foliage will be cool, while anything that emits heat or uses energy – people, animals, vehicles, lights, fire and so forth – will be warm. The result is a contrasting image of hot and cold, with the warmer items more clearly visible, even if they are obscured from view.
This makes thermal imaging ideal for preventing safety and security incidents, and for responding rapidly when they do occur.