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SECURITY CAMERA PROVIDES ACTIVE DETERRENCE, NOT JUST MONITORING

10-05-2019
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Turbo HD X is a complete system to help stop intruders in real time and avoid damage to or loss of property, recently launched by Chinese-based Hikvision, a leading supplier of innovative security products and solutions.

The Hikvision Turbo HD X series of cameras have a built-in detector that senses infrared light emitted by human bodies, distinguishing it from other visual input. Once a camera detects a potential intruder, its built-in siren sounds and flashes red and blue light to frighten the intruder away.

The cameras can support a wide range of perimeter protection and security system processes for warning at the time and collecting evidence after an event. They help change perimeter protection from passive monitoring to active deterrence in order to protect people and assets, and can be used in shops, warehouses, residences and more.

More importantly, the Turbo HD X is a complete and unified system, featuring front-end devices linking to back-end devices and a remote application. As the front-end alarm sounds and flashes to frighten potential intruders, the system also triggers an alarm at the back end to notify security personnel. Users can also receive alarm information remotely, via an app on their mobile devices.

The cameras can also be integrated with Hikvision’s cutting-edge AcuSense DVRs. Their intelligent false-alarm reduction technology will disregard irrelevant movements picked up by the camera, such as rain, leaves and animals, and instead focus exclusively on human and vehicle movement. Together, this integrated solution dramatically reduces the number of false alarms and ensures security staff focus on actual targets for greater efficiency.

All of this builds on the impressive functionality of Hikvision’s Turbo HD cameras and DVRs since 2013. These have delivered a wealth of innovations to the market, including super-efficient bandwidth and storage usage and ultra-low-light video recording, helping customers to enhance their security systems and perimeter protection.

Frank Zhang, President of Hikvision’s International Product and Solution Centre, says, “Once again, we are bringing fresh ideas and new possibilities to the industry. Usually, video surveillance records are only searched for evidence after someone has suffered the consequences of an intrusion. However, criminals may give up further actions if they believe their behaviour has been detected. By stopping intruders in their tracks, the Hikvision Turbo HD X can help our customers to avoid costly damage and loss of property.”

Hikvision Australia
02 8599 4233
www.hikvision.com

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