New Turbo HD 5.0 security solutions

June 2018 Surveillance, Products & Solutions

To bring HD clarity to analogue surveillance systems, Hikvision launched its first-generation Turbo HD DVRs and cameras in 2013. Since then, subsequent generations of Turbo HD products have delivered various innovations, including ultra-low-light video recording and efficient bandwidth and storage usage.

Building on these security advances, Hikvision has now announced the Turbo HD 5.0 family of surveillance products, which includes AcuSense Turbo HD DVRs and ColorVu Turbo HD cameras. These technologies make it even easier for organisations and individuals to identify and react to security breaches, while also minimising manual interventions and security costs.

AcuSense Turbo HD DVR

Incorporating eleven different DVR models, the AcuSense family uses the latest deep learning technologies to enhance object detection. Specifically, AcuSense Turbo HD DVR detects vehicles or humans, it filters out false alarms triggered by animals, leaves, and other insignificant objects, and minimises costly, time-consuming manual checks. As an additional benefit, the AcuSense Quick Target Search feature identifies and extracts footage of humans and vehicles from vast video datasets automatically, saving staff from searching through massive datasets.

ColorVu Turbo HD camera

ColorVu Turbo HD cameras provide colour video images 24/7, even in the lowest-light conditions. The camera’s round-the-clock colour-boosting capabilities are powered by a large iris and ED optical glass, an anti-glare diffusion lens, large sensing pixels, warm supplemental lighting, and a range of other innovative video technologies. With brighter, more colourful video images, Hikvision customers are protected against security breaches, even when they happen at night.

Frank Zhang, general manager of international product marketing at Hikvision, says, “With AcuSense Turbo HD DVR, we have integrated revolutionary deep learning technology to help our customers filter out false alarms, find video evidence faster, and react to real security threats as soon as they occur. At the same time, ColorVu Turbo HD cameras provide clear, bright, colour images even in complete darkness, alerting customers to security breaches immediately and providing excellent video evidence wherever it’s needed.”

For more information contact Janis Roux, Hikvision South Africa, +27 (0)10 035 1172, [email protected], www.hikvision.com



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