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Hikvision launches Security Radar
November 2018, Perimeter Security, Alarms & Intruder Detection, Access Control & Identity Management, Integrated Solutions

Hikvision has launched its Security Radar intrusion detection solution. The solution uses Hikvision technology to accurately pinpoint the location and motion trail of up to 32 potential intruders per radar, even in the harshest weather conditions.

Hikvision Security Radar is aimed at monitoring large, exposed spaces with harsh weather, and where the perimeter environment is too complex for deployment of only video surveillance cameras. Thanks to its reliability in all weather, wide detection angle and ultra-accurate intruder detection capabilities, this solution is perfect for locations such as ports, airports and large open industrial areas.

Accurate detection over a wide area

Traditional cameras or motion detectors such as active Infrared and video motion detection have limitations in pinpointing the exact location of a potential intruder related to their detection area. Hikvision Security Radar, however, can offer accurate detection over a wide angle of 100°, and up to a distance of 60 m.

Security Radar uses digital beam-forming technology and intelligent analysis algorithms to accurately detect all target movements in all weather conditions, keeping false alarms to a minimum. What’s more, IP67 rating gives peace of mind that the hardware itself is all-weather approved.

Security Radar can also link with as many as four Hikvision PTZ dome cameras at once. This configuration will not only trigger an alarm when an intruder is detected, it will also trigger video recording to help with visual verification of the intruder. Furthermore, the cameras and the radar can be installed in different locations. This Hikvision-patented video linking solution enables users to view, accurately track and record multiple images of targets simultaneously, all while identifying their precise movements such as running, walking, crouching and crawling.

The Hikvision Security Radar has multiple scene modes, making it suitable for a variety of applications. Shrub Mode, for instance, is best suited to areas surrounded by dense forest, as it will filter out false alarms such as shaking trees or heavy rain. Open-Area Mode is ideal for large, open, sensitive locations such as ports. And the Custom Mode enables users to fine-tune settings to suit their particular needs.

Security Radar is compatible with a variety of brackets, such as bullet-PTZ brackets, for easy installation. It also supports Power over Ethernet (PoE) so users can just plug and play.

For more information about the Hikvision Security Radar, please visit https://www.hikvision.com/en/products/alarm/security-radar/ds-pr1-60


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