Hanwha Techwin Takes Part in the Largest U.S. Security Expo ‘ISC West 2018’ : Hanwha Techwin - Security Global Leader

Hanwha Techwin Takes Part in the Largest U.S. Security Expo ‘ISC West 2018’

2018.04.18 0
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Takes Part in the Largest U.S. Security Expo ‘ISC West 2018’

Hanwha Techwin (President, Youn Chul KIM) has shown its status as a leader in the global security market by participating in International Security Conference West 2018 (ISC West), the largest security industry trade show in the U.S., in Las Vegas from April 11st-13rd.

▲Hanwha Techwin participates in ISC West 2018

At the expo, Hanwha Techwin not only displayed its world-class products and technology under the theme «The Power of Innovation,» but also showcased a host of solutions and demonstrations of its products and services.
The company’s main presentations at the expo included the new IP video management platform ‘Wisenet Wave’ along with the newest products and solutions including multi-directional cameras, stainless steel and thermal cameras, and mobile solutions.
The multi-directional camera allows monitoring from multiple angles. The previously released four-channel multi-directional camera(PNM-9081VQ) has received considerable positive feedback for its ability to monitor in 360 degrees. The recently launched two-channel camera(PNM-7000VD) allows the selection and installation of two lenses from a lineup of four lenses according to the view angle depending on the installation environment, allowing precision monitoring with no blind spots.
A stainless-steel camera is highly resistant to corrosion and acid, and thus, apt for industrial facilities that use chemicals. A thermal camera monitors by detecting heat and is often used for surveillance of forest fires or suburbs, areas of high crowd density and more. At ISC West 2018, Hanwha Techwin set up a demonstration zone to demonstrate the functions and uses of these products.
Mobile solutions are designed to endure vibrations or changes in temperature in vehicles such as buses and trains, boasting an array of video analytical functions of the Wisenet X series including tampering alarm, defocus detection and people counting. They can be installed anywhere inside and outside of the vehicle. These are optimal solutions for public transportation as they enable efficient and effective real-time monitoring of the vehicle’s location and initiate quick responses to car accidents.
Wisenet Wave, Hanwha Techwin’s new IP video management platform, enables easy management, processing and analysis of recorded videos according to user’s preference. Users can set the size of images and display as desired, using Wisenet Wave’s convenient and intuitive functions. Easy enlargements of specific parts also mean detailed monitoring. Video analytical functions include motion detection, sound classification and queue management, and even a vast amount of image data retrieval is possible through a smart search function that enables searching based on keyword, date and time.
Additionally, the ultra-low illuminance ‘extraLux’ series, along with Wisenet P∙X∙Q series, caught the attention of visitors at ISC West 2018.
A Hanwha Techwin source said, «The U.S. is a powerhouse in the security industry, accounting for approximately 23 percent of the global market for video surveillance according to IHS Markit,» adding, «Since ISC West 2018 was an occasion for everyone in the global security industry to gather, we plan on fully utilizing this opportunity to promote the world-class quality of Hanwha Techwin products and solutions to consolidate our leading position as a global video security company.»
ISC West is the biggest security event in the U.S. where IT and IoT security companies showcase the latest in security technology and solutions. More than 1,000 companies participated in this year’s exhibition.