Hikvision has expanded its full-color camera range with ColorVu technology. This offers a much better visual experience than traditional cameras, providing accurately rendered color images with balanced brightness at all times of the day or night. Now the camera range with ColorVu technology includes 4k cameras for UHD experience, and varifocal cameras for unparalleled clarity.
These innovations allow organizations and local authorities to monitor outdoor or indoor spaces, identify breaches as soon as they occur, and react in real time to protect staff, employees and members of the public.
Cameras with ColorVu technology are able to capture high-definition, full-color images in low light conditions because of two key technology breakthroughs: advanced F1.0 large apertures, and high-performance imaging sensors. The cameras also use a new 3D dynamic noise reduction (DNR) algorithm to increase clarity at long range, and a soft and warm supplemental light guarantees colorful images even in zero-light environments.
The cameras with ColorVu can also integrate Hikvision AcuSense technology to distinguish between people, vehicles, and other moving targets such as rain, leaves and animals. Alarms are only triggered when preset intrusion types are detected, allowing security teams to take action.
4 key applications for the cameras with ColorVu
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These examples are the tip of the iceberg in terms of how and where cameras with ColorVu technology can be deployed to boost security and protect people and assets. For more information about the ColorVu technology, please visit here.
Many organizations find themselves with proprietary solutions that aren’t meeting their evolving security needs. These solutions can be a serious liability as they try to respond to new, emerging security threats, a growing footprint, and increasing pressure from decentralization.
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Security Middle East Magazine is delighted to deliver the Riyadh chapter of our SecurMiddleEast events series, taking place at the Faisaliah Hotel on Wednesday, 27th October
Presented to a select audience of key figures in the Kingdom’s security industry – and broadcast to remote viewers around the world – the theme of sharing knowledge around best practices and innovation in enterprise security will continue.
This limited capacity (30 fully-vaccinated attendees) and Covid-secure event will bring together the best of Saudi Arabia’s thought-leaders and innovators to share their insights on key themes:
SecurMiddleEast Riyadh will again be delivered in partnership with key sponsors: Intelligent Security Systems (ISS) and Intel Corporation, as well as a major new sponsor who has come on board – BCDVideo.
Careful consideration and planning is underway to ensure complete compliance of Covid-19 regulations in Saudi Arabia, as well as the safety of all guests, speakers and staff at the events.
There is a call for content and speakers from any senior figures in the region who would like to attend or take part, space will be limited to 30 attendees, so we encourage registering your interest as early as possible.
For full details on the upcoming events, and to register your interest in attending, please visit www.securmiddleeast.com where you can also find complete video coverage from the first event in Dubai.