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These equipments offer filters to detect false alarms, facial recognition, people count and ANPR. They can be reliably implemented in new and existing surveillance systems, providing a sophisticated level of incident tracking or even pre-incident alerts.

Hikvision DeepinView

Hikvision announced the launch of NVR Deep Learning with the new series of DeepinView IP cameras that offer power and intelligence to optimize the performance of surveillance systems in a wide range of security and management applications.

Hikvision DeepinViewHikvision's Deep Learning algorithms have much deeper programming than conventional intelligent algorithms, that only operate on a surface level. They perform self-learning functions and provide video content analysis performance (Vac – Video Content Analytics) very accurate and consistent. Combined with high-speed GPU processing, DeepinView cameras deliver faster computing with large amounts of data.

Critical analytics, like false alarm filters, facial recognition, people count and ANPR, can be deployed more reliably in new and existing surveillance systems with versatile applications, providing a sophisticated level of alarm tracking and activation during incidents or even pre-incident alerts.

Hikvision's Deep Learning technology allows DeepinView cameras to detect people while filtering objects and movements within a scene where conventional VCA systems would trigger false alarms. This is very useful for perimeter protection, where too much time and resources are often invested to locate alarms and relevant information.

Hikvision Deep Learning

Facial recognition

Facial recognition can be implemented in many security and management scenarios in a variety of applications to alert system operators to the presence of people of interest. This is achieved by modeling facial images and calculating similarities.

This technology is becoming a crucial tool against people entering casinos, because an individual's identity can be used to alert security guards to the presence of a known criminal, allowing security personnel to deny you access. In this way, fraudulent behavior can be prevented.

This technology can also be used to prevent the entry of known criminals into sports stadiums or restaurants.

Hikvision DeepinView

People count

Hikvision DeepinViewIn transport hubs, retail stores, sports facilities, tourist attractions and car parks, collecting and analyzing accurate information about visitors can help companies improve their profitability and business management.

People counting video analysis (People Counting) you can record the number of people entering and leaving a particular area. You can record customer traffic that enters a store every day or monitor the number of people in a store to ensure that health and safety limits are not violated, like for example in a museum where crowds walk.

Vehicle management

Hikvision DeepinViewTraffic monitoring and automatic license plate recognition analysis can be implemented (Anpr) to control vehicle movement and improve the efficiency of traffic management strategies. ANPR can be used to identify vehicles with registered license plates and allow them access to public and private car parks automatically.

Deep Learning Hikvision DeepinView cameras learn tuition information within a scene and recognize a higher number of license plates than conventional ANPR systems, without the camera's positioning settings.

Hikvision DeepinViewWhen used in areas with a large population and highways, DeepinView's traffic monitoring analytics features capture traffic violations such as skipping traffic lights, wrong driving, bad parking or forbidden make-of-the-counter changes, contributing to reduced traffic congestion and the risk of accidents.

“DeepinView's new range of IP cameras combines video data, Hikvision's innovative set of intelligent technologies to deliver a whole new level of video surveillance applications. With the DeepinView range, Deep Learning video analytics will transform standard CCTV systems into intelligent systems, incorporating HD-quality alerting and auto-detection capabilities to provide more efficient surveillance system management”, comments Keen Yao, Hikvision International Business Centre Vice President.

Hikvision has incorporated Deep Learning technology into a whole family of products such as DeepinView IP cameras, DeepinMind NVRs and DeepinMind video analytics serverThe release dates of these products will be announced on Hikvision's website .

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By • 2 Nov, 2017
• Section: Alarms, Systems control, MAIN HIGHLIGHT, Detection, Video surveillance