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Hanwha Wisenet X with AI

The new line of cameras Hanwha Wisenet X, composed by 28 models of different formats, improves video surveillance systems with Deep Learning, helping to reduce false alarms.

Hanwha Techwin Europe has launched a new range of cameras Wisenet X with integrated, NDAA-compliant AI features. Composed by 28 Models, these devices expand the options available to operators looking to improve their video surveillance system with Deep Learning, helping them reduce false alarms and work more efficiently.

Integrated AI features help operators detect objects like people, Faces, vehicles and license plates, improve image quality and provide valuable business intelligence.

When using Deep Learning, cameras can meet the needs of today's operators. Artificial intelligence makes video easier to manage.

Object detection and classification makes it possible to identify people, Faces, license plates and types of vehicles, including cars, trucks, buses and bicycles. This offers greater situational and context awareness at an event. Irrelevant movements are ignored, like trees, moving shadows and animals, which are often the cause of false alarms with standard motion detection technology.

AI-based analytics aren't just for security either.. They also offer a useful dataset to operations departments., marketing and sales.

With AI-based object detection, companies can perform people counts queue management data and highly accurate heat maps, showing detailed patterns of behavior.

Intrusion detection and loitering are also available in this range and are complemented by virtual channel support that allows operators to simultaneously record and monitor areas or the entire scene..

Improved image quality

WiseNRII noise reduction technology uses artificial intelligence to identify the movement of objects and reduce blur in noisy, low-light environments.

Extreme WDR uses scene analysis technology to reduce the effects of movement, providing clear images, even in conditions of intense backlight, while WiseIR adjusts the infrared illumination output according to the camera's zoom magnification.

WiseStreamIII minimizes bandwidth and storage, compressing all videos except objects and areas of interest. This allows operators to focus only on objects and areas that require their attention., with optimal image quality, minimized bandwidth and lower storage requirements.

X-core vs. X-plus

The range offers dome options, anti-vandalism domes, bullet and classic box cameras, with each device with metal exteriors and, in the case of domes, with highly resistant domes.

This extends the lifetime of each camera and ensures images that will not be distorted by scratches on the lenses.. A drain valve allows the exit of water vapor to prevent moisture accumulation and damage.

Power redundancy is delivered through a combination of POE and power supply. 12 Vdc, the latter being the default power supply. This provides continuous monitoring in case of power failure.

The new Wisenet X range enhanced with artificial intelligence is divided into X-core and X-plus cameras.

The X-plus range offers a modular magnetic design to simplify installation, supports up to 120 ips to capture movement smoothly, a longer IR illumination distance, tilt angle and some additional features and supports. The X-plus range also comes with tele focal length so operators can zoom in on a scene with a viewing angle of 29 mm to see more details.

We have witnessed that artificial intelligence with Deep Learning becomes increasingly important for security as the amount of video that needs to be managed grows.. Hanwha is leading the reduction of false alarms, the business intelligence built into the camera itself and the image quality enhanced with artificial intelligence to a wider range of cameras", explains Uri Guterman, Product and marketing director at Hanwha Techwin Europe.

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By • 25 Apr, 2022
• Section: Video surveillance