Dahua Technology, a leading manufacturer of video surveillance solutions proven the world over, has announced its partnership with Graybar Canada, a renowned distributor of automation, communications, data and electrical products.
Dahua, the large Chinese IP-camera manufacturer, has taken to the sky in delivering an unmanned aerial vehicle —drone— to its offering of security oriented products. Dahua is looking to distinguish their drone as being an industry-level commercial device geared for public safety operations. This is a new direction for Dahua and one that has been undertaken by other IP-camera manufacturers. What distinguishes a Dahua Drone from other Civilian UAVs is the mission it is positioned for: to undertake safety from above. There are in fact two levels of drones, consumer-level and industry-level. Dahua Drones belong to the latter group.
Dahua Technology USA, a leading manufacturer of video surveillance solutions proven the world over, has added five new mid-to-long range Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ) cameras to its Pro Series and Ultra Series. These new PTZ network cameras feature an ultra low-light, 2MP sensor, exceptional wide dynamic range, Starlight technology, and backwards-compatible compression options.
Dahua Technology USA, a leading manufacturer of video surveillance solutions proven the world over, has introduced three new Network Video Recorders (NVRs) to provide a more expansive feature set within their Lite Series and Pro Series product families. The N42, N52, and N54 models have a higher number of PoE ports than their predecessors, and they support the industry’s latest compression codec: Dahua’s optimized Smart H.265+.
Dahua Technology, a leading solution provider in global video surveillance industry, announced that its Eco-Savvy 3.0, H.265 Wi-Fi and H.265 PTZ series network cameras are now compatible with QNAP’s NAS surveillance applications. Featuring H.265 compression technology, Dahua’s network cameras ensure video recording with lower bandwidth and greater security efficiency. QNAP surveillance applications integrate comprehensive video surveillance features into NAS system, providing storage expandability and storage space management functions to surveillance users.
Dahua Technology USA, a leading manufacturer of video surveillance solutions proven the world over, is now shipping 4K and multi-sensor cameras for coaxial infrastructure. Dahua’s revolutionary HD over coax technology, HDCVI, continues to meet the growing needs of the security industry with these new additions to the product line. The 4K HDCVI camera series is the industry’s first line of 4K over coax surveillance cameras, and Dahua’s HDCVI multi-sensor rounds out the company’s robust offerings of HDCVI products. These innovative cameras provide greater options to users of coaxial infrastructure, allowing them to maximize their investment in legacy systems.
Dahua Technology USA is the first to market with an HD-over-coax 4MP 30x optical zoom PTZ camera. Part of Dahua’s HDCVI 3.0 series, the camera seamlessly integrates with legacy video surveillance systems to deliver the industry’s highest PTZ image quality and range. Dahua’s HDCVI technology simultaneously transmits three signals (video, audio, and control) over a single cable at a distance of up to 700m for RG6 cable and 500m for RG59.
Dahua Technology USA, a leading manufacturer of video surveillance solutions proven the world over, has announced the expansion of its camera lineup featuring Smart H.265+, an enhanced version of the standard H.265 codec. When compared with standard H.264, Smart H.265+ saves on bandwidth and storage up to 80%, decreasing bitrate and alleviating strain on the network. Pairing Smart H.265+ cameras with compatible Dahua storage devices represents a total solution that fully embraces the latest industry compression standards while offering the flexibility to tailor encoding for a particular scene.
Intel Movidius, the world leader in embedded machine vision technology, is helping bring artificial intelligence (AI) to video surveillance cameras.
Movidius participated in an announcement from Dahua Technology USA in which Dahua outlined how it is using Movidius’ Myriad 2 Vision Processing Unit (VPU) technology to power select Dahua video surveillance cameras. These cameras will go beyond traditional functions such as monitoring and recording by offering advanced video analysis features, such as crowd density monitoring, stereoscopic vision, facial recognition, people counting, behavior analysis, and detection of illegally parked vehicles.
Dahua, the world’s second-largest maker of “Internet of Things” devices like security cameras and digital video recorders (DVRs), has shipped a software update that closes a gaping security hole in a wide range of its IP-cameras and DVRs. The vulnerability allows anyone to bypass the login process for these devices and gain remote (and direct) control over vulnerable systems. Adding urgency to the situation, there is now code available online that allows anyone to exploit this bug and commandeer a large number of IoT devices.