Hanwha Techwin America announced that Wilson Bank & Trust, a Tennessee-based independent, community-based bank, has upgraded the security infrastructure at 40 of its locations with Hanwha cameras. The Bank wanted IT-based, PoE (Powered over Ethernet) cameras that could produce high-quality video and did not require licenses. They also wanted DVRs or NVRs that would give them longer-term retention rates, 90-days at a minimum.
Genetec announced that Firmware Vault, the industry’s first camera firmware update service developed by an open architecture VMS vendor, now supports cameras from Axis, Bosch, and Panasonic in addition to existing support for Hanwha Techwin cameras. Designed to help IT administrators and systems integrators stay up to date with the latest camera firmware, Firmware Vault helps organizations ensure they have the latest protection from the manufacturer against cyber threats.
Hanwha Techwin America announced that Hanwha’s Wisenet™ L series cameras are now compatible with the Genetec Stratocast™ cloud-based VSaaS. Through this technology partnership, customers across a broad range of industries will now be able to reap the benefits of an easy to install true-cloud solution whether they want to support hybrid-cloud deployments, add new cameras in remote locations, or serve the needs of small and mid-sized installations in a cost-effective way.
Hanwha Techwin America announced the availability of its latest multi-sensor cameras. The new cameras feature motorized varifocal lenses for precise control of focal length, angle of view and zoom for each direction. Each sensor supports remote PTRZ control for efficient installation and easy adjustment. The new cameras feature built-in IR illumination for each sensor, while the 2MP PNM-9084QZ is a compact and cost-efficient four-channel PTRZ camera.
At ISC West 2020, in booth #14079, Hanwha Techwin America will demonstrate new PoE extender cameras. These unique cameras are designed to save integrators and end users time and money when adding additional cameras to existing installations. For new installations, integrators can plan to run two PoE cameras per cable run, also saving on the number of ports and number switches required as well.
Hanwha Techwin America announced Father Joe’s Villages, a non-profit organization with a mission to prevent and end homelessness in San Diego, has chosen to install security cameras from Hanwha Techwin to ensure the safety of its clients, staff, and volunteers. Established in 1950 in a small chapel in downtown San Diego to serve San Diegans experiencing homelessness and poverty, Father Joe’s Villages has since grown to include a comprehensive campus and scattered-site programs.
Hanwha Techwin America announced that Planet Fitness, with the help of their preferred system integrator Adirondack Direct, recently incorporated a video surveillance solution from Hanwha Techwin and Genetec that not only enhances security but also improves operations. Each of Planet Fitness’ corporate-owned clubs throughout North America is outfitted with approximately eight to 15 video cameras.
Hanwha Techwin America will announce its latest multi-sensor camera, the Wisenet PNM-9000VD delivering 5MP image quality and modular lens configuration at ISC West 2019. The PNM-9000VD supports 30fps image capture and true 120 dB WDR without compromising frame rate for each of its 5MP sensors. For maximum adaptability, configurable factory focused lens/CMOS sensor modules are available in 3.7, 4.6, and 7mm for multiple fields of view which can be easily installed on site.
As published previously on SecurityHive, Samsung Electronics announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell its shares of Samsung Techwin to Hanwha Group. With the stock purchase, Hanwha Group will become Samsung Techwin’s largest shareholder. Samsung Techwin has achieved incredible growth globally in the professional security industry over the past several years.
Samsung Techwin announced on Friday (November 28, 2014) that Samsung Group affiliates will sell their holding stakes in Samsung Techwin to Hanwha Group. Samsung Techwin is a major supplier of video surveillance equipment. Hanwha Group is a large South Korean conglomerate. Samsung Group is reorganizing its business empire to make it easier for the children of Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (005930.KS) chairman Lee Kun-hee, 72, who has been hospitalized since a May heart attack, to divvy up the conglomerate.