Conventional surveillance cameras are already capable of capturing video in daytime and well-lit areas. However, when faced with a poorly lit area or at night, these cameras’ video capture abilities begin to diminish as sensors must compensate for the lack of light by increasing sensitivity, thus producing a noisy image, if one is produced at all. Since clear day and night monitoring is an important benchmark in assessing a surveillance system’s effectiveness, thermal imaging devices present a clear advantage in their ability to convert heat energy into an image visible to the human eye.
Zhejiang Dahua Technology Co. signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Borsodchem ZRT, a world leading chemical manufacturer top ranked in the field of MDI. This agreement means Dahua Technology will, together with its authorized local distributor, realize the implementation of its Intelligent Industrial Park Solution for the very first time in Europe. Witnessed by management teams from both sides, this agreement was signed by Vice President of Procurement and Logistics at WANHUA Borsodchem, Mr. Szabó János and Managing Director of CEE & Nordic at Dahua Technology, Mr. Colin Wang.
Zhejiang Dahua Technology has launched its new time attendance terminals: the DHI-ASA4214F and DHI-ASA6214F. These highly intelligent devices will support both face and fingerprint identification for access control and time attendance in office scenarios, enabling easy staff management and security control. Fingerprint or face identification devices is commonly seen in today’s workplace, but Dahua’s attendance terminals offer dual-biometric identification integrated into a single device.
Zhejiang Dahua Technology signed a strategic cooperation agreement with TÜV Rheinland (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., a world leading third-party inspection, testing and certification company. TÜV Rheinland will provide a comprehensive solution that centers on IoT (Internet of Things) product privacy protection certification towards multiple Dahua products including IP cameras, network video recorders, software platforms, intelligent servers, etc. The cooperation aims to help Dahua Technology better cope with the upcoming implementation of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a data privacy law drafted by the European Union as one “most stringent in history”, and will be implemented on May 25th, 2018.
Dahua Technology has officially launched its H.265 XVR product series. After upgrading its codec format from H.264 to H.265 and then to H.265+, H.265 XVR delivers a more cost-efficient storage method with smaller storage, stronger compatibility and enhanced intelligence, solving the much higher demand on storage capability placed by the widespread of 4K/4MP UHD devices, and offering the customers and partners more business opportunities.