Hikvision showcases AI technologies at Intersec

Hikvision exhibited the latest innovations in surveillance at Intersec 2018, the largest security exhibition in the Middle East region, that took place from January 21st to 23rd in Dubai, UAE. Artificial Intelligence has become one of the most trending technologies in the security industry. This year, under the theme “AI+ Empowering Partners”, Hikvision showcased a series of its latest and most advanced technological innovations with AI technologies.

Hikvision’s AI Cloud is a highly efficient distributed computing network incorporating the advantages of both Cloud Computing and Edge Computing. This hybrid computing structure helps to relieve the concurrency stress on the cloud by moving huge amounts of data processing to AI-enabled edge devices – a more reasonable and efficient resource allocation that can solve the network congestion and low reliability problems typically inherent in a conventional cloud structure.

At the exhibition, Hikvision showcased the signature Deepinview Series IP cameras and Deepinmind Series NVRs and the latest features powered by AI technology. These products aim to tackle basic security challenges in the areas of object detection, facial recognition, and people counting, as well as human body search.

At Intersec, Hikvision also exhibited the Dark-FighterX Series cameras, which expand upon the human sense of sight by first mimicking the human eye – two distinct sensors for capturing and combining brightness and colour – then extending that ability in extremely low-light environments. The technology results in colourful, bright, and accurate imaging, making night time surveillance video appear nearly as clear as daytime video.

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