Hikvision has been awarded souvenir medals by the Hangzhou police department, in recognition of the company supplying ‘best-in-class’ security solutions and services to safeguard the 2016 G20 Hangzhou Summit.
Hikvision’ involvement and preparation for the massive G20 security project was over a year and a half in the making. The company supplied security products to cover a variety of key installations throughout Hangzhou, including Hangzhou’s International Airport, metro and railway stations, highways and main traffic intersections, as well as the G20 Summit conference hall and reception hotels.
Hikvision’s HD network cameras, transition and displaying devices, access control and alarm systems, and centralised management platform were all utilised to play a crucial role in the security project. Of special note, Hikvision’s Intelligent Traffic System was deployed to greatly enhance traffic flow throughout the city, encompassing efficient response, linkage alarms and emergency deployment, to name but a few advanced traffic management features.
Remarkably, Hikvision’s latest technologies, including its UAVs, facial recognition and big data, further elevated the security solution’s capability to another level. “We are proud to have provided our products and support service for the G20 Summit,” commented Cynthia Ho, Vice President of Hikvision. “Hikvision will continue the ongoing investment in research and development, to provide industry-leading and reliable products to the market, and offer more benefits and service to our customers.