Hanwha Techwin has successfully accelerated its programme to integrate Wisenet X cameras with leading VMS solutions such as Genetec Security Center 5.6 and Milestone XProtect. Powered by the Wisenet 5 DSP chipset, the latest generation of Wisenet X cameras feature the advanced wide dynamic range (WDR) and a motorised varifocal low light lens. The manufacturer claims that the 26 new H.265 cameras and domes are collectively able to meet the requirements of virtually any video surveillance project, regardless of the lighting conditions from bursts of bright sunlight to almost total darkness, without the need for IR LEDs or supplementary lighting.
‘A key element of our ‘We move with trust’ philosophy is a commitment to ensure our end-user customers are able to achieve the full benefit from their investment in a video surveillance system,’ stated Bob Hwang, Managing Director, Hanwha Techwin Europe.
‘By working in partnership with Genetec, Milestone and other VMS providers, we are providing the opportunity for our Wisenet X cameras to be controlled and monitored alongside equipment produced by other manufacturers. Regardless of which platform customers choose, they can expect to have a high degree of control of Wisenet X cameras, as well as the flexibility to integrate with specialist analytics applications and access control.’
Hanwha Techwin’s range of cameras and recording devices have also been successfully integrated with SureView’s Immix CS central station software platform. The integration allows the latest Wisenet IP camera series and NVRs, as well as analogue DVRs, to interact with Immix CS which is designed to improve the efficiency of central alarm monitoring stations offering video monitoring services.
The same level of integration has also been achieved with Immix Command Centre (CC), a PSIM (physical security information management) software platform used to monitor alarms, access control, audio and situational awareness systems.