Hanwha Vision enhances Q series AI cameras with dual light capabilities

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Hanwha Vision has enhanced its eight and five megapixel resolution Q series camera models with white LED lights, to deliver improved low-light performance.

According to the company, the use of built-in white LED lights allows the reproduction of sharp color images in any lighting condition without the need for external illumination sources, elevating camera performance and simplifying installation.

Combined with AI analytics

The new dual-light capabilities combine with advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) analytics for accurate object, vehicle and people detection.

The white lights can be used to provide brighter, safer environments for pedestrians and vehicles while also functioning as a deterrent by shining a bright light on people loitering or suspicious activities in progress.

“The Q series has built a reputation as a ‘workhorse’ mid-tier entry in the Hanwha Vision camera line,” said Ramy Ayad, Sr. Director of Product Management, Hanwha Vision America.

“Security professionals appreciate its combination of configuration flexibility, especially in high camera count video surveillance applications, as well as ease of use and cost-effectiveness.

“These newest enhancements adding dual light, AI and powerful imaging resolution are all part of the series’ ongoing development to add user-requested features and capabilities.”

Filtering motion triggers

The recent addition of AI to Q series models enabled accurate people and vehicle classification by filtering out irrelevant motion triggers, generating fewer false alarms, the company says.

The new dual-light Q series cameras share many of the AI-driven features found in Hanwha Vision’s previous Q Core series models, including AI-based WiseStream III video compression for bandwidth reduction and WiseNRII noise reduction, AI-based motion detection and an AI-based business intelligence suite.

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