Hanwha Vision to showcase surveillance technologies at ISC West 2024

ISC West

Share this content


Hanwha Vision has announced its portfolio of cloud-based and artificial intelligence (AI) devices and apps will be showcased at ISC West 2024.

Combined with business intelligence software and AI-based data analytics, Hanwha Vision reports it is developing solutions to help organizations generate actionable insights to drive informed business decisions.

“Security professionals today need new solutions that fit the constantly changing nature of their markets,” said Miguel Lazatin, Senior Director of Marketing, Hanwha Vision America.

“Hanwha is constantly listening to its customers, and the results of that collaboration will be on display at ISC West in the form of diverse and powerful cloud and software-based solutions that address specific business challenges.”

Embracing the cloud “as-a-service” allows users to create intuitive and customized video security deployments that are also simple enough for users to manage on their own.

Cloud-based video surveillance frees users from many of the day-to-day burdens of managing and operating a surveillance operation – while allowing them to adopt an OPEX business model.

In addition to saving CapEx costs, organizations can reduce, or even eliminate, their time spent on maintaining hardware infrastructures.

A fully cloud-based solution

OnCloud is Hanwha Vision’s new direct-to-cloud video management system providing low-latency access to live and recorded video, searchable clips and event notifications.

It’s a fully cloud-based solution for monitoring an organization’s locations and assets, whether it’s across a single facility or multiple sites.

OnCloud uses Natural Language Processing to make forensic review faster and more accurate.

Searching is instant – no waiting while a camera uploads from a gateway, an NVR, or an SD card.

The results are instantly available. Search results can also be filtered by object classification and attributes.

Users can invite integrators to share a dashboard view of customer sites to identify potential issues before they arise.

During an investigation, collaborators can securely upload documents, images and video files from their phones or other sources to share complete incident details. 

OnCloud will launch with support for more than 150 Hanwha Vision camera models of all types, including PTZ, multi-directional and fisheye, plus a range of resolutions and form factors.

ONVIF camera compatibility is available via Hanwha’s Cloud Gateway, a compact, PoE-powered appliance.

Users can add existing ONVIF cameras, or Hanwha cameras that aren’t direct-to-cloud.

Designed for up to 16 cameras, users can scale by adding multiple appliances easily while occupying minimal real estate.

Device maintenance

Hanwha reports DMPro is a cloud-based solution that provides device maintenance and system health monitoring capabilities.

DMPro leverages the cloud to provide peace of mind to system integrators seeking to maintain their deployments no matter where they are.

DMPro delivers near-real-time notifications to users when their camera deployments require attention.

DMPro can either be deployed as a standalone system using the DM Bridge software or directly integrated with WAVE Sync to pull in information from our cameras and Wisenet WAVE VMS systems.

Through DMPro, customers can keep their cameras’ firmware up-to-date and maintain the highest cybersecurity practices.

Optimizing customer experience

SightMind AI metadata visualization software use the data already being generated by the embedded edge AI analytics in Hanwha Vision cameras.

The software processes the metadata and presents it through customizable widgets and charts in a visualized dashboard.

Users can gather data from multiple cameras and sites to generate valuable business insights to support data-driven decisions that can impact the success of their entire operations.

SightMind software also offers a view into statistics that optimize the customer experience, increase productivity and enhance profitability.

Expanding object detection

FLEX AI can train solid-object detection models that Hanwha‘s P series AI cameras can comprehend.

This cloud-based application lets users train objects with as few as 20 images.

According to Hanwha, this solves the challenge of customers having to create their own custom detection models by expanding beyond the typical people and vehicle recognition to include almost any object.

FLEX AI connects to WAVE Sync to retrieve the latest training video assets and to existing P series AI cameras to upload trained models.

Receive the latest breaking news straight to your inbox