The highlights of Dahua Technology’s offerings at the recent Global Security Exchange (GSX) show included thermal imaging, the patented Enhanced Power over Ethernet (ePoE), ePoE cameras with new Night Color Technology, and intelligent solutions for key verticals.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to feature so many new and advanced technologies simultaneously,” said Senior Product Marketing Manager Jennifer Hackenburg, during the show. “With a solid foundation of cameras, recorders, and accessories, our aim is to utilize GSX as an opportunity to show the technology that takes our products to the next level.”

Dahua continues to focus on its commitment to introduce innovative and comprehensive solutions to the security industry. The latest innovation is the new ePoE cameras with Night Color Technology that incorporate a high-performance STARVIS sensor and a large aperture lens to produce crisp, clear color images in low-light environments (down to 1 lux). This light-sensitive technology allows the camera to capture more available light and to reproduce color images with superior detail and contrast. The ePoE bullet and dome cameras with Night Color Technology are the newest components in Dahua’s ePoE long-distance transmission solution. ePoE devices incorporate easily into existing PoE or analog systems, as well as in combination to deliver transmission distances of 800 meters (2,624 ft.) over CAT5E/CAT6 cables.

In addition to low-light solutions, Dahua demonstrated its line of thermal cameras that capture identification-level video in complete darkness. All Dahua thermal cameras feature an uncooled Vanadium Oxide thermal imager coupled with an athermalized, focus-free lens that produces crisp images in total darkness and sees through rain, fog and snow. The Dahua thermal camera line includes bullet thermal cameras and hybrid PTZ models that offer a 2MP CMOS sensor along with the thermal sensor for cost-effective, long-range surveillance in a rugged all-in-one package to see the visible and the invisible. All Dahua thermal cameras offer a built-in fire detection feature that identifies a rapid temperature rise and warns of a potential fire.

Dahua also demonstrated its 3MP Dual-sensor People Counting Camera that uses complex real-time people-counting algorithms to deliver accurate flow statistics. The camera uses an advanced Vision Processor Unit (VPU) that delivers high-performance machine vision and visual awareness that enables advanced vision applications that are impossible with conventional ISPs. The dual 3 MP sensors work in combination to deliver a single video stream that captures 3D depth in the image, offering improved accuracy as compared with single-sensor cameras, the company described. “Driving innovation in our industry has always been our goal,” said Wayne Hurd, vice president of sales for Dahua North America.

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