Central America. Hikvision offers in the market of Mexico and Central America a solution to detect threats in real time, Value IP cameras and network video recorders (NVR), with AcuSense technology, which allows to identify real events of interest and reduce false alarms.
Value IP G2 cameras are the second generation of their kind and serve to optimize security by combining 4 MP or 4K ultra high definition (8 MP) performance with AcuSense technology, so that it captures finer details that help to easily distinguish between people, vehicles and other moving targets.
In addition, these devices, together with the NVR Value IP G2 camcorders help reduce operating costs by reducing false alarms by up to 90%, optimizing the use of personnel resources.
It's worth mentioning that the AcuSense Motion Detection 2.0 has enhanced functionality for detecting and distinguishing between humans, vehicles, and other objects with instant alarms and quick search features. These enhancements allow users to react instantly to live events triggered by the classification of human or car targets, and quickly locate recorded events.
Miguel Arrañaga, Hikvision's pre-sales director in Mexico, commented: "This new line of NVR cameras are another example of Hikvision's commitment to delivering the perfect balance between extreme performance and value. They provide a highly effective and efficient video security solution that is priced for core applications across all vertical markets."
Value IP G2 cameras are available in multiple designs, including bullet body, dome and turret styles, so they can be used indoors or outdoors. These units provide a 32.8-foot longer IR distance than previous models, which translates to sharper black-and-white videos and images at a greater distance.
Finally, all models incorporate H.265 video compression technology and include a built-in microphone. NVRs are available with live viewing, storage and playback capabilities of up to 12 MP, with 32-channel IP camera inputs.
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