Q. What are the latest trends related to security industry?
The top trending technologies driving the security industry in the year 2018, were Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning. The AI technology will continue to become more common and more powerful. This trend will strengthen critical security efforts in every sphere.
The latest trends are as follows:
- Increased penetration of Artificial Intelligence & Deep Learning technologies
- Growing awareness about Data Privacy and Data Protection
- Demand for Forensic Video Analytics as a service
- Smart Face Recognition Solutions
- Body Worn Cameras for Homeland Security
- Wider Proliferation of IoT Applications in Smart Transportation, Smart Retail & Smart Home segments
- Adoption of Big Data Applications in Smart City and Safe City Projects
- Blockchain Technology enabled applications in Video Surveillance
- Increased IP Adoption compared to Analog HD trend
- Smart Integration of Video Surveillance with Access Control and Perimeter Security
Q. How your products are in line with latest technology?
Hikvision has introduced AI enabled products and solutions in video Surveillance and access control segments. Now, Hikvision’s Deepin View Cameras and Deepin Mind NVRs and Servers are leading the way in this new world of video surveillance technology by making invisible intelligence visible for users, and then putting that intelligence to good use.
Hikvision has developed a Smart Retail Solution that provides comprehensive CCTV security to protect staff and customers and assist loss prevention. Not only that, this smart retail solution features data collection and analytics for enhancing business value. Benefiting from Deep Learning Technology, three intelligent functions for retail support include people-counting to track customer traffic and volume, heat mapping to know the popularity of goods in the shopping area, and queue detection to monitor the queuing situation in real-time.
Hikvision’s face recognition terminals were introduced in the Indian market. These face recognition terminals are embedded with deep-learning algorithms for access control and office scenarios for improving building operations, workforce management and safety operations. Hikvision has embedded Deep-Learning algorithms into its face recognition terminals, providing fewer transmission delays and a reduced load on backend components. Hikvision’s EZVIZ Smart Home solutions offer IP cameras for securing the family.
Q. What is your vision for next year to be ahead of competition?
Hikvision has again topped the global security 50 ranking in 2018. Hikvision has successfully retained its top position by earning the highest net profit in the 2017 fiscal year with US$ 1235.1 million, which is the only company in 2018 a&s Security 50 that has generated more than US$ 1000 million net profit.
As a leader in technological advancement, we are fully committed to “seeing“– empowering the ability to “see” in both broad terms and in highly-specified ways. Enabling the progression from “seeing” to “seeing clearly” and “understanding”, the value of video technology is growing rapidly. In addition to security, today’s video technology provides highly valuable business intelligence across an expanding range of industries and applications. With an extensive product line and highly effective solutions, Hikvision always adds great values to its partners, customers, and end-users. And Hikvision will continue to equip its customers various needs in security and business development through its accumulated expertise in AI and video technology.
In an ever-changing world, Hikvision’s original goals have not changed – namely, to provide value to all customers, to combat crime and terrorism, and to provide a safer society for communities, families and children. From our original slogan, “First Choice for Security Professionals”, to our newest one, “See Far, Go Further”, Hikvision maintains its path toward excellence.