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Samsung Techwin Europe Limited set for name change to Hanwha Techwin Europe Limited

Samsung Techwin Europe Limited, the specialist in innovative video surveillance solutions, has announced that as of 1 April 2016, the company will be operating under the name Hanwha Techwin Europe Limited.  

“One year ago, we made the announcement that Samsung Techwin had become a part of the Hanwha Group,” said Bob Hwang PhD, president of Samsung Techwin Europe. “While our name is changing, the innovation, quality and reliability of our products will remain the same. The same is true for our factories, sales companies and channel partners which remain unchanged. Hanwha Techwin Europe will continue to offer the best in value and performance to the professional surveillance and security industry.”

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Bob Hwang PhD

 Samsung branded solutions offered by Hanwha Techwin include a growing line of some of the industry’s most advanced WiseNetIII megapixel cameras, along with new additions to the popular WiseNet Lite line.

The company’s introduction of WiseNet HD+ (Analogue High Definition) cameras and DVRs enables those end users with analogue infrastructures to enter the HD arena.

Hanwha Techwin Europe Limited, a division of Hanwha Techwin, is a leading supplier of advanced video surveillance solutions for IP video, analogue and hybrid systems.

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Building on the company’s history of innovation, Hanwha Techwin Europe Limited is dedicated to providing solutions with the highest levels of performance, reliability and cost-efficiency for professional security applications, such as continuing development in advanced edge devices and video analytics.

*For more information visit: www.samsung-security.eu

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Samsung Techwin Europe launches multi-platform website

The design of Samsung Techwin Europe’s new multi-platform website directly reflects the fact that a large percentage of the company’s customers now wish to have instant access to product and technical support information via their mobile devices.

Visitors to www.samsung-security.eu will find that the website has been developed to be ultra-user friendly and highly responsive across smart phones, tablets, laptops and PCs.

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In addition to data sheets covering all of Samsung’s video surveillance products, visitors will find that the site allows them instant access to a new ‘Download Centre’ where they can find help with technical queries, information on training and a wide range of system design and product installation tools (including video tutorials). 

Our new multi-language website has been designed in light of feedback from customers and business partners throughout Europe,” said Justin Hollis, marketing manager for Samsung Techwin Europe. “We’ve responded by providing installers and system integrators with ready access to information, helping them quickly and easily learn more about the products and services we offer.”

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Hollis added: “The launch of the website is part of a process we’re undertaking to re-invigorate our pre- and post-sales support activities through incremental support and investment from our parent company Hanwha. We will of course continue to listen to our partners and customers so that the website always delivers the best possible customer experience.”

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Samsung all set to offer “out-of-the-box” software solutions on dedicated WiseNetIII Open Platform cameras

Last year, Samsung Techwin introduced its WiseNetIII Open Platform camera range. These bullet, dome and body camera variations run the very latest high performance DSP chipset, giving enough processing power to simultaneously use multiple edge-based applications. Now, Samsung Techwin Europe has given advance notice that the business intends to supply WiseNetIII models with pre-loaded applications.

Here, technology partner manager Dan England explains to Risk UK why Samsung Techwin Europe is going down the route of offering cameras with pre-loaded software, duly highlighting who will benefit from this significant move which is specifically designed to provide out-of-the-box solutions and, in turn, elevate video surveillance from simply being a security system to a smart solution that can deliver so much more for end customers. 

Risk UK: Dan, first of all can you tell Risk UK’s readers about your career to date?

Dan England: Yes, of course. I’m now in my seventeenth year in the security sector and, in that time, I’ve gained experience as an integrator and project manager. I’ve also worked for manufacturers of both access control and CCTV solutions. These days, I have developed a specific interest in edge-based video applications.

Risk UK: Can you also explain what your present role as technology partner manager entails?

Dan England: My overall objective is to ensure that we’re best placed to provide end users with significant added value from their video surveillance systems.

Since Samsung Techwin Europe launched the WiseNetIII Open Platform camera range, we’ve been approached by countless software development companies who want to capitalise on the new business opportunities that can be created by running their solutions on the WiseNetIII cameras.

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Dan England

My role is to manage, encourage and support all of these application developers, as well as video management software (VMS) providers, and work with them in partnership to ensure that our mutual customers have the freedom to choose from a wide range and combination of Samsung-approved solutions.

Risk UK: If you’re intending to pre-load applications on to WiseNetIII cameras, will this not restrict a customer’s choice as to which application they can work with?

Dan England: No, not at all. After listening to market feedback, it makes perfect sense to offer a number of ‘pre-packed’ options for those customers that are perhaps new to video analytics or would benefit from a simple ‘no-fuss’ purchase.

It’s also important to emphasise that customers will still be able to buy Samsung WiseNetIII cameras without any pre-loaded software and still have the option to upload applications of their choice as required. Following the connection of a WiseNetIII camera to the network, installers or operators simply need to upload their preferred app via the camera’s browser.

Risk UK: What are the advantages of ordering Samsung WiseNetIII cameras with pre-loaded applications?

Dan England: Our decision to do this is based on enhancing Samsung’s reputation as a brand that can always be trusted to look for ways to not only make it easier for customers to deploy our video surveillance solutions, but also for them to achieve maximum return on investment. In this respect, Open Platform is an exciting game-changer which we’re determined to help customers take advantage of on a continual basis.

Samsung'S WiseNetIII cameras

Samsung’S WiseNetIII cameras

By pre-loading software which we’ve fully tested and evaluated, we will be saving installers, systems integrators and end users considerable time and effort in having to research the fast-growing list of available applications.

Plus, since we’ve worked very closely with the respective developers of the applications, customers can be assured of a seamless integrated solution that’s easy to configure.

Risk UK: What kind of applications are you recommending to customers?

Dan England: Well, the good news is that some applications, such as Arteco Automatic Number Plate Recognition and Facit video analytics, are already available pre-loaded on Samsung WiseNetIII cameras.

In addition to video analytics, we’ll be offering WiseNetIII cameras and domes pre-loaded with storage, people counting, intruder and perimeter protection applications as well as specialist retail analysis solutions.

Over the coming months, I’ve no doubt that many more different types of applications will emerge.

As predicted when the WiseNetIII series was first launched, one thing we can be certain of is that we will be able to look back in a year or so and be amazed at the diversity of applications that have been introduced. The very latest out-of-the-box application is in fact a specialist time-lapse solution from Pernixia which has been developed to meet the requirements of the broadcast and construction industries.

Risk UK: It sounds like it might be quite complicated for customers to order WiseNetIII cameras with the right application pre-loaded, and particularly so if they want to take advantage of the cameras’ ability to run more than one application. Is that the case?

Dan England: In reality this will not be a problem. Using smart part numbers, we will make it a ‘no fuss’ process for customers to identify and order the ideal camera/applications combination. 

Risk UK: Who are your preferred suppliers of these applications and which regions do they cover?

Dan England: We will publish a complete list on our website in the very near future with a mixture of European and global solutions. In the meantime, I’m available on e-mail (d.england@samsung.coM) to offer advice and guidance on the best option for specific projects.

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Samsung Techwin introduces 32x Full-HD auto-tracking PTZ speed dome cameras

Samsung Techwin’s confidence that the latest addition to its WiseNetIII video surveillance solution range will become the preferred PTZ dome camera solution for challenging environments has been boosted by news that the SNP-6320RH has been selected as a finalist for the Benchmark Innovation Awards 2015.

The SNP-6320RH Full-HD (1920×1080) auto-tracking speed dome has built-in IR LEDs which illuminate objects at a distance of up to 150 metres by focusing the beam as the camera zooms.

These models are also equipped with an IR corrected lens to ensure sharp night-time images even under mixed lighting conditions, such as those occasions when IR LEDs are operating in low ambient light. These features ensure people, objects and even car number plates can be clearly seen in total darkness. The cameras’ ability to perform such a function is enhanced still further by a 32x optical zoom capability.

Samsung Techwin’s design engineers have packed the SNP-6320RH with a long list of additional innovative features, among them auto tracking which enables trained CCTV operators to monitor the movement of people or vehicles while remaining hands-free to control other cameras.

Detail of Samsung Techwin's SNP-6320RH camera

Detail of Samsung Techwin’s SNP-6320RH camera

“The SNP-6320RH is an excellent example of how Samsung Techwin is working closely with installers, systems integrators, end users and business partners throughout Europe in order to understand and respond to changing users’ requirements,” said Tim Biddulph, product manager for Samsung Techwin Europe.

“As a result of this co-operation,” continued Biddulph, “we have provided the SNP-6320RH with a feature set which we believe meets the needs of customers who operate in challenging environments where high performance PTZ functionality is required.”

Image capture at ultra-fast frame rates

Samsung Techwin proprietary encoding technology enables the SNP-6320RH to capture images at an ultra-fast frame rate of 60 frames per second. This ensures that operators are able to view latency-free, sharp and clear images of moving objects.

Much thought has gone into the design of the SNP-6320RH to ensure these cameras deliver “superb quality images” even in the most difficult of environmental conditions. The models are weatherproofed to IP66 as well as being IK10 vandal resistant, and can withstand high temperature variations of -50°C to +55°C.

These cameras are equipped with a Defog feature which improves the clarity of images captured in poor weather conditions such as rain, smoke or fog. Also, Digital Image Stabilisation negates the effects of vibration if the SNP-6320RH should be installed in exposed locations.

The Open Platform WiseNetIII DSP chipset at the heart of the ONVIF-compliant SNP-6320 enables these cameras to play a key role in providing end users with a bespoke video surveillance solution.

The processing power of a WiseNetIII DSP chipset enables the cameras to run edge-based applications – such as ANPR, video analytics, facial recognition, people counting and perimeter protection solutions – which can be downloaded in a similar way to adding apps on a smart phone.

Most Open Platform cameras currently available can only run a single application, but the processing power of the WiseNetIII DSP chipset provides customers with the option to run multiple apps at the same time.

As is the case with all Samsung Techwin video surveillance solutions, the SNP-6320RH is offered with full support services from Samsung Techwin Europe, including a free system design service with full technical assistance and a three-year warranty.

*View the SNP-6320RH in action at: http://goo.gl/A1U1CG

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Samsung Techwin appoints Dan England as technology partner manager

Dan England has been appointed technology partner manager for the Security Solutions division of Samsung Techwin Europe. He will be working closely with Samsung Techwin’s Applications Partners and VMS developers to raise awareness of how Open Platform technology can provide users with significant added value from their video surveillance systems.

“As someone who has spent the last 16 years working for consultancies and companies involved in the design and installation of integrated solutions, I’m very excited to have the opportunity to drive Samsung Techwin’s Technology Partner scheme,” explained England.

“The massive processing power of the DSP chipsets incorporated within the latest generation of Samsung Techwin WiseNetIII HD cameras has resulted in significant new business opportunities being generated for both the IT and security sales channels,” he continued. “I’m looking forward to playing a part in implementing a strategy which encourages a wide range of third party software developers to take advantage of our Open Platform technology.”

Dan England: technology partner manager at Samsung Techwin

Dan England: technology partner manager at Samsung Techwin

Bespoke video surveillance solutions

The latest generation of Samsung Techwin’s WiseNetIII Open Platform cameras “elevate video surveillance from being just a security system to a smart solution” that can deliver so much more.

While most currently available Open Platform cameras can only run one app, the processing power of Samsung Techwin’s WiseNetIII Platform DSP chipset provides customers with the option to run multiple apps at the same time.

On-board apps create opportunities for cameras to be used for multi-tasking, with various departments within a business or organisation able to simultaneously collect and analyse valuable management information via different specialist video analytics apps.

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