Sensibly priced solutions and robust quality differentiates Hunt
Electronic from other providers. Since its establishment in 1988,
Hunt has grown into a trusted OEM / ODM partner, featuring a
complete range of surveillance products. The company's exports remains strong despite
the financial crisis. " In 2009, our DVR sales are expected to triple in revenue, and network
camera shipments are set to increase by 30 percent," said Michael Lee, President.
STRATEGIES AND CORE COMPETENCE
The company rolled out a complete series of H.264 DVRs in 2008, with megapixel
cameras rounding out its advances in video technology. Catering to remote surveillance
needs, Hunt's DVRs support a wide range of mobile communication protocols.
The 16-channel, real-time DVR in CIF / D1 resolution and intelligent network cameras
will be released in 2010, targeting middle to high-end users at competitive prices. " Our
self-developed video analytics allows smart applications and customization," Lee said.
Hunt enhances its standing by winning government and small-to-medium projects
domestically and overseas. Its global expansion strategy focuses on increasing market
penetration in Eastern Europe and strengthening its US channels in the next two years. A
more diversified customer base and up-to-date technology will drive revenue growth by
10 percent in 2009, Lee said.