Hikvision CCTV Solution applied for jade hall in Myanmar

Hikvision CCTV Solution applied for jade hall in Myanmar
Introduction
Myanmar, previously known as Burma, began selling jade and other precious stones at specialist gem shows in 1964. With demand continuing to increase, the ‘Gems and Jade Emporiums’ are now held three times a year at the Mani Yadanar Jade Hall. This dome-shaped building lies within a 24 acre compound, with the Jade warehouses lying on the North and South sides. Along with 142 cameras, a CCTV system had been installed in 2011 to watch over the multi-million dollar sales. However, the image quality was badly affected by degradation of the long distance coaxial cables and damage to the electrical cables, DC power adaptors and the CCTV camera LEDs.
 
The Solution
A total of 161 Hikvision IP cameras were specified to cover the entire compound connected to five 32-channel Hikvision NVRs in the central control room, plus three further NVRs in secondary control rooms, through more than 3.5km of shielded fiber cables, with accompanying electrical cabling for the centralized power supply. A total of 54 IP cameras now cover the three levels of the Jade Hall while the remaining 107 cameras are used to monitor the 24-acre compound. The vast majority of the cameras are DS-2CD2T32-I5 bullet cameras, with 148 installed throughout the complex, with a variety of mini-dome, dome and speed-dome cameras completing the line-up.
  
Installation
The installation process was performed by Mr Ye Tun Win, Managing Director, and his team of engineers, at Nawarat Global Technology. On the installation process, Mr Win says, “We successfully installed the entire 161-camera security and surveillance system within 57 working days at Manai Yadanar Jade Hall, making this project the biggest IP camera Installation project yet undertaken in Myanmar. We also installed 43 IP cameras within the Myanmar Gems Trade Center, in Yangon, which was opened by of Myanmar Gem and Jewellery Entrepreneur Association.”
 
Looking Towards the Future
On the future of the new surveillance solution, Mr Thar Tun, Systems Integrator at the Myanmar Gems and Jewellery Entrepreneur Association, says, “The project was successfully completed in time for the Fifty Second Gems and Jade Emporium.”
 
“So far it has proven to be a resounding success, exponentially increasing the efficiency of our security solution through Hikvision’s SMART technology, and making the job of our security teams much easier, through features such as Intrusion Detection, and Motion Detection. Hikvision’s contribution to what is so far the largest project of its kind in Myanmar cannot be understated.”
 
Mr Win says, “The feedback from our customers at Mani Yadanar Jade Hall has been extremely positive, and signifies a landmark achievement for Nawarat Global Technology, being the largest project in the region. We are pursuing further opportunities within Myanmar and the future is looking very promising. We will continue to work with Hikvision and to utilize their products in all further CCTV installation projects.”

 
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