Hikvision announces the new Easy IP 3.0 product line

Hikvision announces the new Easy IP 3.0 product line
This year will see the introduction of the new Easy IP 3.0 product line, boasting the first Hikvision cameras to support H.265+, the company's own encoding technology based on the H.265/HEVC standard. This intelligent, in-house developed algorithm is optimized to address the typical features of standard surveillance videos:
  • Static, unchanging background information
  • Limited number of appearances of moving subjects
  • Viewer mainly focuses on the moving subjects
  • A relatively large impact of noise on image quality due to 24/7 surveillance

A bit less

Moreover, H.265+ substantially decreases the bitrate of the surveillance video, so as to reduce bandwidth and storage costs. The average additional decrease in file size of Hikvision H.265+ is 83.7 compared with H.264 and 66.8 percent compared with regular H.265. These stellar compression rates of the new coding technology open up the possibility of using 8 MP ultra-HD video in video surveillance, in addition to the 2, 3 and 5 megapixels already available in the Easy IP 3.0 line.

When the lights are low

Still, high resolution does not always equal good image quality; video surveillance cameras need to perform under all sorts of conditions, including variable light, high contrast, or light deficiency. For this reason, all cameras of the new Easy IP 3.0 line have been equipped with a 120 dB True WDR. On top of that, several of our 2 and 3 MP models are equipped with Darkfighter technology, which produces excellent color images even in low light conditions.

Clevercams

Hikvision's new cameras have gotten much smarter too. They provide more analytical functions than the previous generation and standard have VCA options aboard like:
  • Line crossing detection: crossing a pre-defined virtual line triggers the alarm. Up to 4 pre-defined virtual lines are supported
  • Intrusion detection: entering and loitering in a pre-defined virtual area triggers the alarm. Up to 4 pre-defined virtual areas are supported
  • Object removal detection: objects removed from a pre-defined area trigger the alarm, such as the exhibits on display.
  • Unattended Baggage Detection: objects left alone in a pre-defined area, such as baggage, purses, or potentially dangerous materials, trigger the alarm
  • Face detection

These features significantly support the functioning and management of a security system with a large number of cameras on site.
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