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Secutech 2022: Final day wrap-up

Secutech 2022: Final day wrap-up
Day 3 of Secutech 2022 has completed, with exhibitors and visitors giving optimistic outlook for the industry. This article discusses the highlights of the third and final day of the event.
Day 3 of Secutech 2022 has completed, with exhibitors and visitors giving optimistic outlook for the industry. This article discusses the highlights of the third and final day of the event.
Secutech is held this year amid a sudden surge in Omicron cases in Taiwan. Inevitably floor traffic was lower than past shows. Thankfully, exhibitors were quite understanding about it. In fact, this gave exhibitors a good opportunity to really connect with visitors, who, they said, while few, were of good quality and showed genuine interest in sourcing products.
Visitors also gave positive feedback. “I’m looking for IP cams, NVRs and intercoms for rail applications. Our biggest customers are government agencies and MRT operators,” said Alvin Miao, engineer with Asia Pacific New Energy Corp. “Secutech provides a good sourcing platform for my procurement needs. In fact I’m glad to meet some of our existing suppliers at the show, and we’re discussing further deals with them.”
Min Liu, VP of access control company Chiyu Technology, said other than certain supply chain issues, pandemic impact on security is minimal in Taiwan where demand is strong as ever. “The pandemic has inevitably resulted in time-to-market delays, and as such we changed our procurement strategy last year by purchasing in bulk,” Liu said. “In Taiwan you feel almost no impact from the pandemic. The demand is still there. You always need access control for security and management purposes.”

Cutting-edge technologies

LILIN AI camera on display at
its booth.

Exhibitors meanwhile showcased their latest offerings to help address user demand and needs with cutting-edge technologies like AI. LILIN for example puts AI on the camera itself, which can analyze footage without employing extra edge appliances, which take a lot of space. LILIN’s AI cameras can detect license pates, traffic violations and other scenarios, ideal for law enforcement, parking lots and other users who can achieve better operations and management efficiency.
In situations where visible light is affected, thermal cameras can help. Appro Technology is exhibiting its TC-2183/2184 4G LTE Bi-spectral thermal cameras at Secutech this year. The product combines thermal and visual (Full HD) video streams, uses LTE / RJ-45 multiple interfaces and enables cloud monitoring.
SpotCam Co. is showcasing its Smart Cloud Video Monitoring home camera series, billed as “the one and only brand in the market offering a free-forever cloud recording plan.” The solution has optional cloud video AI services for subscription and uses local AWS and GCP servers to ensure privacy and security.

Rescue/smart search for missing people

When accidents or disaster happen, making sure first respondents are well protected is critical. RT Stream’s 6-in-1 body camera serves this purpose, equipped with Wi-Fi-, 4G, GPS, vital sign detection and other functions. This allows the commander to well track the status of each rescue worker in dangerous areas.
Touch Cloud meanwhile has a cross-camera monitoring solution that makes search of missing people easier than ever. The platform takes different camera feeds and can search for specific individuals based on the criteria entered. It’s suitable for senior care homes as well as certain retailers who can study the behavior of VIP customers.

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