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Secutech 2023 highlights: Deeplet, AIC and Klacci

Secutech 2023 highlights: Deeplet, AIC and Klacci
Secutech 2023 showcased Taiwanese manufacturers showcasing the latest applications in video surveillance and access control.

Secutech 2023 showcased Taiwanese manufacturers showcasing the latest applications in video surveillance and access control. 

Deeplet – Novatek SoC power AI functionalities

Deeplet is a Taiwan OEM/ODM manufacturer that uses Taiwan-made Novatek SoC in its line of security cameras, NVRs/DVRs, hardware and software. According to Vicky Jung, Account Manager for Deeplet Technology, Deeplet is one of the very few companies who can do it all: cloud integration, SDK integration, automotive VMS and PCBA customization.
Being able to do customization on the PCB enables the company to add new AI functionalities depending on customization requirements. A highlight is their CMS software, the GUI of which can be designed by the user themselves. “We also offer SDK integration for smart home automation, e-fence smart search, POS application and automotive solutions.” The CMS can easily integrate with Deeplet’s NVRs and DVRs which can then be connected to the AIoT cloud via Amazon, TUTK cloud (in Taiwan) and the user’s existing CMS platform.
New products on display this year is their new line of BriVista IP cameras with edge processing and a market-first 64-channel 4K NVR with full IP video playback which supports up to 6 hard drives and a 2GB port for better network connection. “It also offers a very high security protection against potential hacks as we have separated the control, network and data port,” shared Jung.
Another product of interest is their POS hybrid DVR which can be integrated with any video surveillance device. POS keyword smart search enables users to pull up videos and event logs with details like who bought what when. “All our devices can support any AI turnkey solution with features like human detection, facial recognition, license plate recognition,” said Jung.
Fleet management operators would be interested to know their mobile DVRs support built-in GPs and google map, with features like wide voltage, antivibration features and high temperature resistance. It can connect to the Deeplet CMS and integrate with ADAS system or additional features like alcohol testing or driver facial recognition.                                             

AIC - MIT server storage solutions

For customers looking for storage that can allow them to archive more video footage for longer periods, AIC is offering their storage solution for video surveillance. Drawing on 30 years of L10 OEM/ODM experience in the field, AIC highlighted their new product line of 2U 12-bay, 4U 24-bay and 4U 60-bay high-density servers.
According to Ritsu Yang, Sales Engineer for Northeast Asia Sales Department for AIC, their key differentiator lies in their ODM capabilities. "We are very flexible ODMs. Customers can request any brand, SSD, HD, CVU and we can connect them together using our vast experience in server storage. We are able to build to unique specifications and in lower quantities. AIC typically works with system integrators and distributors in Taiwan, with local regional offices in Holland, US and China."

Klacci – touchless and mobile biometrics as key strength

Klacci, the access control brand under the I-Tek Lock Manufacturing Group, showcased its total touchless access control solution for commercial buildings at Secutech 2023.
"We started out as manufacturers of mechanical locks and leveraged this experience into electronic locks and access control software to further penetrate the market and broaden our customer base," said Mike Chen, General Manager for I-Tek. "Currently, we are targeting commercial projects such as government, public, office and apartment buildings as well as hotels, hospitals and school security."
When asked about Klacci's key differentiator, Chen shared, "There is high market demand for our touchless biometrics technology. We saw this during and post-Covid when there is a need for social distancing and touchless solutions that can authenticate people's identities. In the future, we see a strong product positioning for Klacci as ESG and sustainable investments are becoming a market trend."
On display is Klacci's solution that allows access control management from the outside in either through an RFID card or their in-house mobile app using facial recognition, passcode, or button. Powered by Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), the mobile access credential can be set to access several locations with a building (open door automatically for touchless access, integrate with elevator to access certain floors and gain entry into the office itself). Singular/dual identity authentication can be used to strengthen overall security management with administrators being able to easily grand and revoke mobile credentials, set time limits and other functionalities. "Building operators can also track and view event logs to monitor which doors and locks were accessed by a particular user," said Chen.
"Our solutions and products are easy to install and set up, with instructional videos to guide integrators or installers who might run into trouble during installation. Klacci's products are all globally certified for quality or operation. Everything undergoes rigorous internal testing to evaluate and ensure optimal product performance.  We also have ETL and UL certifications. We are confident that Klacci is on par with other global brands in the market," added Chen.
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