Hanwha rolls out 2019 product strategy

Chertsey, Surrey (UK)

Bob (H.Y.) Hwang Ph.D. is predicting that 2019 will be another year of substantial growth for Hanwha Techwin.

Hanwha Techwin is delivering a positive New Year Message for 2019 which includes a breakdown of the company's new project strategy for 2019.  Working ever more closely with distribution partners and leading system integrators and valuing the feedback they provide in terms of changing market demands has, according to Bob (H.Y.) Hwang Ph.D., delivered huge dividends for Hanwha Techwin in terms of devising a successful product strategy.

“We have enjoyed significant sales success over the past three years ” said Bob (H.Y.) Hwang Ph.D. “In addition to introducing new cameras and recording devices, this has also driven us to work in partnership with third-party technology providers to develop solutions which are relevant to today’s market and provide our distribution partners and system integrators with a competitive edge.”

Whilst Hanwha Techwin will be formally launching new additions to its Wisenet range throughout 2019, the company has given a strong indication as to what is in the product pipeline.

With Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning, which present exciting new opportunities for a wide range of sophisticated applications, becoming more accessible to solution developers, Hanwha Techwin intends to introduce more which support the latest AI technology.

The Wisenet 5 chipset, which is at the heart of the highly successful Wisenet X camera series, will be utilised in other camera lines, whilst there are plans to introduce an even more advanced Wisenet 7 chipset.

An updated version of the Wisenet Wave video management software (VMS) will offer improved scalability and inter-operability for medium sized installations, as well as a new version of Smart Security Manager (SSM), designed for entry level, legacy and special project, whilst continuing to cooperate with 3rd party VMS vendors for the high-end customers.

A key attribute of the new products which will be introduced over the coming months is that they have all been designed to improve the installers’ experience and reduce operational costs.

In terms of cyber security, determined not to be complacent, Hanwha Techwin has declared its intention to continually monitor and test cyber security risks using third party security agencies and a dedicated cyber security team. When necessary, it will release in quick time new firmware to counter the latest threats.

Bob (H.Y.) Hwang Ph.D. is predicting that 2019 will be another year of substantial growth for Hanwha Techwin. “This is an exciting time for our security business. The year has already begun well with the recent announcement that our new manufacturing facility in Vietnam is fully operational. This is just one of many reasons why I am confident we will continue to succeed and be competitive in a market that continues to grow.”


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