Culture park selects Vivotek Smart Solution to enhance security

Taipei, Taiwan

Vivotek has introduced a tailored international standard security solution to help enhance, upgrade and replace the legacy security system at the Ching-Kuo Chi-Hai Cultural Park in Taipei. 

The smart security solution built in the Chi-hai Culture Park in Taipei aims to offer citizens a safe environment and experience when they visit the park and protect the park’s important cultural heritage and historical displays from damage, while also strengthening the park’s security under the premise of effective management of manpower and operating cost.

“With its great historical significance, Chi-Hai Cultural Park has now transitioned into a new cultural landmark. With upgraded security services, a balance is achieved between revitalisation and preservation of historical heritage, creating new values for the park. Vivotek has over 20 years of industry experience and has recently undergone rebrand to transition from a surveillance equipment manufacturer to a comprehensive security solution brand, just like Chi-Hai Cultural Park’s successful transformation that presents historical heritage and an image of revival,” said Allen Hsieh, Vivotek Spokesperson and Director of Global Marketing Division. “In response to the market trend of AI, Vivotek will continue to introduce AI smart analysis capability to existing product lines and strive for integration of software and hardware and upgrade of services, proactively building safer and smarter security services for diverse places.”

Solution tailored for the unique challenges of historical sites

Opening up a cultural heritage to the public often presents two conundrums — the difficulty of revitalisation and preservation; moreover, most surveillance equipment has not been replaced or upgraded for years and many sites still use traditional analogue cameras, where image resolution is affected by transmission distance. Also, these cameras only have the function of passive recording and lack real-time preventive mechanism. Thus, during the preparatory period for Chi-Hai Cultural Park, Vivotek tailored for the park an international standard smart security solution. For example, Vivotek has installed diverse products, such as fixed dome and bullet cameras and network video recorders, at important spots like the Chiang Ching-Kuo Presidential Library, the first of its kind in Taiwan, and Exhibition Halls according to their specific needs, responding to the rigid demands of preservation of historical relics, prevention of incidents, and control of personnel access. Furthermore, for the park’s perimeters and entrances with busy traffic, Vivotek’s smart image analysis technology can also be utilised to detect abnormalities like intrusion, loitering, or line crossing detection, and notify the management through the system’s real-time alerting function, significantly enhancing efficiency of the park’s security management procedure and building a comprehensive smart security system.

Smart surveillance with cross-scene security solutions

Vivotek implemented a rebranding project in 2021, and now in addition to continuing to optimise its R&D of technologies, Vivotek also utilises existing surveillance products as carriers for horizontal introduction of applications and smart surveillance technology. Vivotek not only applies AI deep learning technology to image detection and analysis, but also develops different application scenes for object tracking, behaviour analysis, and facial or license plate recognition; moreover, Vivotek’s three major advanced search functions of attribute search, scene search, and re-search, enables one-key screening that precisely targets tags like gender, age, and clothes colour, for example.

The recently launched smart cloud surveillance service and system, Vortex and Vast Security Station, are Vivotek’s answer to the past pain points of untimely surveillance and protection and inaccessibility to security data. 


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