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Hikvision Corporate Launches First Deep Learning NVR

October 9, 2017

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In the Chinese city of Hangzhou, Hikvision, the world’s leading supplier of video surveillance products and solutions, has launched its DeepinMind Network Video Recorder (NVR), the world’s first embedded NVR with deep learning functionality. 

“With the introduction of the DeepinMind embedded NVR, Hikvision is offering installers and end-users a whole new level of alarm activation accuracy, and with that, more efficient surveillance systems management,” said Keen Yao, VP at Hikvision International Business Centre.

Mimicking the human learning and memory process, the DeepinMind NVR incorporates algorithms that improve video analytics performance, including the ability to identify human activity with unprecedented accuracy levels that exceed 90 percent.

The iDS-9632NXI-I8/16S NVR, a first in Hikvision’s new range of DeepinMind products, features up to 32 channels of video input for IP cameras, HD video output and decoding, hard drive hot-swapping, RAID configurations for up to eight 8-TB HDDs, and dual-NICs.

“Hikvision’s investment in R&D leads to security innovations like the DeepinMind product line that feature deep learning intelligence that will meet growing demand for better analytics worldwide,” said Alex Asnovich, Head of Marketing, Hikvision North America.

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