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Dahua debuts resi solutions and new analytics options at GSX

September 12, 2019  By  SP&T Staff

At GSX 2019, Dahua Technology demonstrated new products including IP and HDCVI Night Color and Starlight+ low-light technologies, IP panoramic, thermal, and PTZ cameras, plus enhanced Power over Ethernet (ePoE) recording and cameras featuring Analytics+.

Additionally, three new Wi-Fi products to suit small to mid-size businesses and residential applications debuted. Offerings included a 1080p video doorbell with two-way talk, PIR detection and 16 feet of IR illumination, a 1080p floodlight camera for motion-activated lighting, and a 1080p active alarm camera with two-way talk.

Analytics+ offers advanced analytical features such as facial detection and perimeter protection, and includes two layers of alarm filtration, according to the company. Expanding Dahua’s Analytics+ offering at the show will be two new 4MP (7442HN-ZFR) ePoE Network cameras featuring deep learning algorithms for facial recognition, facial blurring for privacy concerns, facial attributes, perimeter protection and people counting. These are complimented by Dahua’s new 16ch NVR (NVR4216-16P-I) with the Analytics+ algorithm, two channels of facial recognition and the capability to store up to 20,000 faces. It also has the capability for perimeter protection to distinguish between humans and vehicles.

Other upcoming Dahua offerings previewed at the show include two new IP panoramic cameras. Dahua’s 12MP Panoramic Network IR Fisheye Camera offers views for 360° and 180º, Analytics+, four regions for people counting, queue management and heat mapping. Additionally, it features integrated IR up to 32 feet and Digital Wide Dynamic Range. For larger applications, a new 8x2MP 360° Panoramic Network IR stitched multi-sensor camera with a 4MP 40x PTZ was on display at the show. It includes Auto tracking, defog, privacy masking, crowd mapping, sodium vapor lighting, and people counting.


Dahua recently marked five years of operation in North America. “As we continue to invest in the North American market, we are looking at GSX as an opportunity to connect with our customers in person and share our latest innovations with them,” said Tim Wang, President and CEO of Dahua Technology USA, in a statement. “We strive to keep our customers competitive and up-to-date on market trends.”

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