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Hanwha Techwin to demo AI-based dual channel multi-sensor cameras at ISC West 2022

The two new models leverage deep-learning based object detection and classification and come with license-free video and audio analytics.


March 20, 2022
By SP&T Staff

Hanwha Techwin Announces Two New AI-based Dual Channel Multi-sensor Cameras

Teaneck — Hanwha Techwin America has announced plans to show two new AI-powered dual channel multi-sensor cameras at ISC West 2022 in Las Vegas.

The two new models leverage deep-learning based object detection and classification and come with license-free video and audio analytics.

The company says its PNM-C12083RVD supports 15fps image capture and true 120dB WDR (Wide Dynamic Range). The motorized vari-focal lenses offer a focal range of 3.54–6.69mm for flexible field of view adjustment in each direction.

The new PNM-C7083RVD supports 30fps with 120dB WDR for each of its 2MP sensors. The camera’s motorized vari-focal lenses support a range of 3.0–6.0mm.

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The new multi-directional AI cameras’ deep-learning algorithms can identify multiple distinct objects, Hanwha Techwin explained in their announcement.  The cameras can detect and classify people, vehicles, faces, and license plates in real time.

The company also said that the way these newer camera models operate should help to reduce false alarms due to non-interesting motion, like wind-blown trees, shadows, or animals.

“With AI, analytics become a reliable source of events to the operators helping them know where to look for important real-time events,” said Ramy Ayad, director of product management, Hanwha Techwin America.

“Bringing AI technology to multi-sensor cameras provides tremendous value and installing efficiency for are partners and their customers.”

Guests at ISC West 2022 can visit booth #14079 to learn more about Hanwha Techwin’s latest cameras.