Netwatch North America to integrate technology with Hanwha Techwin
July 6, 2022 By SP&T Staff
Netwatch North America has announced a strategic technology integration with Hanwha Techwin America, a global supplier of video surveillance solutions.
Netwatch Proactive Video Monitoring is now fully integrated with Hanwha’s Wisenet WAVE VMS version 4.2. It is also compatible with Hanwha’s Wisenet X and P series line of cameras, enabling customers to add proactive video monitoring to their suite of security solutions.
According to Netwatch, the market for proactive security solutions has increased as more organizations look to implement a proactive approach to risk management.
Mordor Intelligence projects the proactive security market will reach $45.67 million by 2026 due to the growing number of businesses opting for proactive security solutions over reactive technologies.
When combined, Hanwha’s video surveillance solutions and Netwatch Proactive Video Monitoring allow end-users to identify intrusion incidents and provide live-audio intervention to prevent crime in real-time. Additionally, joint customers can detect loitering and issue live-audio warnings to de-escalate incidents before loss or damage can occur.
“The integration between Netwatch and Hanwha Techwin empowers businesses to ignite a stronger incident and threat response and take faster, more efficient action,” said Justin Wilmas, president, Netwatch North America in a statement.
“Netwatch proactive video monitoring is a major value-add to the market, and this recent integration with Hanwha is the latest example of our company’s continuous pursuit of security-focused innovation for our customers.”
The company also mentioned in its announcement that traditional video monitoring services have been the standard for after-hours security in most facilities and campuses for a long time. Since this service limits the ability to prevent crime, the company asserts its confidence that proactive video monitoring will empower operators to act before an incident occurs.
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