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Hikvision hosts first Technology Partner Day

Hikvision is hosting its first ever Technology Partner Day in Istanbul, Turkey, today – November 28. The event will reportedly showcase integrated security solutions developed by Hikvision in collaboration with its certified technology partners, as well as provide a forum for prospective partners to explore development opportunities for new solutions.

The Hikvision Technology Partner Day is designed to appeal to companies competing in a variety of vertical markets and industries. Customers can also explore the latest security technology developments and industry trends at the event.

“We’re excited to bring the first ever Technology Partner Day to Istanbul,” said Adler Wu, Global Technology Partner Alliance Manager at Hikvision. “The Technology Partner Day demonstrates how Hikvision continues to seek new possibilities for working with partners to provide end customers with innovative turn-key solutions.”

Hikvision is showcasing technology and solutions co-developed with 14 certified technology partners. Examples include:

  • An AI storage solution from global partner Seagate – Seagate’s SkyHawk AI hard disk drive (HDD) combines Hikvision technology to deliver AI-enabled video surveillance solutions.
  • Technology from AxxonSoft – This technology sees metadata integrate with Hikvision deep-learning network cameras and integrates Axxon software with Hikvision’s access control system and surveillance servers.
  • Fire alarm system integration in smart buildings – the fire alarm system partner Mavili cooperated with Hikvision and developed fire alarm system plug-in integration with HikCentral VMS platform.
  • An integrated perimeter security solution – Hikvision video surveillance integrates with a physical barrier system from Arma Kontrol.

In addition, customers can expect to discover more about integrated security solutions from Hikvision partners Özak, Optex, IPS, Agent Vi, Elsight, WAMA SOFT, Phoenix Contact, and Ivideon.

“We’re always striving to bring added value to our customers worldwide and partnering with other companies is a great way to do just that,” said Adler Wu. “We’re looking forward to showcasing the significant value of our existing technology partnerships, and to opening the door to further new and exciting collaborations.”

www.hikvision.com

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