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Dahua Technology Announces at ISC West the Product Integration with Control 4

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Hangzhou, China/ April 10, 2019 Dahua Technology, a world-leading video-centric smart IoT solution and service provider, has announced a new integration with Control4®, a leading global provider of automation and networking systems for homes and businesses, today at ISC West.



Dahua Technology’s North American models of IP cameras, Pro and Lite series NVRs and HDCVI XVRs are fully integrated with the Control4 Composer HE 2.9.0 automation system. This marks the first full integration between Dahua Technology and a home control and automation platform.


Dahua NVRs support motion detection, if enabled on the camera, to trigger events on the Control4 system’s watch menu and alert a user of suspicious activity. The Dahua NVR driver also provides MJPEG and H.264 video feeds, allows selection stream quality, and more.


Integrations with home automation platforms cater to industry demands for a single portal to control security and household features in users’ homes and businesses. These steps towards simplification and system unification will make interactions with smart homes easier and more convenient for Dahua Technology and Control4 customers.


“This product integration furthers our commitment to provide smart home and security integrators with a complete platform for home control,” said Tim Wang, President and CEO at Dahua Technology USA. “We are excited to offer solutions that shape how businesses and homeowners can use, access and control their security systems.”