HANGZHOU, CHINA/June 13, 2014—Dahua Technology, a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of video surveillance products headquartered in Hangzhou, China successfully secured five-rated hotels in Shanghai with in-house HDCVI solution. These hotels were playing host to 46 national and organization leaders in Asia during the fourth edition of Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures (CICA).
CICA Shanghai was hosted during 20th to 21st of May and the conference plays a significant role in security cooperation throughout Asia, Xi Jinping, President of People’s Republic of China also attended and presided over the summit.
Shanghai municipal government attached great importance to the summit and spared no endeavor to make sure everything goes secured. To level up video surveillance is among on its must-do list. More than 50 reception hotels are required to upgrade surveillance system from standard definition to high definition. And the biggest challenge is under great pressure by time frame, how to make sure the image quality and product replacement would not compromise the daily reception and security concern of these five-star rated hotels.
Under such circumstance and given the fact that these hotels were dominated by conventional analog systems, it came to a natural decision to adopt Dahua HDCVI as it allows easy upgrade without changing the existing cabling while also provides long-distance and non-latent image quality. Moreover, the whole upgrade takes more or less 10 days to as cabling are remained, only cameras, DVRs along with fiber optical transceivers are replaced by HDCVI ones.
With aesthetic requirement for the hotels, HDCVI offers wide range of housings and its speed domes and box cameras are perfectly coexisting with the décor in the lobby, reception, entrance and dining areas.
"This project demonstrates all the benefits of HDCVI and has proved applicable and workable,” said Tim Shen, Overseas Marketing Director at Dahua Technology. “Within only 10 days, the whole video surveillance system has been upgraded to high definition which is not likely happened to IP solution. What HDCVI has been offered to the industry is another HD solution and this is highly gratified by our customers while cabling, cost and IP hassles are the concerned issues.”