New Wisenet X Series AI fisheye camera released by Hanwha


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Hanwha Techwin has recently confirmed the launch of the new XNF-9013RV AI fisheye camera.

The camera – which has been designed to make AI at the edge more accessible and actionable for security teams – comes with AI-based object detection and classification and improved image quality features as well as IK10 vandal resistance.

Not only does accurate object detection and classification enable operators to quickly identify people, faces, number plates and vehicle types, it improves situational awareness and context.

Irrelevant motions such as waving trees, moving shadows and animals are ignored, all of which would usually be the cause of false alarms with standard motion detection technology. Operators can therefore focus on responding to real incidents and emergencies.

The XNF-9013RV comes with WiseStream III, the latest in Hanwha Techwin’s AI compression technology.

WiseStream III applies a low compression rate to objects and people detected and tracked by AI to maintain the quality of the image, whilst applying a high compression rate to the rest of the scene; this saves on network, storage, energy and power, making running a video surveillance system more cost-effective and efficient for security teams. It improves network bandwidth by up to half in active scenes and 95% in idle scenes.

AI plays a vital role in providing high image quality. WiseNRII is a new camera enhancement that uses AI to intelligently identify movement and reduce blur in noisy, low light environments. AI-based Preferred Shutter technology uses AI to identify the appearance and movement of objects, then re-adjust the Preferred Shutter value to the best level to reduce motion blur.

This is complemented by extreme WDR that uses Local Contrast Enhancement and Scene Analysis technology to capture ultra-clear images even in environments with strong backlight conditions. Moreover, Advanced Lens Distortion Correction works to correct the distorted images commonly seen with fisheye lenses.

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