Hikvision is the world’s largest supplier of video surveillance products
and solutions. The company specializes in video surveillance
technology, as well as designing and manufacturing a full-line of
innovative CCTV and video surveillance products.
Hikvision’s range of Plug and Play Network Video Recorders are a
great way for traditional CCTV Installers to get into IP CCTV
Hikvision is acknowledged for meeting the highest technical standards and business focus in long-standing Milestone partnership.
COPENHAGEN – January 7, 2016. Milestone Systems, the open platform company in networked video management software (VMS), has elevated Hikvision to the status of Elite Partner in the Milestone Camera Partner Program (CaPP).
CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif., Jan. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Hikvision® USA Inc., the leading provider of innovative, award-winning video surveillance products and solutions in North America,
has partnered with Control4, a leading provider of home automation and
control systems, to bring cutting edge video surveillance technology to
the Smart House market. Hikvision cameras are easily integrated with the
Control4 smart home operating system, adding to a robust suite of
features by which users can control and automate lighting, music,
security and energy throughout the home.
The meteoric rise of Hikvision as one of the
world’s leading providers of video surveillance equipment would seem
improbable given the company’s humble origins. Established in 2001 with
staff of 30 people, Hikvision started out in the industry as a video
compression card developer. Today, the company boasts one of the most
complete video surveillance product portfolios on the planet and has
over 14,500 employees around the globe. According to market research
firm IHS, the company ranks as the top provider globally in every
individual hardware-based equipment category for video surveillance and
owns a 16.3 percent total market share in terms of revenue. When it
comes to network cameras, Hikvision holds a nearly 19 percent global
When Salford City Council began upgrading its public space CCTV
cameras with Hikvision’s Darkfighter models, video operatives reported
some unusual results: they were suddenly able to see crystal clear night
time images. Previously low-light surveillance images were murky and
suspicious activity hard to make out. Now, armed with Darkfighter
cameras from Hikvision, Salford’s control center is able to offer true
24/7 active monitoring while simultaneously reducing bandwidth