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Hikvision Insight 2017

Hikvision UK & Ireland have been hosting roadshows twice yearly to update security installers and systems integrators across the United Kingdom and Ireland on their products. In October 2017 the company is running the next series of roadshows.

Hikvision Insight is a new series of events designed to educate installers and systems integrators with the latest from the security manufacturer. The manufacturer will be joined in seven cities by their authorised distributors ADI Global, DVS, Dynamic CCTV, EZCCTV, Mercury, Norbain and RWL; and by technology partners Pyronix, Seagate and Milestone Systems; besides Professional Security magazine.

The places and dates are:

Edinburgh, October 3 (BT Murrayfield Stadium);
Newcastle, October 5 (Newcastle racecourse);
Leeds, October 10 (Royal Armouries Museum);
Birmingham, October 12 (National Conference Centre);
Bristol, October 17 (Bristol Zoo);
London, October 19 (Ascot racecourse); and
Dublin, October 24 (Croke Park).

On show will be products including the low light camera DarkfighterX which produces full colour images 24 hours; the all in one iVMS video management software Hikvision Blazer; video walls, thermal imaging, ultra-high definition 4K products and the latest in deep learning including face capture and face comparison.

Andy Keeley, Head of Marketing for Hikvision UK & Ireland, said: “We’re looking forward to taking Hikvision out on the road again and demonstrating our latest products and solutions. With plenty of new solutions on show including our Deep Learning technology, thermal, 4K and updates to our IP3.0 and Turbo 4.0 ranges we at Hikvision are looking forward to giving professional security installers and systems integrators an insight into the future of video surveillance.”

Besides the demonstration area Hikvision will also be hosting seminars to update installers on the latest technologies.

For details and to register (which gives you the chance to win a 2MP dash camera) visit

Picture by Mark Rowe; a scene from last autumn’s roadshows.


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