Hikvision's AI roadshow attracts visitors in Bucharest

Source: Xinhua| 2018-03-15 07:42:23|Editor: Liangyu
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BUCHAREST, March 14 (Xinhua) -- An AI roadshow offered on Wednesday by Hikvision, a world leading provider of video surveillance products and solutions based in Hangzhou, China, attracted local city managers, as well as ordinary visitors in Bucharest.

Visitors climbed aboard Hikvision's mobile showroom, a long truck parked aside the Red Dragon Mall, northeastern Bucharest, to experience and discover technologies, such as face recognition, and see live demonstrations as well as presentations on cutting-edge topics such as cyber security.

"Hikvision offers almost all range of surveillance products and all these products can be delivered as an integrated security solution package, so as to help system integrators to save time and money while implementing projects," a local employee of the company told visitors.

"During our roadshow, we want to show people our latest products and customized solutions, with the aim to reflect Hikvision's global leadership in the video surveillance market through innovative products, pioneering solutions and prompt service," Jermy Wang, Romania Country Manager told Xinhua, adding that the company is committed to providing the latest technologies with the best quality products.

A local AI engineer said that the awareness about security products and solutions is growing in Romania, and he is optimistic about the prospect of Hikvision products in the local market.

"In terms of traffic intelligence management, Romania is still in its infancy. In major cities, including the capital, few cameras are installed in the main traffic lanes and intersections, showing the great potential of the market," Jin Xiaozhong, chairman of Yiwu Association in Romania, who is actively promoting several cities to adopt the smart traffic and smart city solutions of Hikvision.

Three separate trucks of Hikvision are travelling now through various European regions, visiting over 71 cities, said the company.