Hikvision India, an IoT solution provider with video as its core competency, has showcased its latest innovative security technologies and solutions at PACC 2022, Goa. It has recently participated as the presenting partner for the 8th edition of Fire and Security Association of India’s Project heads, Architects & Consultants Conclave (PACC).
FSAI’s PACC Conclave is aimed at bringing the project heads, architects, consultants, system integrators, OEMs, and end-users on a common platform. The focus of PACC is to provide the platform for presentations and deliberations on tech-talks, technology evolutions, best practices, implementation, standards & codes, market challenges and growth in the industry. The event was organised at Taj Resort & Convention Centre, Goa from 3 to 6 March. This event witnessed a participation of about 500 delegates.
Commenting on the success of the event, Ashish P. Dhakan, MD & CEO, Prama Hikvision India said, “Hikvision has partnered with FSAI’s PACC Conclave to evangelise the latest innovative security technologies among the project heads, architects and consultants community. We are here to share Hikvision’s next generation technology solutions and latest innovative products with the industry leaders and technology experts. Together with FSAI, we are striving to evangelize the adaptation of latest security technologies and solutions based on AI, Deep Learning Big Data and Robotics. In line with FSAI’s motto to make Surakshit Bharat, Hikvision invites project heads, architects & consultants community to join hands in providing the best-in-class solutions.” He further added, “PACC 2022 turned out to be a perfect platform for Hikvision to showcase innovative technologies and solutions.”
Hikvision booth at FSAI’s PACC event showcased ColorVu and AcuSense cameras along with command and control center. It also displayed smart building solution offered by Hikvision’s non-CCTV product portfolio, which included video door phones (smart home), AX-Hub (intrusion alarm solutions) and MinMoe face recognition terminal (access control). The booth had elaborate display of artificial intelligence solutions with DeepinView cameras and DeepinMind NVRs.
Spread over three days, there were about 25 presentations (from expert professionals as well as sponsors/ product developers) and 12 panel discussions (Under the newly conceived ‘Techvarta’ segment). On 3rd March after the keynote address, Gagan Lamba, Vice President, Enterprise Verticals, Prama Hikvision India gave a impactful presentation on the theme ‘Top Trends for Security Industry in 2022.’
On the next day i.e., 4th March, Ashish Gujarathi, Assistant Vice President (AVP) – Non CCTV Products (alarms, access & entrance control, inspection and VDP), Prama Hikvision India participated in a panel discussion on the theme ‘Enhancing Security Capabilities using AI & IoT.’ He also gave a presentation on 5th March on the topic ‘New Age Authentication & Scanning Systems.’
Screening of relevant fire and security solution videos as well as Q and A sessions were well received. The engaging panel discussions, presentations and interactive sessions with the participants provided valuable insights.