Hanwha Vision Releases New IP Audio System

The new system features speakers in multiple form factors, an audio module for analog speaker control, and an audio server.

Hanwha Vision Releases New IP Audio System

Hanwha Vision, a supplier of IP and analog video surveillance solutions, announced the addition of its new IP Audio System to its line of surveillance systems.

The new system features several components, including speakers in multiple form factors, an audio module for analog speaker control, and an audio server. The system can operate as a stand-alone system or it can be linked with a video surveillance system as an integrated solution to broadcast either real-time or pre-recorded messages to pre-emptively address suspicious or criminal activities.

In addition to security-related messages, the system can also be configured to produce background music and informational announcements. Users can input text-to-speech (TTS) messages that the system broadcasts as audio warnings and other notifications to reduce incidents of criminal behavior in public settings. For instance, while a customer is using an ATM machine, the surveillance system can detect if another person is hovering too close and issue an audio warning to maintain an appropriate distance.

In perimeter monitoring applications, the system can issue audio warnings if a potential infiltration is detected or if the system senses human activity that indicates a possible perimeter breaching. In retail settings, the IP audio system can help prevent theft using a “dwell time trigger” that can detect people in a retail space lingering for a suspiciously long period, indicating the possibility of shoplifting, for example. The system can broadcast an audio warning instructing the person to seek assistance from a sales associate.

Users can control when and how these messages are broadcast, the company says. The IP audio system integrates into a user’s video management system (VMS), allowing users to select the camera to use with an alarm event. They can also select the speaker they want to deliver the audio message.

Messages can be programmed with a female or male voice and in a number of languages. Users can monitor audio performance by checking the speaker’s status in the device’s web viewer, with a graphic bar showing the speaker’s output signal.

IP Audio System Components

The IP audio system includes several speaker form factors designed to fit into any environment, according to the company. Its pendant speakers can be hung from ceilings while the wall/cabinet speakers and plenum-rated in-ceiling speaker can blend into any setting. The 124dB horn speaker can function in both indoor and outdoor areas.

The system’s audio module allows existing analog speakers to be controlled over an IP-based network, and the audio server enables control of large speaker groups (up to 512 audio devices).

In addition to security-related matters, the IP Audio System can deliver user-selected background music that can be programmed with time specifications, such as the date and hour of the day. The IP Audio System can also improve communications by broadcasting scheduled announcements to staff, students, or customers or with two-way communication via SIP protocol.

These systems are available for operations that range in size, with small to medium systems ranging from one to 256 speakers, and large systems consisting of 257 to 512 devices.

The Hanwha Vision IP Audio System is available now. For more information, visit https://hanwhavisionamerica.com/ip-audio-solutions/.

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