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Video surveillance solutions from VIVOTEK integrated into Thailand net zero showroom

Delta Thailand has launched Thailand’s first Net Zero Container Showroom in Amata City, Chonburi, featuring solar power generation, battery management, indoor climate control and surveillance devices, among others. IFSEC Global hears from VIVOTEK on how its video surveillance solutions were used within the Net Zero showroom. 

The core of the smart showroom is the scalable and modular Delta data center solution which enables remote access to its security, lighting, environment, and charging systems. VIVOTEK’s IP surveillance cameras and solutions were featured in the showroom as part of Delta’s Smart Building Management solution. The concept of Delta’s showroom is to showcase innovative, smart and green solutions with energy efficiency to commit to 100% renewable RE100 initiatives by 2030.

A solar rooftop array coupled with a battery system provides the showroom with renewable energy 24/7, while a battery management system (BMS) combined with energy-efficient lighting and variable regulating valve (VRV) air conditioners perpetuate optimal indoor air quality and temperature with minimized power and CO2 emissions. Smart monitoring, access control and building surveillance system are the keys and indispensable to bring such a complex system together as a solution.

VIVOTEK tailored a video surveillance solution specifically for the showroom, by addressing the most critical part of access with a counting solution, as well as indoor and outdoor surveillance. The company’s VAST Face Facial Recognition Solution utilises the FT9361-R Facial Recognition Tablet and IE8213-FM Content Management System (CMS). The Facial Recognition tablet is installed at the entrance of the showroom to enhance the security and safety of access control.

The facial recognition system is equipped with deep-learning AI that is reported to allow facial data storage of over 50,000 users with 99% accuracy of user detection rate, with or without a face mask. Users can also be allocated into independent groups to create VIP lists, blacklists, and employee groups, designed to eliminate the need for a staffed front desk.

Both the entrance and exit points of the showroom are equipped with VIVOTEK SC8131 Stereo Counting Network Camera armed with the vendor’s 3D Depth Technology, providing real-time visitor counting and movement tracking while automatically filtering out non-human objects. Outdoor surveillance needs are fulfilled with the CC9381-HV 180° Panoramic Network Camera, which features a 180° horizontal panoramic view, with built-in 180° IR illuminators up to 15 meters, to cover both light and dark conditions.

Also installed in the showroom environment was the VIVOTEK MA9321-EHTV multi-sensor 360° Panoramic Network Camera, armed with IP66 and IK-10 rated outdoor housing to protect against weather conditions and tampering.


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