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Video security evolving for Hanwha Techwin

The video surveillance industry next year will be driven by five key areas of development, including artificial intelligence (AI) and cyber security, according to Hanwha Techwin.

The video surveillance operator on Tuesday picked AI solutions and privacy protection as some of the primary sources of demand for next year.

AI end-to-end security solutions will become particularly important as AI develops. In the video surveillance industry, AI can be used to expand CCTV from just filming to intelligently processing data.

The company in particular projects cybersecurity to become more important following the spread of Internet of Things devices, which are being utilized in new apartments. Cybersecurity has also become an important issue that needs to be handled through the update of both software and hardware, according to the company.

Cloud-based data insight is another key trend for next year, because in the age of vast amounts of data, selecting and analyzing what is useful is more important than merely monitoring videos. The cloud used to be a system where data is saved, but its function will grow to become more sophisticated as it will be utilized to process information.

The company also picked privacy protection and vertical specialized solutions as two other key trends.

Enforcing regulations on privacy protection are a global trend particularly apparent in Europe and the United States.

On top of the Federal Information Security Management Act in the United States, the California Consumer Privacy Act will also be implemented, with the intention of enhancing privacy rights and consumer protections.

Hanwha Techwin said its solutions can protect information on videos, and it introduced a lineup that adheres to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

Offering specialized devices and solutions in the age of the fourth industrial revolution will rise as the key responsibility of video surveillance operators, according to Hanwha Techwin, which markets specialized solutions used in a range of fields, including retail, manufacturing and transportation.

BY JIN MIN-JI [jin.minji@joongang.co.kr]

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