Hanwha Techwin helps keep traffic moving on Italy’s Pedemontana Veneta Highway A new highway relies on AI-powered video technology from Hanwha Techwin and Sprinx…
A major UK logistics centre needed an efficient video surveillance system to monitor its operations. Zicam and Hanwha Techwin implemented a standalone system for the picking area to give a comprehensive overview of any issues occurring on-site such as a conveyor belt jamming, equipment failure, or parcels falling from the belt.
The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) serves over 30,000 students from 140 countries. It has over 3,200 staff, and is one of the largest universities in the UK with three modern campus locations: the main Frenchay Campus, City Campus (Bower Ashton, Watershed, Spike Island, and Arnolfini) and Glenside Campus
The Londoner Hotel heralds a new kind of hotel. Dubbed the ‘super boutique hotel’ The Londoner is situated on one of the world’s most iconic squares, a true London landmark, with high calibre guests to match. The building spans 16 storeys, with five different restaurants and bars, a subterranean wellness floor with spa and gym, and 350 rooms and suites.
The Glasgow Science Centre has invested in a new video surveillance system from Hanwha Techwin to help create a safe environment for visitors who wish to enjoy the Centre’s extensive facilities which include over 400 interactive exhibits, planetarium and a space zone.
Motor Fuel Group (MFG), the UK’s largest independent forecourt operator, has entrusted Wisenet cameras manufactured by Hanwha Techwin, to help protect its major investment in electric vehicle (EV) charging hubs.
Module Me is a systems integrator that specialises in providing automation and security solutions to high-end clients, such as hotels and luxury private homes, across…
Located in North West England, Heysham 2 held the world record for the longest continuous operation of a nuclear generator without a shutdown. To ensure the generator retains this enviable reputation for reliability, its operator EDF has recently invested approximately £30 million in plant improvements which has included a phased upgrade of the site’s video surveillance system.