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SK Holdings C&C Introduces Latest Convergence Physical Security Solutions
‘Watz Eye’
SK Holdings C&C Introduces Latest Convergence Physical Security Solutions
  • By Cho Jin-young
  • May 11, 2017, 03:00
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The official website of “Watz Eye.”
The official website of “Watz Eye.”

 

SK Holdings C&C announced that it has opened the official website of its convergence physical security solution “Watz Eye” (www.watzeye.co.kr) on May 10. 

Through Watz Eye, which planted itself as one of the best convergence physical security solutions in Central Asia ad Middle East, the company created the website to introduce its latest convergence physical security solutions and services and strengthen its marketing activities for potential customers overseas.

When you visit the website, you can get a view of its surveillance video analytic system (VAS), video management system (VMS) and license plate recognition (LPR) system. The systems are now widely used in South Korea to prevent crime and traffic accidents.

In addition, you can view various service cases produced by the combination of Watz Eye and these systems, such as disaster prevention, crime response, traffic management, facilities security and environment safety.

In fact, Watz Eye can interconvert and dispersedly process 100 types of surveillance cameras and digital imaging modalities and analyze videos in about one-hundredth of the original time. It also offers the latest disaster prevention services by detecting abnormal behaviors to commit crime and set fire and connecting geographical information to locate and track the areas.

Kim Joong-soo, director of the solution lab at SK Holdings C&C, said, “Watz Eye is the nation’s leading convergence physical security solution which has gained popularity not only in South Korea but also in Central Asia and Middle East. With the opening of the website, we will continuously introduce the latest convergence physical security solutions and equipment and develop the new global physical security market through Watz Eye.”