HIKVision Products Dealers Kenya

HIKVision Products Dealers Kenya

Hikvision produces a vast range of CCTV cameras and access control, including IP cameras, HD analog cameras, management, and analytics software, and alarm system.

IP cameras are the future of surveillance cameras, turning received images and audio input into data transmitted over a secure internet connection. Hikvision provides a range of these smart IP cameras, complete with inbuilt analytics software.

The hikvision access control systems restrict access to workstations, file rooms housing sensitive data, printers, and entry doors.

We are a trusted Hikvision dealer distributor in Nairobi Kenya. We provide Hikvision products at affordable prices.

We offer the following Hikvision products;


Closed Circuit Television is a private or closed video system where the viewing of the video is usually restricted to a specific group of individuals. Systems can range in size from being within a single building to a complex of buildings to large campuses and city centers. The visual images created by a CCTV system are usually viewed while an event is happening or recorded for ‘after-the-fact’ review, either on-site or off-site. Such reviews of prerecorded visual information are usually done ‘remotely’ according to the design and complexity of the CCTV system.

HIKVision CCTV Solution that we offer.

     Our Hikvision CCTV is a visual surveillance technology designed for monitoring a variety of environments and activities all at the same time. CCTV systems typically involve a dedicated communications link between cameras in the field and monitors at one or more control centers.

   Hubtech limited Hikvision CCTV systems provide real-time, time-lapse, event, or digitally recorded surveillance information. These help in detecting, responding to, investigating, and providing evidence for security, safety, and related incidents. It prevents security breaches by allowing security personnel to monitor access control systems at entry points to secure areas.

 The Hikvision CCTV system involves a linked system of cameras viewed and operated from a series of control rooms. Cameras come in many configurations classified under two general categories; stationary and moving. Stationary cameras point at a specific scene of interest and broadcast that one scene to the control site 100% of the time. The cameras adjust to compensate for the lighting conditions.

Moving cameras allow a system operator to move the camera by remote control to follow an object of interest over a large area of interest. The use of a joystick in the control center that provides side-to-side (pan), up and down (tilt), does this and zoom control. We usually program pTZ devices to move in user-defined PTZ sequences to provide general surveillance of areas of interest. These cameras have many automated adjustments, such as autofocus and auto iris, to keep the image optimized for accurate viewing.

Security Surveillance Performance

In modern video systems, it is possible to have hundreds or even thousands of cameras. Therefore, the idea that an individual or group of individuals would be able to ‘monitor’ or ‘view’ the overall system becomes inconceivable. For this reason, modern designs try to obtain systems that are “view-free” and “hands-free”.

View-free video accomplishes through recording “events” versus continuous recording of empty areas. They accomplish event recording through various forms of ‘alarm interfacing’. They add a magnetic switch to a door. This triggers the camera’s assigned recording device to record the image from the camera in the ‘event’ that the door opens. This saves video storage room (tape, disc, or hard drive) as well as precious time reviewing video information.

  Hands-free video systems accomplish through the use of various types of electronic, programmable triggers. The door opens, and the video recorder starts recording automatically and continues until the door closes. This action frees the guard from controlling the function of the system versus responding to the situation.

    These Hikvision CCTV systems are ‘pre-positioned programmed’. This gives the designer or operator the ability to set up multiple viewpoints in advance of need. In this way, cameras on pan/tilt systems (either mechanical or digital) automatically move from point to point on a pre-determined route. We add alarm points to move the camera’s view to the alarmed position when needed.

Benefits of installing Hubtech Hikvision CCTV system.

The following are the reasons for installing CCTV cameras and the benefits of installing them:

Remote CCTV Access

Remote Access and Cloud Backup is one of the key features and benefits that most homeowners and businesses are looking for in CCTV. Remote access to the recorded video and live feed from your security cameras is crucial.

Almost every security system comes with some kind of companion app found on the play store that gives you varying degrees of control. This means that you can see live footage from the camera on your mobile phone while away, even in another city.

Some apps come with advanced features. You can activate and deactivate the cameras remotely. Besides the ability to monitor your home when you are away, it gives you control over how and where you can access your security system.

We integrate them with other smart home devices, allowing you to dim the lights or turn on your water heater from the same app. Security systems allow you to store your footage on the cloud, creating backups and archiving footage for later use.

Motion Detection & Push Notification

The primary advantage is that it cuts down the amount of footage recording, saving you tonnes of storage space.

 Avoid internal and external theft

Every business owner realizes that they have to protect themselves and their business from unnecessary damage from both inside and outside factors.

In such cases, having CCTV surveillance eliminates your blind spot, watches over employees, and stamps out employee theft or property damage before it ever happens.

Evidence collection

Although the CCTV camera deters most criminals, some take the chance and end up caught on camera. You can find a lot of such footage on Google. Apart from clogging up the internet with their mischief, CCTV footage like these also serves as a great tool for evidence gathering and lead extraction. These tapes serve as solid evidence and help in solving crimes by giving insight into the criminals’ techniques.

Staff security

Safeguarding your employees is as important as protecting your asset. CCTV encourages good behavior and helps avoid any complications.

Private and sensitive area surveillance

Every business has areas that have special or sensitive information which you don’t want everyone to access. For banks, it’s their locker rooms, for chefs their recipe locker, and other small businesses -the cash register. The installation of CCTV cameras in such locations discourages anyone from entering these locations and protects your secret.

Trade secrets are an important part of the business. It is what sets them apart from their competition and to have that leaked can prove detrimental to the organization.

 Customer satisfaction insurance

A satisfied customer is a happy customer, and a happy customer means good business. But unfortunately, you cannot be there all the time to watch over your employees. CCTV camera enables you to keep watch remotely and if this is not possible, you can watch recorded tapes to see performance and asses merits.

Protection against false liability lawsuits

According to the realist perspective, people are always trying to take advantage of others. This is most common with false lawsuits. CCTV footage proves your viewpoint and avoids such claims.

Curb sexual harassment

Sexual harassment is a very real threat in the workplace and its prohibition by the law does little to prevent it. CCTV cameras function as the ‘eye in the sky and nip would-be offenders before sprouting. It also gives female employees a sense of security and safety.

HIKVISION Access control

The purpose of access control is to grant entrance to a building or office only to those who are normally authorized to be there. The deadbolt lock, along with its matching brass key, was the gold standard of access control for many years; however, modern businesses want more. Yes, they want to control who passes through their doors, but they also want a way to monitor and manage access. Keys have now passed the baton to computer-based electronic access control systems that provide quick, convenient access to authorized persons.

Access control systems can be also used to restrict access to workstations, file rooms housing sensitive data, printers, and entry doors.

Hikvision Biometric access control system

The Biometric Access Control System is a time attendance control system with fingerprint access and it tracks and records data of visitors and Employees. We widely used this in confidential places for its easy installation and top security.

Biometric Access Control System uses a fingerprint instead of a card system for access. The Access Control System not only permits entry but also gives data regarding the entry of persons. We can integrate the Attendance Software with any existing payroll software and it gives an automatic record of information generated by the Attendance System. This saves time and resources in the recording.

Proximity Access Control System:

The proximity access control system is a more confidential access control system. It ensures a safe environment. There are about 50 kinds of time zone settings and 5 open door groups.

Door Access Control Systems:

Access Control Door opening/closing system is a compact, low-cost, standalone. It is ready to use and easy to install the device. Any electrician can install it with an electromagnetic lock with simple instructions provided.

It is suitable for homes, offices, and other access control applications. We typically administered access control systems at a central location. Besides electronic door locks, there are access control panel models and magnetic door locks with uninterrupted power supplies.

Security Access Control System:

There are many options in security access control systems. For example, we can customize a home security system to meet each individual and family’s needs.

The systems consist of sensors placed at different locations throughout the house that communicate with a central control unit. The control unit connects to an alarm or to an automatic telephone dialer or Internet connection to monitor.

These systems are available as monitored or non-monitored, which simply activate a loud or flashing alarm attached to the home. In a monitored system, we connect it to a 24-hour central monitoring service, and this service receives an intruder signal. The home receives a call within seconds and the person who answers must give their name and the passcode. Whereas in a Non-monitored alarm system call is set to dial the local police directly when the system detects an intruder.

Low-voltage wires connect a wired security system and a wireless security system employs tiny radio transmitters which transmit signals to the central control unit. All these control units have batteries that automatically recharge when the unit is online with household power.

Selecting access control security for your business

  • Performance – The most important factor is security. Will the system provide adequate protection for areas of the building that contain sensitive information? Access control models must provide the right level of protection, right up to maximum for the areas of highest risk.
  • If a reader or access control unit is not reliable, it reduces the level of security. Downtime for repair or maintenance also increases risk and inconvenience for users.
  • Convenience–Although access control models deter unwanted intruders, it should not be inconvenient for authorized users who require ongoing access.
  • Management–As well as convenience for users, the system should also be convenient for a system administrator to manage. The operation, configuration, management, and maintenance should be straightforward.
  • Flexibility–System components should be customizable so that a system administrator can configure them to meet specific requirements for different areas and individual users
  • Scalability –This will ensure a consistent security model across the organization and reduce overall costs.
  • Compliance–The system should enable the business to comply with any customer security requirements, data protection requirements, or industry-specific regulations.
  • Through-life costs–The total through-life costs for operating, managing, and maintaining the system.
  • Features–As well as providing essential security functions, it’s important to select systems that include access control features that save time or improve efficiency. Remote access management capability improves convenience and flexibility for the IT team, enabling them to manage systems and respond to incidents from any location.
  • Upgrading – Manufacturers regularly introduce new features or upgrades to protect against new security vulnerabilities or improve system performance.