03.03.2023 • News

Hanwha Techwin Rebrands to Hanwha Vision

With the announcement of the name change, the company expresses its intention to lead innovation in the field of global vision solutions.

On march 1st, Hanwha Techwin announced that it is changing its name to Hanwha Vision, as the company expands its offering as a global vision solution provider. Through this expansion, Hanwha Vision will go beyond its video surveillance products to provide next-generation vision solutions that integrate artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud technologies to deliver insights into customers’ business operations, while driving global market innovation.

“By building on our core competitiveness through innovation, we will continue to alleviate our customers’ pain points while adding new value with advanced vision solutions,” said Soon-hong Ahn, President and CEO of Hanwha Vision.

“As we expand our business from surveillance monitoring and post-event analysis, we will provide customised information through big data analytics and actionable solutions that not only prevent incidents but also respond to them in real time. Our new vision solutions will be instrumental in advancing customers operational strategies,” CEO Ahn added.

In line with this business development, Hanwha Vision will gradually roll out the rebranding of its overseas subsidiaries, products and solutions, based on market conditions.

Hanwha Techwin Rebrands to Hanwha Vision

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