IDIS will return to the ASIS International Seminar and Exhibition this year in Dallas, Texas, as part of the company’s year-long 20th anniversary celebration and showcase of IDIS video surveillance technologies. IDIS will feature its signature offerings (such as the flagship DirectIP™), debut new technology, and preview an exciting path ahead for 2018. As the final major tradeshow on the company’s global schedule, ASIS will also host its final 20th anniversary booth celebration of the year on the afternoon of Wednesday, September 27, where we will recognize and thank valued customers and media partners and celebrate the accomplishments of “Two Decades of Innovation.”
For the second year in a row, IDIS has been named a finalist in the U.S. Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs) competition in the “Outstanding Security Manufacturer” category. (IDIS was previously shortlisted in 2016 in the “Best Security Integrator/Solution Provider” category with key integration partners, SARC). The OSPAs “recognize and reward companies and individuals across the security sector,” based on criteria determined from “extensive research on key factors that contribute to and characterize outstanding performance.” Winners in each category will be announced during ASIS in Dallas, Texas.
IDIS recently unveiled the enhanced 12MP Super Fisheye Camera, which delivers 360-degree HD surveillance with clear identification from center to edge and wall-to-wall. Built-in IR LEDs ensure nearly 50 feet night visibility and it offers camera-side, client-side, and mobile dewarping along with a choice of recording platforms and VMS options. The camera also includes the groundbreaking ease and accuracy of IDIS's Smart UX Controls v2.0, two-way communication, and the benefit of IDIS Intelligent Codec with MAT, which delivers up to 90% storage and bandwidth savings.
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A recent issue of Security Today took a look at IDIS's ongoing partnership with GardaWorld as the global security leader sought to upgrade 250+ sites in the United States and Canada. IDIS installed over 700 analog and IP cameras as well as DirectCX TVRs to meet analog requirements. IDIS DirectIP NVRs met their IP needs and were incorporated rapidly thanks to their true plug-and-play ease, speed of installation, and self-configuration, which dramatically reduced downtime. The interoperability inherent in the IDIS Total Solution allowed the intuitive IDIS Center VMS and IDIS Solution Suite VMS to harmonize the varied mixes of video surveillance technologies to meet all monitoring requirements.
IDIS recently named Mikal Ranneklev as the company’s regional sales manager for the north central region. Ranneklev brings more than two decades of multi-faceted security industry experience to IDIS, having worked extensively serving partners and end users in both access control and video surveillance manufacturing. A proven manager of sales relationships for projects ranging from small- to mid-size businesses through enterprise level installations, Ranneklev’s extensive experience aligns well with IDIS’s commitment to meeting "any surveillance need of any size" through its comprehensive, end-to-end analog and IP networked video surveillance solutions.