IDIS has announced the launch of its IDIS Dynamic Privacy Masking (IDPM) solution, a quick and efficient privacy tool, provided free of charge to its users. Continuing the company’s tradition of delivering specific solutions responsive to market conditions and concerns, IDPM offers a quick and efficient solution to the previously labor-intensive, and at time prohibitively expensive, problem of obscuring or “de-identifying” persons in surveillance footage who are incidental, irrelevant, or protected by law when footage is to be reviewed by, shared with, or provided to a third party
Advanced video projects delivered by SECOM, Johnson Controls and ISD Tech have been recognised at IFSEC with a special award event on the IDIS stand.
Over the last 12 months large-scale implementations and high definition IP system upgrades, harnessing the latest IDIS technology, have given enhanced video capability at NHS facilities, fashion chains, coffee shops, variety stores, and market leaders in the eating-out sector.
IDIS has launched its AI in the Box (DV-2116), boosting the power of surveillance systems with the most accurate deep learning analytics yet developed.
Korea’s largest surveillance manufacturer says in independent tests IDIS Deep Learning Analytics (IDLA) has achieved industry-beating accuracy rates of 97%, a record performance which is further boosted by high speed processing.
IDIS has launched its totally cost-free IDIS Dynamic Privacy Masking (IDPM) solution at IFSEC International (stand IF1110 at London’s ExCel)
IDIS now offers a simple answer to the previously labour-intensive – or prohibitively expensive – problem of de-identification in video footage which is being submitted in response to requests for access under The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or for evidential purposes.
Gerry Dunphy, event director of IFSEC International caught up with our sales director at IDIS Europe, Jamie Barnfield to get the latest on IDIS product and technology launches, discover how IDIS is delivering value to the entire security buying chain and to get an insight into what the largest surveillance manufacturer in Korea views as the biggest trends that are shaping the technology landscape.
In an exclusive interview with International Security Journal, Jamie Barnfield, Sales Director, IDIS Europe discusses what the company will be displaying at IFSEC 2019 and what IDIS is doing to address network failures and gaps in footage and the recent award success of IDIS Super Fisheye technology.
IDIS America, the regional headquarters of the South Korea-based global video surveillance manufacturer, has announced a substantial donation of equipment to The Salvation Army of North Texas, and the completion of installation at the charitable endeavor’s newest facility in Lewisville, Texas. The donation was made in conjunction with KOTRA, the Korean Investment-Promotion Trade Agency, office in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Network security and the threat of cyber-loopholes should be a top priority for video surveillance users, IDIS will tell visitors to IFSEC International.
Launching a cybersecurity advisory video ahead of the show, the IDIS team will also be on hand to demonstrate and explain how IDIS technology goes a step further to strengthen the resilience of traditional surveillance network processes.
Korea’s largest surveillance manufacturer will be highlighting the dangers of cyber-attacks and the common vulnerabilities found in many surveillance set ups – and showcasing a full range counter-measures – at the London ExCel event on 18-20 June, stand IF1110.
Important advances in video technology, including a range of exciting new cameras and smarter deep learning analytics, will be showcased by IDIS at IFSEC International (18-20 June) stand IF1110
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IDIS’s 5MP Super Fisheye Compact camera has been confirmed as a finalist in the 2019 Benchmark Innovation Awards, the latest in a string of successes for the company’s fisheye technology.
Jamie Barnfield, Sales Director, IDIS Europe spoke to the International Security Journal about recent video installations for both the NHS and major retailers highlighting how the latest surveillance tech is being used for much more than just security.
IDIS, the global video surveillance player based in South Korea, has inked a deal with The Japan Victor Company, or JVC, to sell its products through JVC in Japan. IDIS's distributor in Japan, SECURE, signed a contract with JVC in March 2019. Through this agreement, JVC will sell IDIS-branded video surveillance products in its distribution network throughout Japan.
IDIS has achieved a double success in the hotly-contested 2019 Safety & Health Excellence Awards, winning the Security Innovation of the Year category, and receiving a special judges’ commendation for Health & Safety Project of the Year.
On the first day of ISC West, IDIS debuted “Create a Better World,” a new North American public service campaign from the surveillance technology manufacturer, with an uplifting new video posted in conjunction with the rollout of the South Korean manufacturer’s expanded IDIS America social media presence. Additionally, the company will highlight the new campaign during the show, in booth #18059, with promotions and giveaways.