IDIS showcases the latest generation of its Total Solution offerings during its second appearance at the ASIS International exhibition in Orlando, FL. Among the offerings presented by the global surveillance powerhouse are the company’s most powerful and feature-rich 4K NVR brought to market by IDIS to date; its award-winning IDIS Smart UX Controls; and the IDIS Solution Suite, a powerful VMS that sits among the industry’s most functional and flexible.
Global surveillance powerhouse IDIS will be showcasing the next generation of its Total Solution offerings in Orlando at this year’s ASIS International exhibition next week. Among these innovative latest offerings is the most powerful and feature-rich 4K NVR brought to market by IDIS to date; the groundbreaking, award-winning IDIS Smart UX Controls; and IDIS Solution Suite, a powerful video management software (VMS), among the industry’s most functional and flexible.
Judges for the 2016 New Product of the Year competition, sponsored by Security Products magazine and Security-Today.com, have named IDIS Smart UX Controls their 2016 New Product of the Year in “Convergence & Integrated Software Solutions.” In announcing the list of 2016 winners
The 10 insights below come from Mat Thirtein, security consultant at ICU Security Group/SARC Virtual Guarding, and Keith Drummond, senior director of sales (Americas) for IDIS.
DALLAS, August 23, 2016 - Security Products magazine, the only integrated product and technology
magazine reaching the entire security market, and securitytoday.com, the preeminent editorial website for
the security industry, announced the winners of their 2016 New Product of the Year Award today.
The strategic growth and expansion of global surveillance powerhouse IDIS—including the well-received 2015 expansion of the IDIS brand business into the Americas—has resulted in increased market share and industry presence with recognition in recent global rankings by key industry analysts and observers, including the 2016 IHS market analysis and a&s International “Security 50.”
IDIS has today announced that it will be a platinum sponsor of this year’s Smarter Dubai Forum for Safety and Security taking place at the Sofitel Downtown Dubai hotel on 20th September 2016.
IDIS has announced the hiring of Brian White as the newest IDIS America Regional Sales Manager and the appointment of Robert Miville to the IDIS America Inside Sales team.
An innovative partnership of security services and technological innovation between global surveillance provider IDIS and the Arizona-based Surveillance Acquisition Response Center (SARC) has been shortlisted for the first annual United States Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs) in the category of “Best Integrator/Solution Provider.”
IDIS has appointed Wael Tanoukhi to the position of Technical Manager to support its growing customer base in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
Global surveillance powerhouse IDIS and innovative homeland security solutions provider Edge360 have announced the successful proof of concept of the companies’ groundbreaking mobile Public Safety Video System during the City of Houston’s 2016 Freedom Over Texas Festival.
Today, IDIS, a global surveillance company and SECOM Plc, a world class company supplying tailored fire and security solutions to homes, businesses and public sector organisations, announces a strategic UK partnership agreement at IFSEC International 2016, at London’s ExCel.
IDIS announced from stand G700 at IFSEC International, IDIS Intelligent Codec, an advanced compression technology building on the company’s comprehensive H.265 range of full-HD IP cameras and network video recorders (NVRs) already delivering up to a 50% bit rate reduction saving on storage space and network bandwidth.
IDIS, a global surveillance solutions provider, and VIDEOR E.Hartig GmbH, have signed a strategic partnership that sees the leading video-security, broadcast and image processing distributor offering the IDIS Total Solution throughout the German speaking markets of Deutschland, Austria and Switzerland (DACH).
With HD cameras still leading the surveillance market there is a recognition that the next step is 4K cameras but a recent IHS review suggested that a move to 4k is likely some years off. HD cameras traditionally use a compression codec called H264 but with 4k cameras there is a huge price to pay and that price is a combination of bandwidth and storage.