Complete, end-to-end video solutions from IDIS, including the latest AI-enabled analytics and smart tools for managing COVID risks, will be showcased at Intersec (Dubai 16-18 January) in partnership with NIT, an Ingram Micro company on stand S1-H16.
In its latest tech round-up video, IDIS highlights its complete line up of NDAA-compliant cameras and recorders. Featuring HD and UHD network cameras, plus powerful NVR and enterprise-class PC servers that connect seamlessly to a choice of VMS. IDIS’s end-to-end, NDAA-compliant solutions are now being chosen for a growing list of European projects in sectors ranging from education, retail, hotels, data centres, and commerical office space.
Safti, the largest home improvement and DIY store in East Flanders, Belgium, has modernised its video surveillance infrastructure with an end-to-end IDIS solution. The upgrade paid for itself within the first year, reports Safti.
The company previously relied on a legacy video system that was hampered by blind spots, poor image quality and insufficient external cameras, and the modernisation was initiated by managing director Barbara Braekman, granddaughter of the company’s founder.
The new IDIS Intelligent Video Wall Station, designed as a simple plug-in for the cost and license-free IDIS Center VMS, brings the benefits of video wall services to a wider market, including smaller and mid-sized customers. The new offering makes it easier for businesses to plan, design, configure, and use dynamic video walls. It lets them optimize safety and security, with centralized monitoring for single or multiple-sites, without the traditional price tag.
The newly released IDIS Cloud Manager gives users enhanced control of their surveillance operations from any location, using their chosen web browser on desktop, laptop or mobile devices for secure cloud access.
Making it simple and safe to manage sites remotely, the IDIS Cloud Manager allows more flexible, centralized management of surveillance for every level of authorized user, including senior managers, general administrators, and front-line security officers.
YMCA Heart of England has upgraded video systems across its busy community facilities in Birmingham, Solihull, Rugby and Coventry with a roll-out of end-to-end DirectIP technology from IDIS.
Part of the international YMCA movement, YMCA Heart of England supports local people, including vulnerable groups, with services from housing to youth services.
IDS has released IDIS Solution Suite (ISS) version 3.5, its most powerful enterprise-class VMS yet. New features and service modules are designed around increased situational awareness, efficient response coordination, and speeding up investigations. Improving real-time monitoring, text-to-speech allows operators to configure verbal multilingual notifications to pre-determined events. Operatives can now also benefit from real-time pop-ups based on the GPS location of a triggered alarm, providing enhanced wide-area awareness from cameras ranging from a 10 to 100 kilometre radius.
IDIS end-to-end video is protecting a new, purpose-built visitor center at Canterbury Cathedral, part of a $34 million renovation project transforming one of the UK’s most important UNESCO Heritage sites.
The seven-year program, preserving and safeguarding the fifteen-centuries-old masterpiece of English Gothic architecture – and mother church of the worldwide Anglican communion - includes the addition of a new, purpose-built welcome center for visitors. The center, housing retail facilities, a viewing gallery, and community studio exhibition space, is protected with a best-in-class video solution which combines discrete monitoring with high-performance image capture.
IDIS America has been honored with the prestigious Security Today New Product of the Year Award. The program honors the outstanding product development achievements of security equipment manufacturers whose products are considered to be particularly noteworthy in their ability to improve security.
The NDAA line-up now includes a range of 2MP, 5MP, and 8MP camera models, which are ideal for applications of any size from small to medium sites such as retail outlets, hotels, local government facilities, and offices through to enterprise users such as utilities, school and university campuses, logistics, and large commercial buildings.
A decision that many systems integrators have to make is whether to use a fisheye lens or a multi-sensor camera. Both have a lot of similarities but differences too. For example, a fisheye provides a more cohesive and all-around view, while multi-sensors can offer more pixels per foot, and camera heads can be pointed to focus on specific areas.
Demand for more powerful, flexible but simple integrated security and site management solutions - in applications including datacenters, healthcare, banking, and critical infrastructure – is being met by a new technology tie-up between Korea’s IDIS and Australian-headquartered Inner Range.
IDIS is pleased to announce that its award-winning 12MP IR Super Fisheye camera is now NDAA compliant and available to systems integrators and end users everywhere.
The 12MP IR Super Fisheye ranks as one of the most popular IDIS cameras, due largely to its many innovative and unmatched features, including silky-smooth Smart UX Controls, which enable smooth and intuitive panning, tracking, and zooming with ease and accuracy. These revolutionary controls allow operators to easily follow moving objects or suspects in real-time and dewarp any point of interest in six view modes directly from the camera, VMS or via IDIS mobile apps on smartphones or tablets.
As video users globally pay closer attention to the manufacturing origins and standards-compliance of their systems, IDIS is highlighting the value of its fully licensed network cameras and recorders that feature H.265 video compression. IDIS was among the first manufacturers to deliver the benefits of H.265 compression to the market as part of its end-to-end DirectIP® solution.
The company has confirmed that it has HVEC Advance and H.265 MPEG patent licenses for all its hardware, with licenses dating back to cover all installed systems.
A predicted boom in U.S. travel this summer will lead to increased demand for integrated video, access, and systems in hospitality and leisure settings, says IDIS America. Most Americans – almost three quarters, according to one recent survey by CNBC – will travel domestically for this year’s vacation, as uncertainty remains about traveling overseas.