Idis Newsletters
  • Intersec 2019

    Visitors to Intersec on 20-22 January can expect to see the latest iteration of IDIS Deep Learning Analytics (IDLA) which is delivering ground-breaking accuracy and speed. Customers will now be able to harness these powerful advances in deep learning analytics through the pre-built and configured DV-2116, AI in the Box, which removes the cost and complexity usually associated with implementing AI surveillance.

    Other technologies making their debut at Intersec include: the new value priced Compact Solution line-up which is perfect for small-medium installations and rapid deployments and now features a neat and highly cost-effective 5MP fisheye camera; an edge VA series of cameras, giving users the benefits of flexible, bandwidth-saving analytics functions; a panomorph lens for improved resolution on the outer edges of images in our much loved 12MP Super Fisheye; ruggedized mobile NVRs ideal for public transportation and prisoner escorting; and the IDIS Smartphone Cam that makes it easy for mobile devices to become part of your surveillance solution.

  • Dutch port steers efficiency and safety with IDIS video

    When the busy port Stadshavens Medemblik in the Netherlands needed to upgrade its video surveillance capability it turned to trusted partner Van der Laan. The Dutch technology systems provider confidently recommended IDIS IP video technology. The IDIS solution would offer the most flexible and robust solution to cope with challenging conditions and would be able to scale and adapt to future needs. Retaining much of the existing cabling and avoiding expensive civil works, Van der Laan implemented award-winning IDIS PTZ cameras, all controlled and monitored through IDIS Center video management software. The new solution is not just preventing and detecting crime but enabling greater 24/7 efficiency and control to improve the experience for the users of this rapidly growing port.

  • IDIS supports social welfare and community projects

    As part of the overarching IDIS commitment to social responsibility 2018 saw seen our people support a range of projects and making a positive difference to communities neighbouring our facilities around the world. In late summer, the IDIS Europe team were proud to work with UK integrator, Triple Star Fire & Security, to donate a high-end video system to a BBC DIY SOS: The Big Build project in London. The IDIS donation played a small part in the TV show’s efforts to renovate the home of the Newcombe family, helping them to better support their young son Arlo who has a rare lung disease. Through the efforts of professionals providing their services, product donations, clever engineering and the ability to view full-HD live streaming video on TV sets and mobile devices, life for the family has become more flexible and manageable. The IDIS team members, led by Jamie Barnfield, Sales Director at IDIS Europe, are all incredibly honoured to have worked with the all the volunteers that supported this deserving project.

    Other community projects around the world include video surveillance donations to the City of Coppell in Texas, USA; the installation of an IDIS CCTV system at children’s welfare facility in Cheongju, Korea; and continued financial sponsorship for Korean academic research and talent development. IDIS staff around the world are looking forward to engaging in further projects into the new year and beyond.

  • IDIS video technology puts Starbucks Russia in control

    With hundreds of staff and thousands of customers, Starbucks’ management in Russia wanted a robust, flexible video surveillance solution that would operate effectively in every type of store, from classic coffee houses and shopping centre kiosks to drive-throughs. To meet the challenge of achieving optimum quality video and making use of older cameras in certain locations, Starbucks sought the expertise of AVIX, a leading national distributor. AVIX recommended IDIS technology for its simple installation and use combined with the sleek and compact design of cameras and NVRs to blend with the aesthetics of each outlet. The new solution is built around IDIS Solution Suite video management software which has allowed a mix and match of IP and analogue technology. Operators can now focus in on sales transactions in real-time to rapidly respond to and investigate incidents, verify working hours and maintain quality standards.