The European Union (EU) directive, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has made it even more crucial for customers to work with a surveillance manufacturer they can trust. That’s why IDIS now offers the tools to support compliance of surveillance operations in line with GDPR. Technologies include new Privacy Masking, proprietary Chained Fingerprint to ensure the integrity of surveillance data, enhanced network security and IDIS Critical Failover to prevent the loss of footage across an array of fault conditions. From the design and development phase, we ensure our products and solutions can assist organisations in deploying and operating privacy compliant systems. More information can be found on the GDPR section of our website.
An upgraded public area surveillance solution using robust video capture technology from IDIS, is safeguarding Leybourne Parish Council in Kent against anti-social behaviour. The new IDIS system, installed by iC2 CCTV, has allowed the council to work within a limited budget to deliver extended coverage, improved image quality and no data loss. At the heart of the system is the powerful 64-channel, full HD NVR recorder (DR-8364D) – which offers the advantage of flexible H.265/H.264 dual codec performance. A combination of 3MP and 5MP IDIS domes and bullet cameras in key locations gives significantly improved coverage and image detail, while IDIS Smart Failover provides the best guarantee against data loss.
IDIS’s H.265 IR PTZ surveillance camera, the (DC-S3883HRX), has achieved the exceptional distinction of winning two of Germany’s top international design accolades. The innovative camera has scooped both a 2018 international iF Design Award and the Red Dot ‘seal of quality’ Award. The annual iF Design Awards is a globally-recognised prize, which this year attracted 6402 entries from 54 countries. The Red Dot Award is now one of the most sought-after quality marks for good design. The Red Dot scheme recognises qualities such as ‘ease of use, high level of functionality, attractive appearance and compatibility with the environment’.
The fourth annual edition of The Video Surveillance Report sets out, like previous editions, to gauge industry opinion and experiences of the latest innovations in network cameras and video surveillance systems. The report shares findings based on a survey of hundreds of professionals working in the security industry – from installers and integrators to consultants and heads of security. To find out the latest 2018 and surveillance trends and opinions download this incredibly insightful whitepaper by clicking here.
These are the latest addition to our proud tradition of exceptional technological innovation in the surveillance recording space. The IDIS DirectIP® 8400 series minimises video loss ensuring high performance live view and recording. This new premium NVR range features removable front unit HDD trays, redundant power and IDIS Smart Failover technologies. They support RAID 6 for dual redundancy against disk faults and failure, and deliver world-leading IDIS Intelligent Codec H.265/H.264 performance, along with IDIS’s full-featured VMS, IDIS Center, at no additional cost to the user.
Plopsaland De Panne is a flagship visitor attraction, the first of six spectacular theme parks now operated by the Plopsa Group in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. Against a background of heightened terrorist risk affecting all public spaces, the management board wanted to ensure that visitors and staff could continue to enjoy themselves while feeling safe and protected with a view to an upgraded surveillance system. Following a thorough review, Plopsa Group chose IDIS to meet its needs of enhanced monitoring capability of key areas, easy mobile viewing, sharper images, faster streaming and continuous, stable recording.