Intersec will provide a launch pad for IDIS DirectIP, supporting 2014 growth plans for the Middle East region
IDIS will demonstrate how DirectIP delivers benefits across the entire security buying chain

Global surveillance leader, IDIS has announced plans to debut its industry-changing DirectIP surveillance solutions at next month’s Intersec Expo in Dubai. The exhibition will provide a launch pad for DirectIP, supporting 2014 growth plans for the Middle East region.

IDIS will showcase the game-changing DirectIP solutions on stand 231C, Sheikh Saeed Hall 1 during the Intersec Expo from 19 – 21 January 2014, at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. Packaged as a one-stop-shop solution, comprising a range of cameras, network video recorders (NVR) and comprehensive video management software, DirectIP delivers unrivalled plug-and-play simplicity, combined with highest-quality performance, compatibility all at attractive pricing levels.

Presented across five dynamic “experience zones,” IDIS will take visitors through each zone to demonstrate exactly how DirectIP delivers benefits across the entire security buying chain, from distributors, dealers, installers and integrators through to end user customers:

Simplicity – DirectIP is truly plug and play, offering an intuitive user interface similar to that of analogue systems in terms of configuration, usability and day-to-day operation. Visitors will learn how DirectIP eliminates the need for IP addressing and frees installers of the need to develop expert IT and network skills. The IDIS team welcomes Intersec delegates to take the DirectIP simplicity challenge, by setting up NVRs and cameras to enable instant live HD streaming in a matter of minutes.

High performance – Intersec attendees will see DirectIP NVRs performing five key Pentaplex processes simultaneously, including real-time live monitoring and recording at HD resolution with no degradation of image quality, network interruption and little to no latency compared with competitive solutions.

Compatibility – Managed through IDIS video management software, visitors will see in action how DirectIP enables integration with third party systems and devices such as access control, ATMs and point of sale systems.

Cost effectiveness – Intersec attendees will understand how DirectIP delivers cost savings across the entire security buying chain; through eliminating annual license fees, reducing the time and cost associated with installation, as well as bringing down training and maintenance requirements.

"With DirectIP, we have eliminated complicated configuration and reduced installation costs to ensure everyday use — resulting in significant value across the entire security buying chain"

One-stop-shop solution – The IDIS stand will feature all the necessary elements and accessories to build a complete DirectIP solution. This rich connectivity provides a powerful yet intuitive solution, appropriate for a wide range of vertical markets and applications. DirectIP eases the multi-product burden on distributors and installers, by offering a complete and end-to-end HD video surveillance solution.

“We looked at how the industry installs and operates analogue systems and realised that networked HD video surveillance had become far too complicated and expensive. With DirectIP, we have eliminated complicated configuration and reduced installation costs to ensure simple, everyday use — resulting in significant value across the entire security buying chain. Visitors to the IDIS stand at Intersec will have the chance to clearly see that DirectIP is the next generation in HD surveillance,” noted, Albert Ryu, Vice President of IDIS.

Visitors pre-booking DirectIP demonstrations during Intersec, receive automatic entry into a prize draw for an iPad and other fantastic prizes. Visitors should e-mail intersec@idisglobal.com to book a dedicated time slot and experience first-hand next generation video surveillance. IDIS will also hold a Press Briefing with Afternoon Tea at 15:30 on Monday 20th January 2014.

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