IDIS, a leading global security company that designs, develops, manufactures, and delivers IP surveillance solutions, announces that it is integrating a range of its market-leading high definition (HD) cameras with world-class video management software (VMS) from Genetec Inc. (Genetec™).

Simplifies management of security operations and situational awareness

The development – which builds on an established relationship – brings to market a powerful combination of IDIS network dome cameras, including vandal-resistant and infrared (IR) models, with Genetec™ Security Center, an open-architecture, unified IP-security solution. Security Center seamlessly blends IP access control, video surveillance, and automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) within a single intuitive interface to simplify the management of security operations and situational awareness.

Through this collaboration, IDIS and Genetec™ will make it much easier for organisations to improve safety, security, and protection for their people, property, and assets while benefitting from the multiple commercial and competitive advantages offered by smarter HD surveillance.

IDIS network dome cameras deliver unrivalled HD performance, including outstanding image quality, Full HD (1080p) resolution, a comprehensive range of advanced features, as well as multiple video streams. Thanks to the multiple video streams, this can be configured and used independently for live monitoring, recording, and remote data transmission with preferred resolution, quality, and bit rate.

Models that are being integrated and validated with Security Center will include the IDIS DC-D1223WX, a Full HD vandal-resistant dome camera, and IDIS DC-D1223WHR, a Full HD vandal-resistant IR camera. The cameras also benefit from low power consumption and require little maintenance ensuring the IDIS signature low total cost of ownership.

Integrates access control, video surveillance, and ALPR applications

Security Center integrates three main security applications, including access control, video surveillance, and ALPR within a unified, intuitive user interface. Because it is built on an open-platform with a robust software developers’ kit (SDK), Security Center can also integrate third party security software, hardware, and business systems for a totally extensible, unified IP-physical security management solution.

Albert Ryu, President and Chief Operating Officer at IDIS, said, “We are delighted to announce that IDIS and Genetec are working more closely to bring innovative surveillance solutions to market. In an increasingly complex security landscape, organisations across all sectors, whether large or small, need proven, powerful systems to tackle the myriad of security and operational challenges they face. Combining high-performance IDIS cameras with the innovative, unified VMS solutions from Genetec, our customers will benefit from minimised risk, optimised efficiency, and improved performance of their security and surveillance operations.”

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