At Intersec, IDIS featured its award-winning flagship DirectIP technology platform, enhancements to popular stalwarts (including the DirectCX analogue offering and highly lauded IDIS Solution Suite modular video management software), and debut new technology, including new efforts in the area of deep learning, poised to redefine video surveillance as we know it for years to come.

Specifically, IDIS highlighted the following innovations and latest technologies at Intersec 2018:

  • A powerful range of vertical surveillance solutions, including solutions for banking that feature the IDIS Covert Modular camera (DC-V3213XJ), sized perfectly for ATMs, and the multi-layered protection of IDIS Critical Failover. IDIS’ retail solution includes a smart and cost-effective video analytics solution, VA in the Box; the company’s DD-1216 decoder (which enables 16-inch real-time display), and the HE-1101 HDMI encoder, which allows for comprehensive PoS monitoring. IDIS have further unveiled a new, full range of 4K cameras, each featuring Intelligent Codec, which provides up to 90% savings in storage capability, an essential benefit for those seeking to leverage the full potential of high-resolution 4K technologies.
  • Fast, accurate and scalable IDIS Deep Learning Analytics, powered by the IDIS Deep Learning Engine, which offers nimble monitoring of people, cars and bicycles; and alerts for object detection, loitering and intrusion — all adapted to fit a 16:9 ratio. Now with offerings spanning the IDIS 4-ch DR-1204P NVR (meeting the technological and affordability requirements of smaller operations) to the next-generation IDIS Deep Learning Analytics, IDIS are as committed as ever to meeting “any surveillance need, of any size.”
  • A complete line-up of H.265 cameras and NVRs, including the newly-enhanced IDIS 12MP Super Fisheye Camera, which offers improved specifications and performance, and the powerful IDIS DR-8364 NVR, which features 900Mbps throughput, redundant power and IDIS Smart Failover technologies.

Harry Kwon, General Manager of IDIS Middle East and North Africa, noted: "IDIS is looking forward to our upcoming appearance at Intersec 2018, and the opportunity it always provides to connect with industry players, including treasured partners and customers, both existing and potential.

In 2017, we celebrated two decades of innovation as we recognised our 20th anniversary year. 2018 is a new year and a particularly exciting time for IDIS, as we look forward to shaping the next 20 years of video surveillance with continued technological advancement, the introduction of next-generation offerings, and our deep dive into deep learning and artificial intelligence and ensure it is applied in a practical and beneficial way to meet the industry’s most critical needs.”

As always, we’ll do it with applicability, affordability, and ease of use at the forefront.  We look forward to sharing this and more on stand at Intersec, and we guarantee visitors to our booth this year will not be disappointed as we tell the story of why it’s not the same. It’s IDIS."

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