The latest advances in secure surveillance technology, engineered entirely in Korea, are being demonstrated by IDIS at Security Essen (25-28 September), on booth E10, Halle 5. The IDIS Total Solution is increasingly being preferred by major users globally because it offers the advantages of secure, exclusively Korean design and manufacturing, as well as outstanding performance in all applications.

Important innovations on show at Security Essen include: IDIS’ flagship DirectIP solution; a full array of IP cameras (including full-HD and 4K), network video recorders, network accessories and monitors; new privacy masking features to support user compliance with data protection regulations (such as GDPR); IDIS Center, which typically delivers 50% cost savings on centralised monitoring systems in comparison with server-based solutions; and game-changing AI.

Advanced deep network

IDLA is easy to set up and use, with no calibration required, simply by setting the region of interest and sensitivity

Proving to be the biggest draw for visitors is the latest iteration of IDIS Deep Learning Analytics (IDLA) technology that has opened a new door to the future of video analytics with ground-breaking 96% accuracy combined with a 200ips speed allowing for the analysis of 32 channels simultaneously.

These exciting advances in video analytics makes IDLA more accurate, faster, and more scalable than competitive offerings. It provides agile appearance searching, object detection and classification (for example people, cars, and bicycles) intrusion detection, and loitering detection—all adapted to fit a 16:9 ratio. The IDLA engine offers this unrivalled accuracy thanks to its advanced deep network architecture. Yet, IDLA is easy to set up and use, with no calibration required, simply by setting the region of interest and sensitivity.

Powerful AI solution

Further, since IDLA does not require additional processing power users can progress legacy hardware and cameras to transform their existing surveillance system into a powerful AI solution. Version 2.0 will be commercially available early next year, and users will be able to access both standard and advanced functionality, such as appearance search, through a single and affordable licence. Object detection and classification, intruder detection and loitering analytics are already available for users of IDIS Solution Suite video management software.

Making its major exhibition debut in Germany, IDIS DirectIP is a true plug-and-play, end-to-end IP surveillance platform which offers industry-leading ease of use and performance. Consisting of IP cameras, NVRs, network equipment and totally cost-effect IDIS Center software IDIS DirectIP is a complete package that is easy to install, secure, flexible and scalable.

Dynamic privacy masking

IDIS Dynamic Privacy Masking securely masks areas of interest without transcoding, allowing users to protect the privacy of selected individuals

It is compatible with legacy systems and supports third-party and ONVIF protocols, for maximum installation flexibility. DirectIP provides users with best-in-class performance, that when combined with the seven year IDIS Ultimate Warranty, is affordable and cost effective to run.

Visitors to booth E10, Hall 5 are also learning how IDIS Dynamic Privacy Masking is supporting users in complying with privacy legislation such as GDPR. IDIS Dynamic Privacy Masking securely masks areas of interest without transcoding, allowing users to protect the privacy of selected individuals, for example by-standers, in video which is being used as evidence.

Significant cost advantages

Together these advances offer end-users, installers, consultants and distributors new levels of system-building flexibility and security with significant cost advantages. Commenting, Joon Jun, President of the IDIS Global Business Division, said his team was excited to be sharing these latest advances with customers at Security Essen.

IDIS technology is now recognised as a trusted, premium brand and it is being adopted by major users around the world. This success is thanks to our commitment to highly secure manufacturing - which is exclusively Korean - and innovative design which keeps us at the very forefront of the video surveillance sector.”

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