IDIS is working with systems integrators to identify and secure video projects in post-COVID growth sectors. Key among them are the: logistics, education, cannabis sales & production, and residential markets. Integrators affected by project delays or cancellations in their established markets are looking to diversify their customer portfolios. A recent analysis released online highlights sectors that will offer significant prospects for new video installations and system upgrades, as customers look to expand, to drive efficiency, or to introduce COVID-safe site control measures. Cyber organised crime “After a number of project successes across North America, we are seeing opportunities in some exciting areas,” said Andrew Myung, President, IDIS America. “There’s a buoyancy in the logistics sector, as ecommerce continues to grow, and COVID-19 has sped up the move to online with many older shoppers turning to online buying for the first time during the pandemic.” “Additionally, distribution and logistics centres need to keep up and upgrade their operations, which results in additional measures to secure the supply chain, track goods in and out as well as mitigating internal shrinkage and external threats such as being targeted by physical and cyber organised crime.” Opportunities also abound in the education sector; video surveillance is a cost-effective solution for schools considering ways to leverage their existing surveillance investment to help students and staff adhere with social distancing, occupancy limits and prevent bottlenecks in corridors and common areas. Smart automation solutions Systems integrators are positioning themselves by partnering with the right vendors, including IDIS" And the fast-growing cannabis sector is likely to continue performing well, with analysts expecting a continued CAGR of up to 20% through to 2027, driven by the increasing legalisation of cannabis for medical as well as adult recreational use. Working with AV integrators in the residential and small business sectors, IDIS is seeing a growth in demand not only for surveillance to increase security and safety, but also to provide convenience and efficiency with though smart automation solutions that integrate lighting, music streaming, HVAC, and a range of IoT devices that can be controlled remotely from mobile apps. In this COVID-19 age, businesses concerned with becoming infection hotspots are looking to increase site monitoring, while pressures to drive efficiency are pushing other businesses to leverage the latest AI video capabilities, with new systems and upgrades, Myung notes. “Yet, for integrators without previous experience in these growth markets, accessing those opportunities can be difficult. Consequently, systems integrators are positioning themselves by partnering with the right vendors, including IDIS.” Reduced training requirements IDIS is structured to collaborate closely with systems integrators and offers them benefits including lower total cost of service (TCS). Advantages of the single-supplier model include improved sales planning, seamless technical support for end-to-end solutions, and reduced training requirements. Looking ahead, Myung says IDIS will be further supporting integration partners by building out solutions to help businesses enforce safe working practice in Q4. “We will be helping them meet new government and industry guidelines with competitive video solutions for applications including building occupancy and density control, social distancing compliance and face mask policy compliance.”
IDIS, one of Korea’s largest in-country video tech manufacturer, is pleased to announce several new staff appointments and hires at IDIS America. Andy Cruz has been named Area Sales Manager for the Houston, Texas region. Cruz brings over fourteen years of security industry experience spanning systems integration, sales, and distribution. Mark Creighton has come aboard as Area Sales Manager for the Southern California territory. A retired Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant, Creighton has been a valued resource in the security industry for over twenty years and brings extensive technical expertise to managing the network video and security sales markets in the Western United States. Security industry experience Jason Burrows now serves as IDIS America’s Regional Sales Director in charge of all sales operations in the Western half of North America. With over twenty-eight years of security industry experience, Burrows has held key positions with the largest brands in video surveillance manufacturing and distribution. Throughout his career, he has worked closely with integration firms and large-scale end-users including military, education, cruise lines, theme parks, shipping ports, Metro transit, and major municipalities. Jeff Montoya has been named Regional Sales Director for the Eastern U.S. region. He brings twenty years of industry experience working for manufacturers, as well as in distribution and integration in the video surveillance and access control markets. With experience handling national account level clients providing sales, service and project coordination, Montoya will also support sales and marketing initiatives for selected vertical markets. Wider global marketing programs IDIS has also recently welcomed several new manufacturer’s rep firms to support its continued growth Leo Choi is responsible for Marketing and Demand Creation of IDIS video tech across North America. Previously working in senior international marketing positions for LG Electronics, Choi has already been instrumental in liaising with IDIS’ sales, marketing, and product planning teams in South Korea to bring new products and technologies to meet the specific needs of the U.S. market. Cydney Higgins serves as IDIS’ Marketing Specialist and has taken on an expanded role to include overseeing wider global marketing programs and communications as well as local marketing and providing sales administration support. IDIS has also recently welcomed several new manufacturer’s rep firms to support its continued growth and expansion in the U.S. market. Deep learning announcements “These new hires bring additional sales capability backed by an extensive tech team and positions IDIS for continued growth into existing and new markets,” says Andrew Myung, President, IDIS America. “The company has some exciting tech launches planned over summer that will further build out our end-to-end solutions for the residential, commercial office space, education and retail sectors. Customers can also expect some exciting deep learning announcements as well continue to bring to market technology that enhances safety and security as well as delivering significant operational efficiencies.”
IDIS has further enhanced its IDIS Center VMS, adding new features and functions targeted at small to mid-sized enterprises and multi-site customers. Organisations can build powerful centralised monitoring solutions, quickly and easily, when implementing IDIS Center together with the wide selection of IDIS DirectIP cameras and powerful NVRs. These deliver customer lifecycle savings of 50% or more compared with server-based solutions, thanks to reduced installation time, no upfront or ongoing license fees, easier maintenance, and the industry-beating IDIS Ultimate Warranty. IDIS Center VMS Important new features now included with the cost-free, license-free IDIS Center VMS include MapVue Important new features now included with the cost-free, license-free IDIS Center VMS include MapVue, an easy-to-use search function that speeds up operator navigation across building layouts and floor plans. Its intuitive interface helps users to view live and play back video streams across multi-camera systems, while maintaining an overview perspective of their facilities’ layouts and camera positions. MapVue also provides easy bookmarking, allowing operators to search the recorded data for persons and activity of interest. Bookmarked footage can then be saved in an Excel file, creating a library of video clips. Instant Meta Filtering (IMF) capabilities IDIS Center users can also now benefit from IDIS Instant Meta Filtering (IMF) capabilities without any licensing or maintenance fees when using the new range of IDIS 6000 Series Edge VA (EVA) cameras. IMF speeds up incident investigations from days or hours to mere minutes. It allows operators to easily collate footage and scan hours of recorded video, from multiple streams, to pinpoint the movements and last-known locations of persons or vehicles of interest. “With these innovative features, IDIS Center is delivering great new benefits and further improving value for our customers,” says Andrew Myung, President, IDIS America. IDIS For Every Network (FEN) technology Surveillance configured with IDIS Center at its heart also ensures greater cyber security Surveillance configured with IDIS Center at its heart also ensures greater cyber security, because devices mutually authenticate and eliminate the need to for passwords to be entered manually. In addition, IDIS For Every Network (FEN) technology lets engineers connect sites to a control room or other centralized monitoring environment with one-click configuration. IDIS Center gives users all the essential features they need to centrally and locally manage surveillance operations. These include live video and remote playback, real-time notifications of events, panic recordings, device system logs, and authority access set by individuals or groups. User-friendly interface Plus, its user-friendly interface is not only appreciated by security operatives but also praised by non-specialists, including teaching staff, healthcare professionals, and store managers who regularly need to access surveillance to investigate incidents quickly and efficiently. “Thousands of customers worldwide are benefitting from the low cost of ownership that IDIS Center offers,” Myung adds. “With the ability to register up to 1024 devices, IDIS Center is powerful enough for medium to large sites. It’s particularly beneficial to multi-site retailers that are tasked with the dual challenge of reducing shrinkage while keeping operating costs low.”
IDIS America, the regional headquarters of South Korean security technology innovator, IDIS, announces Emily’s Place, as the first recipient of a comprehensive donation of company’s award-winning technology as part of its ‘Create a Better World’ campaign. The campaign, announced at the 2019 ISC West security show in April, is designed to support and better empower community organisations, the facility’s mission of providing long-term, multi-faceted care and support for domestic abuse survivors seeking to permanently leave their lives of abuse behind. The IDIS donation was facilitated and installed with the support of the KOTRA, the Korean trade promotion agency, and security integrator Integrated Lifestyles. Emily’s Place, which provides a shared living environment for women and children for up to 24 months, empowers residents to permanently break from an abusive past through committed and active engagement that includes counselling, case management, internal programs, and the mapping of measurable goals for personal development and a successful transformation of their lives. Corporate mission statement The facility further connects residents with assistance from partners within the larger community, allowing them to build an essential network of support. Additional partnerships with local, state, and federal agencies, as well as support from businesses like IDIS, allow Emily’s Place to be a strategic, efficient, and effective “bridge,” from traditional women’s shelters to a truly independent and self-sufficient life. IDIS has spent more than two decades leveraging every opportunity to use technology Keith Drummond, IDIS America Senior Director, noted “IDIS has spent more than two decades leveraging every opportunity to use technology and innovation to make the world a safer and more secure place for all. We believe in it so much, it’s actually our corporate mission statement. And while we’ve helped do some amazing things to that end in the past 20 years, there’s always something particularly special about finding opportunities like this one to help make the world a better place.” Transforming lives “Emily’s Place provides essential, transformative services to those among society’s most vulnerable, and works with a second-to-none alliance of staff, volunteers, local and federal agencies, and partner businesses to do the most important work of all for someone escaping a life of abuse: helping those affected to grow, stand, and truly thrive on their own. Essential to that effort is the provision of a safe and secure living, childcare, and service environment, allowing staff and residents alike to focus single-mindedly on the core mission of transforming lives.” Adds Andrew Myung, President of IDIS America, “At IDIS, we know the important role security technology can play in safeguarding people and places and ensuring the peace of mind that comes with strong security. Our experience with Emily’s Place has been exceptional, and our admiration of the work they do has only grown. We encourage others to familiarise themselves with Emily’s Place and support their important mission however they can, as well as to look for other opportunities they can help to ‘create a better world’ in their own communities.”
Through August 2019, IDIS, the South Korean video surveillance solutions manufacturer will highlight the applicability of its end-to-end Total Solution to the spectrum of challenges facing campus safety and security professionals in the Americas. Campus Safety Conference IDIS America, the regional headquarters for South Korea’s in-country manufacturer of surveillance technology, kicks off several weeks of focus on the unique challenges and concerns related to campus security in the Americas. Beginning with an appearance at the 2019 Campus Safety conference in Dallas and continuing through August with outreach focusing on the unique suitability of the high-performing, cost-effective IDIS Total Solution to meet the widely varying (and, at times, highly specific) needs of campuses, large and small, in the Americas. “There’s no question there has never been a greater time of challenge or urgency when it comes to campus safety and the protection of our nation’s students, faculty, staff and others,” notes Keith Drummond, Senior Director at IDIS America. “You only have to open a newspaper—or even just talk with the students in your life—to know that challenges to campus safety and security run the gamut from traditionally smaller, more familiar concerns like fights, contraband, and unauthorised movement, to worries about lethal threats like active shooters.“ IDIS Total Solution IDIS promise to meet any surveillance need, of any size or complexity with high performing technology" Keith further states, “When you throw in the inherent complication of maintaining full situational awareness in a dynamic campus and the requirements most schools have to build and maintain security infrastructure—often funded with limited taxpayer, grants, or donor dollars—in the most fiscally responsible way possible, campus safety and security professionals must balance a great deal as part of keeping their charge—and no two campuses are ever alike. That’s where we believe IDIS and it’s adaptable, scalable, and complete end-to-end total solution for both analog and IP surveillance makes the difference.” Drummond also points to the IDIS promise to “meet any surveillance need, of any size or complexity” with high performing technology and a low total cost of ownership as key to the company’s unique value proposition for American campuses. The company’s flagship DirectIP range of IP solutions, award-winning for its true plug and play ease of installation and use, next-generation features, high degree of interoperability, forward- and backward-compatibility guarantees, and long (often longest) industry warranties—all with a cost-free, full featured VMS included and total lack of recurring licensing fees. DirectCX analog solution This serves as the base of the company’s solution for campuses, with complementary product lines (including the full product line in the company’s DirectCX analog solution, easily integrated with existing systems or seamlessly incorporated as part of a mixed analog/IP requirement) and sub-ranges (including the IDIS Compact Solution of IP cameras designed to deliver high performance in with lower-profile form factors and a wider variety of price points). “IDIS’s technology makes it possible for those responsible for the design and deployment of campus security solutions to avoid traditional (and frustrating) tradeoffs between quality and performance and cost-effectiveness,” adds Andrew Myung, President of IDIS America. IDIS Compact Solution Our technology is designed and developed through our market-responsive R&D process" “Our technology is designed and developed through our market-responsive R&D process, manufactured in our secure, flexible, and efficient Smart Factory (cited in peer reviewed research and honoured with a Presidential Citation for innovation), and delivered with our industry leading warranties and compatibility guarantees. This allows us to deliver next generation technology, packed with innovative, award-winning features, benefits, and support with a proven low total cost of ownership, without recurring licensing fees.” “That unique mix of factors and advantages is huge for campuses that are both performance- AND cost-conscious, and for whom showing maximum attentiveness to the core mission of keeping students and campus communities safe, as well as strong financial stewardship of taxpayer, grant, and donor dollars is essential.” IDIS cameras Drummond and Myung note, that ultimately, it’s the ability of IDIS cameras, recorders, software to truly meet any surveillance need, no matter the size or complexity of the requirement, that makes the case. That’s why the company’s activities over the next several weeks will include interviews, topical and industry education social media posts and videos, and demonstrations and appearances, beginning with an appearance at the 2019 Campus Safety conference in Dallas, where visitors can discuss specific challenges and requirements with the IDIS team and go hands on with IDIS technology. The IDIS team will also be available for phone, the web, and in person (including demonstrations at the IDIS America demonstration centre, near Dallas) consultations regarding general and specific campus safety challenges.
IDIS will celebrate five years at ISC West International Security Exhibition in Las Vegas, April 10-12th, with a comprehensive showcase of the South Korean manufacturer’s IDIS Total Surveillance Solution in booth #18059. Highlights of the company’s fifth anniversary with ISC West include areas of special emphasis on cybersecurity, deep learning analytics and facial recognition, and solutions for the retail and banking sectors; and a review of IDIS’s latest technology releases. Founded in 1997 by experts in computer science and artificial intelligence, IDIS has grown to become the largest manufacturer of video surveillance technology within South Korea and a leader in industry innovation, anchored by the company’s flagship DirectIP offering—a true plug-and-play solution that eliminates the complexity of installing and operating networked surveillance systems, and extending through to the modular, feature-rich IDIS Solution Suite software and IDIS latest Deep Learning Engine-powered analytics. Innovations and solutions at ISC West Some of the specific innovations that IDIS will highlight in booth #18059 at ISC West this year are: The latest in IDIS cybersecurity innovation, including edge encryption and IDIS Chained Fingerprint, the company’s proprietary integrity check which chains adjacent images with stored digital fingerprints, allowing for the detection of possible tampering or alteration The newest IDIS Deep Learning Analytics offerings—powered by the IDIS Deep Learning Engine—including IDIS DV-2116 IDLA-ready hardware (with an embedded NVDIA GTZ1060 GPU chipset), and the introduction of IDIS Intelligent Search, allowing tracking by colour, object, and number; and new IDIS face tracking technology Latest-generation iterations of IDIS’s core surveillance offerings, including the DirectIP 12MP Panomorph and new 5MP Compact Fisheye cameras—utilising IDIS’s industry-leading dual-sided dewarping technology—delivering IDIS’s celebrated Fisheye technology in all the ways our users need them; and the official debut of the full IDIS Compact Solution and upgraded IDIS HD-TVI line ups Exhibiting for the fifth time We look forward to returning to the show for the fifth time to highlight the powerful innovation and market-responsive technology" IDIS America President Andrew Myung remarked, “The IDIS partnership with ISC West has been a fruitful one from the beginning. We chose ISC West to launch the IDIS brand in the Americas in 2015 and launched a year-long Americas-wide celebration of our Two Decades of Innovation on the ISC West floor in 2017 to celebrate our 20th Anniversary. “We look forward to returning to the show for the fifth time since IDIS America’s successful debut to highlight the kinds of powerful innovation and market-responsive technology that are IDIS’ signature and to engage in the kinds of insightful conversations about the state and future of our industry that are ISC West’s signature in booth #18059." Debut of ‘Create a Better World’ campaign IDIS will also debut the IDIS ‘Create a Better World’ campaign on the show floor this year. As described on the company’s official campaign page, “Creating a Better World is all about the kindness and generosity ‘caught on camera’ every day (so easy to overlook in these stressful times), and the many ways we all can do our part to create a kinder, warmer, better world.” The campaign will involve public participation and a contest, and the kick off will offer visitors to the booth the chance to win gift cards and a Smart Home Starter Pack. For more on these offerings, DirectIP, the IDIS Total Surveillance Solution, or the “Create a Better World” campaign, visit IDIS at ISC West in booth #18059.
As part of the global surveillance powerhouse’s year-long 20th anniversary celebration, IDIS, South Korea’s largest security manufacturer, announces the “IDIS Ultimate Warranty” at the IFSEC International security show. In a landscape with average industry warranties ranging from three to five years, the new IDIS Ultimate Warranty extends the company’s standard warranties for recorders from three to five years, while adding additional extensions of the manufacturer’s guarantees for its latest-generation technologies by two years, bringing the warranty for IDIS’s H.265 network video recorders (NVRs) and multi-format HD-TVI IDIS DirectCX TVRs to an unprecedented seven years. (IDIS cameras eligible for the two-year extension will see their guarantees extend to five years.) IDIS Ultimate Warranty The IDIS Ultimate Warranty gives IDIS integrators and installers a clear competitive advantage and delivers increased peace of mind with a lower cost of ownership to end users. The IDIS Ultimate Warranty is also particularly competitive when compared to PC-based solutions that typically handle up to 64 channels, which have a maximum warranty of three years, forcing end users to purchase additional warranty long before the end of the lifecycle of their surveillance solution. A recent survey conducted by IFSEC Global showed most organisations look to upgrade surveillance systems after five to seven years. With the IDIS Ultimate Warranty, end users can be confident that their IDIS solution will be supported for its entire life cycle, a demonstration of IDIS’s confidence in its industry-leading quality and reliability. Quality and reliability Andrew Myung, President of IDIS America, noted “IDIS has a long reputation for bringing new and innovative products to market. Each time we do, we guarantee that each element has been designed and manufactured in-house by IDIS with quality and reliability at the forefront. We’re proud to still have IDIS DVRs in operation after more than 13 years and that they have required little to no maintenance. It’s because of our confidence in this quality and reliability that the IDIS Ultimate Warranty is a natural step. It was not a difficult choice to extend guarantees for our recorders to as many as seven years as our confidence in our products and track record as a manufacturer fully support such a move.” The IDIS Ultimate Warranty will apply to products shipped globally from July 2017 and is expected to be fully available on all covered products in the Americas by early fall.
IDIS will be hosting a press briefing at their booth at ISC West to recognise valued customers and media partners Returning to the exhibition at which it made the debut of IDIS America in 2015, the global surveillance powerhouse IDIS will be celebrating its 20th anniversary in the video surveillance industry at the ISC West exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada. IDIS industry innovation Founded in 1997 by experts in computer science and artificial intelligence, IDIS has since grown to become the largest video surveillance manufacturer in South Korea and a leader in industry innovation by introducing ground-breaking products such as its flagship DirectIP™ offering a true plug-and-play solution that eliminates the complexity of installing and operating networked surveillance systems. Among other events commemorating the anniversary at ISC West, IDIS will be hosting a press briefing at their booth to recognise valued customers and media partners, celebrate the accomplishments of the past two decades and showcase the latest innovative IDIS technologies. IDIS ISC West featured solutions "For the past two decades,our focus at IDIS has been constant improvement upon common industry offerings" A complete lineup of H.265 IPC/NVR products, including the new IDIS 9MP Super Fisheye Camera offering enhanced clarity and super smooth dewarping, and the powerful IDIS DR-8364 NVR which features 900Mbps throughput, redundant power, IDIS Smart Failover technology, and showcases world-leading IDIS Intelligent Codec H.265/H.264 performance, which provides up to a 90% saving in storage capability. The IDIS LightMaster, a premier low-light camera that provides enhanced visibility when compared to standard industry offerings through the use of IDIS Center’s innovative defogging and light-enhancing settings. IDIS Smart UX Controls v2.0, recognised as a 2017 Benchmark Magazine Innovation Awards Finalist, is a new and improved offering over the decorated first iteration of IDIS Smart UX controls, adding “Quick Controls” to its super smooth “Rubberband” and “Slingshot” PTZ tracking, allowing for intuitive control and rapid dewarping. IDIS’s newest and most complete retail-specific offering, built on the foundation of the company’s well-received IDIS VA in the Box, with high-performance video analytics, including point of sale video text insertion and IP public monitoring. 20 years of innovation Ahead of the exhibition, IDIS America President Andrew Myung remarked “We at IDIS America are thrilled to be returning to our third appearance at ISC West, this time to celebrate the larger anniversary of our 20 years of innovation in the video surveillance industry. For the past two decades, our focus at IDIS has been constant improvement upon common industry offerings, finding new and innovative ways to provide our customers with a Total Solution that is differentiated from our competitors by its improved efficiency, functionality, and low total cost of ownership.” For more on these offerings or DirectIP, visit IDIS at ISC West at booth #18059.
Jeff Montoya and Jacob Bradshaw are the latest of many new hires to the IDIS America team IDIS has announced the appointment of Jeff Montoya as the newest IDIS America Regional Sales Manager, as well as the hiring of Jacob Bradshaw as the latest addition to the IDIS America Inside Sales team. Montoya and Bradshaw are the latest of many new hires to the IDIS America team in a year that saw the continued growth and maturation of its sales capacity in the Americas since the debut of its brand business in the American video surveillance market in 2015. Valuable security industry experience An electronic security industry veteran, Montoya has over 20 years of experience working for manufacturers, distributors, and integrators in the video surveillance and access control market. He brings with him valuable experience managing accounts at both the regional and national level for other major security industry leaders, such as Axis Communications. Montoya will represent and manage all IDIS accounts in the South Central region of the United States and will be based out of IDIS America headquarters in Coppell, Texas. As the latest addition to the expanding IDIS America Inside Sales team, Bradshaw has over 10 years of experience as a sales professional and he has been a top contributor to inside sales teams for both mid-market and enterprise-level companies in the security industry. Bradshaw will provide direct support to the IDIS America sales team at large, developing and maintaining relationships with integrators, VARs, and end users through demonstrations of the IDIS Total Solution and its products, performing lead follow-ups and tailoring solutions to best meet the needs of IDIS clients. "Our substantial progress in the American market would not have been possible without our talented sales team at IDIS America" IDIS global industry innovation Both Montoya and Bradshaw join an IDIS America team led by IDIS America President Andrew Myung, who noted: "2016 was a year of impressive growth following our launch of IDIS America in April 2015 and our substantial progress in the American market would not have been possible without our talented sales team at IDIS America. We're very excited to welcome Jeff Montoya and Jacob Bradshaw to our team as we enter our global 20th anniversary year, as their experience and enthusiasm will no doubt continue the tradition of IDIS global industry innovation and leadership, while both serve as key ambassadors for our still-growing brand in the Americas."
The installations feature customised combinations of latest generation technology from IDIS IDIS and GardaWorld announced the successful installation rollout of IDIS video surveillance technology across multiple sites in the United States and Canada. The existing installations include more than 800 IDIS cameras and recorders, a number that will continue to grow with ongoing and planned installations in 2017. IDIS DirectCX analogue and DirectIP technology The international installations feature customised combinations of latest generation technology from IDIS, including analogue and IP networked cameras and recorders and powerful IDIS video management software (VMS), scaled and customised across 250+ sites, including those in large, small, urban, and rural environments, both upgrades and new installations. More than 800 IDIS cameras, recorders, and the establishment of two major central monitoring facilities reflect a seamless integration of IDIS DirectCX analogue and DirectIP technology, and the powerful agility of IDIS’s most powerful and flexible VMS, IDIS Solution Suite. Both the larger solution and individual site installations were customised to meet specific requirements for each site, while IDIS’s signature ease of installation and use minimised installation time, headaches, and effectively eliminated downtime for the 24/7 security solutions provider. Agile and flexible surveillance solution “The safety and security of both our customers’ assets and the employees in our GardaWorld family is our paramount concern” “GardaWorld’s reputation as a global leader in the security space preceded it and it has been our honour to partner with them to maximise safety and security through next-generation surveillance,” said Andrew Myung, President of IDIS America. “IDIS has made our mark over 20 years in the surveillance industry providing a complete range of agile, flexible, single-sourced surveillance solutions, able to meet any need of any size.” “Our work with GardaWorld—seamlessly incorporating DirectCX and DirectIP offerings, as needed to meet the requirements of multiple sites of differing size, while still delivering comprehensive situational awareness and an optimised surveillance posture to our client—is a true example of this differentiator. We are proud of what we have done with GardaWorld so far and look forward to our future work with this industry leader.” Asset management and employee safety Noted Guy Côté, Vice President and Chief Security Officer for GardaWorld, “GardaWorld is a known global leader in security, cash logistics, and cash management, with a reputation for excellence and customer satisfaction in all we do. The safety and security of both our customers’ assets and the employees in our GardaWorld family is our paramount concern. So, it is no exaggeration to say that our standards are high when it comes to the security solutions we, in turn, deploy to secure our own operations.”“IDIS meets our high standards and more with a surveillance offering that is as committed to our security requirements as we are. IDIS technology delivers powerful features and capabilities in a variety of ways that meet needs as diverse as our differing locations and custom requirements. Whether analogue or IP networked solutions, new installations or upgrades, or at urban or remote sites, IDIS solutions have proven flexible, scalable, and customisable to deliver the appropriate technology in the ideal way for each requirement. We are pleased with the partnership we have created with IDIS over the past year and look forward to the continued benefit we’ll receive from current and planned installations of IDIS technology.”
IDIS donated a next-generation video surveillance solution to the Cozby Library and Community Commons IDIS announced the donation and installation of a comprehensive video surveillance solution for the City of Coppell, Texas—hometown of the IDIS America regional headquarters—in support of the city’s soon-to-open new library, the Cozby Library and Community Commons. The IDIS donation comprised more than 15 cameras—including two 5MP Super Fisheye Cameras featuring the award-winning IDIS Smart UX Controls—an IDIS 6232-PS-S network video recorder (NVR), and the IDIS Centre and IDIS Mobile video management software (VMS) solutions. Next-gen video surveillance solution Director of Library Services for the City of Coppell, Vicki Chiavetta, is thrilled with the donation from IDIS and said, “Library security is essential to keeping our patrons and staff safe while at the library, and IDIS’s donation of a next-generation video surveillance solution to the Cozby Library and Community Commons was a generous show of neighbourly engagement and support for which we are very grateful. City libraries are particularly special places since they provide gathering spaces for children, families, students, and community organisations, and serve as a centre of learning and contemplation for all who enter. Everyone who comes to the Cozby Library will have more peace of mind thanks to IDIS’s generous donation.” Global social responsibility initiative The donation was made as part of IDIS’s established global social responsibility initiative, which seeks ways to engage with and give back to local communities. The donation was also made with the support of KOTRA Dallas, the regional branch of South Korea’s official trade promotion agency, which is dedicated to building stronger ties between Korean manufacturers and the global marketplace. "We are pleased to have the opportunity to support thefamilies of Coppell and thenew city library with thedonation of an IDIS video surveillance solution" IDIS’s donation, made via the Cozby Library and Community Commons in support of the safety and security of both employees and patrons of the new city library, will be of long-term value to the library as the donated technology comes with standard IDIS DirectIP low total cost of ownership benefits, including a lack of licensing or maintenance fees, no-cost upgrades, and guaranteed backwards compatibility with future IDIS technology. “When IDIS selected Coppell as the location of the regional headquarters for IDIS America, we did so for many reasons, including the storied quality of the community and people of the city,” said Andrew Myung, President of IDIS America. “As our own ties to the community have grown, we have sought the chance to ‘give back’ to a city that has welcomed us with open arms. We are pleased to have the opportunity to support the families of Coppell and the new city library with the donation of an IDIS video surveillance solution, in partnership with integrator Knight Security, knowing we are doing all we can to ensure the safety and security of our shared community.” Secure environment for patrons Noted Albert Gauthier, Chief Information Officer for the City of Coppell, “Ensuring that every Coppell resident and visitor has a safe and secure experience at the library is a priority for all of us working for the City of Coppell. We are grateful to be able to use the latest in video surveillance technology in support of ensuring that all who work within and visit our new city library are able to do so in the most secure and safe environment possible. Should the opportunity arise again, we look forward to working with IDIS again.” Coppell’s new library, located at 177 N. Heartz Road, will hold a grand opening ceremony on Saturday, November 19. Following a 9:00am ribbon cutting, the library will open its doors to the public and host a variety of family friendly activities throughout the day, including performances, a petting zoo, arts and crafts, face painting, and chances for families to meet local police and fire department members. Save
IDIS DR-8364 is built with both security and data integrity in mind The most powerful and feature-rich NVR ever produced by IDIS is now available for sale. Featured at the ASIS International Exhibition 2016, the IDIS DR-8364 (and dual-power DR-8364D model) is one of the industry’s most robust recorder offerings, capable of enterprise-level performance on an NVR platform.Performance capabilityThe performance capability of the IDIS DR-8364 is exceptional, offering 64 channels and full HD, live recording and remote, with a total incoming throughput of 900Mbps (recording 400Mbps / remote 500Mbps), and unparalleled expandability up to 24 HDD. "The IDIS DR-8364 NVR delivers world-class specifications and functionality and enterprise-level operation with a single NVR, managing both cost and complexity" Further, the DR-8364 records video data with levels of redundancy traditionally only found with a server-based VMS, including storage level redundancy through native RAID 1/5/10 and support for recording redundancy with IDIS Smart Failover, which provides up to 24 hours of uninterrupted recording to an SD card, in the event of a connection failure, with automatic syncing to the DR-8364 afterward. Power supply redundancy is offered with the dual-power supply DR-8364D model.Data integrityThe IDIS DR-8364 is also purpose built with security and data integrity in mind. Proprietary IDIS protocols provide additional levels of security and support SSL encryption. A physically separate camera subnetwork limits direct access to IP cameras, increasing network security.IDIS’s implicit camera pairing reduces the complexity of managing authentication information, while the IDIS iBankDB, a proprietary multimedia database optimised for video surveillance applications, provides robust and efficient management and storage of multimedia data. Additionally, IDIS’s Chained Fingerprint technology can be used to detect tampering of recorded data. "IDIS continues to push past traditional boundaries to meet market needs through innovative technology" IDIS DirectIP Andrew Myung, President of IDIS America, said, "IDIS continues to push past traditional boundaries to meet market needs through innovative technology. The IDIS DR-8364 NVR delivers world-class specifications and functionality and enterprise-level operation with a single NVR, managing both cost and complexity. This delivers technical capabilities and cost advantages to the marketplace in ways that were previously unseen. IDIS will always look for the unresolved needs our partners and customers face and to the technological innovations that can meet them in an affordable way."As with all offerings in the IDIS flagship DirectIP line up, the DR-8364 is part of a complete end-to-end system that includes recorders, cameras, monitors, and accessories, working seamlessly together to offer little to no latency in live monitoring. The DR-8364 offers third party IP camera protocol support and offers true plug-and-play through DirectIP, with fully automatic device discovery and configuration.