Idis to unveil AI solutions at Intersec
Idis is poised to extend its deep learning capabilities, and to lead the sector with more advanced projects in the Middle East, with the launch a powerful line-up of Edge VA bullet and fixed domes featuring essential onboard analytics, to be showcased at Intersec (19-21 January in Dubai) on stand SA-A28.
Crucially, the new camera range will allow users to leverage the power of Idis Instant Meta Filtering, with the ability to access and search video data, stored on Idis NVRs, through the totally cost- and license-free Idis Centre VMS. This makes it easy to search by colour and type of object (for example, people, cars, and bicycles) and number, to deliver significant labour efficiencies and reduce investigations from days and hours to just minutes. At the same time, a new mapping tool will allow users to select a specific camera on an intuitive layout plan, and live view or playback video in the corner of the screen to further improve control room and operator efficiency.
The biggest draw for visitors to the Idis stand is sure to be the latest iteration of Idis Deep Learning Analytics (IDLA) technology that is available as a modular Idis Solution Suite VMS service or via the cost-effective AI in the Box appliance for smaller applications. IDLA is proving to be the industry’s most accurate AI solution for security and life safety applications, with a tested 98% accuracy rate. IDLA enables a higher level of protection for people, facilities and assets, by significantly reducing false alarms and ensuring critical incidents are never missed. For example, IDLA can recognise an intrusion, loitering, trespassing or a person falling over, all in real-time, and trigger a notification. In practice this means that critical events need never go undetected and control room operators can initiate the most rapid, appropriate responses to incidents.
Offering even more choice for retail applications, Idis will be showcasing an extended line up of analytics appliances and specialist cameras which now includes new 12MP and 5MP Super Fisheyes, giving complete situational awareness from a single camera, while the new DC-C4212RX 2MP micro dome camera will also make its Middle East debut. Available in a wide choice of colours, the micro dome enables less noticeable surveillance, blending discretely with the aesthetics of high-end locations such as jewellery stores and designer boutiques, as well as up-market restaurants and luxury hotels.
New reporting capabilities will also be unveiled within the popular retail plug-and-play, VA in the Box analytics appliance, which gives retail managers the ability to compile and access business intelligence reports for multiple stores and branches all from the convenience of a web browser.
In addition, following its significant success in the Middle East banking sector, Idis will highlight a compliant end-to-end offering for financial institutes that includes convert modular cameras perfect for ATMs, ruggedized mobile cameras and NVRs featuring a durable, anti-shock and anti-vibration design for cash-in-transit vehicles, together with the powerful range of 8400 NVRs that come with server-crushing 370Mbps throughput, Idis Intelligent Codec H.265/H.264 performance, RAID support and the multi-layered protection of Idis Critical Failover.
Other camera debuts ideal for banking and other critical infrastructure sectors will include a range of thermal options and an explosion-proof camera designed for robust perimeter protection.
“Middle East buyers today are clearly focused on solutions that give them tangible benefits, including ease of installation combined with reliable, high performance technology that is cybersecure and backed by industry-leading warranties from a manufacturer they can trust, and that is exactly what Idis is offering,” says Harry Kwon, General Manager, Idis Middle East and Africa (MEA). “And with our end-to-end video solutions and advanced analytics tools, we are delivering immediate advantage and long-term value for security integrators, consultants and end-users.”