IDIS Unveiled Plans to Launch Next Generation Video Surveillance Solution

IDIS Unveiled Plans to Launch Next Generation Video Surveillance Solution

IDIS has announced plans to launch its next-generation, video surveillance solution powered by their DirectIP protocol.

With a fifteen-year history as an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for some of the world’s security organizations, IDIS will launch its own suite of IP high-definition (HD) cameras, network video recorders (NVR) and video management system (VMS) built on IDIS’ game-changing, DirectIP framework and protocols. The solution suite provides a one-stop-shop, HD surveillance solution from a single source provider, while the DirectIP framework and VMS allow simple, low-cost installation and ease-of-use, previously only associated with analog systems.

Brian Song, European director of IDIS, noted, “As the proliferation of IP and HD systems has grown, our customers and partners frequently report frustration with the many challenges presented by an overly-fragmented and unnecessarily complex surveillance marketplace. Customers, installers and end-users face difficulties related to increased integration and implementation costs, growing complexity in network configuration, and the sheer effort and cost tied to the maintenance of varied equipment from multiple vendors. IDIS’ new, fully-integrated, DirectIP solution suite addresses these challenges both definitively and affordably.”

IDIS has drawn upon its extensive R&D and on-the-ground expertise to develop an HD surveillance solution. This DirectIP solution suite will provide simplicity, evident immediately from ease-of-installation and integration through the daily use of its user-friendly interface. 

DirectIP from IDIS will provide a true, end-to-end, plug and play solution by delivering instant recognition by the NVR of every networked camera, enabling end users to start monitoring live video immediately, without cumbersome network configuration requirements. It will further eliminate the complexities of traditional, networked, surveillance systems with an installation that no longer requires the manual input of device IP addresses or related port forwarding and routing. The DirectIP switching hub and camera registration will allow multi-connection structures between NVRs while supporting Power over Ethernet (PoE) devices and simple, uncomplicated integration with intruder alarms and other electronic security systems.

The IDIS solution will provide real-time, live monitoring with HD resolution from network throughput, maintaining a stable, HD resolution regardless of external network traffic, while cameras will record directly to the NVR in real-time (in an HD resolution or higher). In addition, the IDIS NVR will be equipped to perform five, key, Pentaplex processes simultaneously, with no degradation of image quality or network interruptions: live-view, record, playback, remote access and backup of audio and video files, giving users greater choice and ease during everyday use.

Song continued, “Customers have previously been required to trade ease-of-installation and operation in order to upgrade from analog systems. With the launch of the DirectIP solution suite from IDIS, customers will now recognize unprecedented levels of simplicity and ease-of-use, all while experiencing the kind of power and intelligence one would expect from a sophisticated, network, high-definition, surveillance system.”

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