International. New IDIS camera options include bullets, domes, turrets, and models with NIR Lightmaster technology that offers enhanced night vision.
Able to accurately distinguish between vehicles, humans and other objects, the new IDIS edge AI range reduces false alarms. In addition, these cameras improve the responsiveness and operational efficiency of security teams with more streamlined search and forensic investigation, thanks to metadata.
Each of these plug-and-play cameras is NDAA compliant and equipped with the IDIS deep learning engine, which delivers up to 98% edge accuracy. In addition, these solutions offer automatic detection and tracking of people and vehicles with precision, enabling a quick response to intrusion alerts, crossing lines and loitering events.
The new 2MP and 5MP models also feature True WDR, H.265 and IDIS Intelligent Codec technology that offer storage and bandwidth savings, alarm and audio input and output, IK10 and IP67 ratings, IDIS Smart Failover, ONVIF compatibility and outdoor models with built-in heaters.
"With these latest groundbreaking launches, our range of AI-powered perimeter cameras has significantly expanded to include models for the widest range of surveillance applications and challenges", said James Min, Managing Director of IDIS Europe.
4MP Edge AI PTZ (DC-S6481HRA)
This camera features 36x zoom, automated or manual AI tracking, and night vision up to 400 meters, allowing it to protect large areas in critical risk and perimeter protection applications.
In addition, this solution offers operators two options (automatic and manual) to track suspicious people or objects. Both functionalities make it possible to track the movements of subjects over long distances, using AI.
"These new cameras powered by IDIS Deep Learning Engine boast up to 98% accuracy, making it easy for system integrators and end users to add transformative video analytics capabilities to any surveillance operation to improve response times to critical events and increase operational efficiency", concluded the Director of IDIS Europe.