Analytics and end-to-end solutions to the fore at IDIS Global Partners Summit 2019

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Adam Bannister is a contributor to IFSEC Global, having been in the role of Editor from 2014 through to November 2019. Adam also had stints as a journalist at cybersecurity publication, The Daily Swig, and as Managing Editor at Dynamis Online Media Group.
October 11, 2019


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The latest advances in video analytics – notably improved speed, accuracy and classification – have been showcased at the IDIS Global Partners Summit 2019.

Taking place in Seoul, South Korea the three-day event revealed how the video surveillance developer is responding to evolving customer needs with end-to-end solutions, bespoke technologies for various vertical markets and enhancements to IDIS Deep Learning Engine, which powers IDIS’ AI in the Box and deep learning analytics.

Senior executives from major security distributors from 23 countries were also showed IDLA Version 3.0, released earlier this year as service module for up to 80 channels within the IDIS Solution Suite VMS. Achieving an accuracy of 97%-98% the latest iteration of IDLA slashes false alarms, IDIS said. Also this year, IDIS launched its DV-2116 AI in the Box, which offers sophisticated analytics at an affordable price point for smaller applications.

The summit also showcased, previewed or revealed:

  • Planned enhancements in meta-data searching by class, colour and number, plus the ability to search a specific area of interest
  • People counting, fall detection and searching by the direction of an object’s movement
  • Advanced notice of a new range of AI-ready 5MP cameras with deep learning on-the-edge analytics – expected to launch 2020
  • Innovations in recording and camera technology
  • The growing importance of cybersecurity
  • The value of extended warranties
  • How installers and integrators can deliver lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and lower Total Cost to Serve
  • IDIS video product and technology roadmap 2020 to focus on further building out end-to-end solutions for core vertical markets

Partners also shared best practice case studies in core vertical markets like retail, education, logistics and distribution, and hotels.

Joon Jun, president of the IDIS global business division, presented special awards for best practice in project implementations to Alarm Automatika from Croatia and BTCO from Chile. Recognising strong sales growth and collaboration over the last year special partner awards were also presented by IDIS CEO YD Kim to Alarm Automatica of Croatia, CCTV Center of Spain, EPCOM of Mexico, JES CQTEC of Thailand and Secure Inc of Japan.

IDIS says the summit is not just an opportunity to showcase its latest innovations, but also a forum for discussions with partners that can shape strategic priorities for product development, technical support and marketing in the years ahead.

“The expertise, energy and commitment from all our partners at this year’s summit demonstrates, again, that collaboration is that the best route to success,” said Joon Jun, president of the IDIS global business division.

“Together we are giving our customers the most advanced video surveillance solutions, offering industry-best TCO value, ease-of-use and installation, scalability and protection against cybersecurity risks.”


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