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The latest in video analytics was unveiled at a Global Partners Summit of international security and video surveillance people, hosted by the South Korean manufacturer IDIS in Seoul.
The three day event (see highlights video) attended by executives from security distributors from 23 countries, focused on how IDIS is responding to market trends and needs, developing end-to-end solutions, including specialist technologies for a range of vertical markets, and adding to the IDIS Deep Learning Engine, which powers the company’s AI in the Box and IDIS Deep Learning Analytics.
Earlier this year IDLA Version 3.0 was introduced as a service module for up to 80 channels within the IDIS Solution Suite VMS and it set new performance benchmarks by achieving an accuracy of 97 to 98 per cent, the developer reports, and reducing false alarms. Responding to customer demand for analytics for smaller applications, IDIS also launched its DV-2116 AI in the Box solution.
Delegates learned of 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 the ability to search by the direction of an object’s movement were also previewed and delegates got notice of a new range of AI-ready 5MP cameras, featuring deep learning on-the-edge analytics, due for release next year.
The summit also previewed the company’s video product roadmap for 2020. Recording and cameras, and the growing importance of cybersecurity, extended warranties and lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and lower Total Cost to Serve for installers were among topics discussed.
IDIS says it closely with its partners and hosts the annual summit to exchange market insights and steer its strategies for product development, technical support and marketing.
Partners shared best practice implementations and case studies in core vertical markets including retail, education, logistics and distribution, and hotels. Joon Jun, President of the IDIS Global Business Division, recognised outstanding projects and presented awards for best practice to Alarm Automatika from Croatia and BTCO from Chile. This approach, focusing on partnerships is a customer-focused model that has seen IDIS grow since 1997 to become Korea’s largest in-country video surveillance manufacturer, with regional operations now spanning 50 countries.
Concluding the event, partner awards were presented by Y. D. Kim, CEO of IDIS, recognising collaboration and sales growth over the last year. These were given to Alarm Automatica of Croatia, CCTV Center of Spain, EPCOM of Mexico, JES CQTEC of Thailand and Secure Inc of Japan
Joon Jun, President of the IDIS Global Business Division said: “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. 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 cyber-security risks.”
Go to www.idisglobal.com.