IDIS delivers Edge VA bullet and dome cameras with onboard analytics


IDIS announces the release of a new line of Edge VA bullet and dome cameras, with on-board analytics geared for retail, banking and busy commercial applications.
The new cameras are said to leverage IDIS Instant Meta Filtering, allowing users to access and search large volumes of video data using the cost- and license-free IDIS Center VMS, speeding up investigations from days and hours to minutes.

The new Edge VA analytics functionality includes line cross, loitering and object detection, as well as other feature sets such as audio detection, active-tampering, trip zones and alarm in capability. The new dome models include full HD IR (DC-D6233RX), full HD flush IR (DC-D6233FRX), full HD vandal-resistant IR (DC-D6233HRX and DC-6243HRX) and the LightMaster full HD IR (DC-D6233HRXL). Each of the dome models also feature two-way audio, IDIS Smart Failover protection against loss of data, and true wide dynamic range (WDR).

These same feature sets are said to be delivered with the new line of full-HD bullet cameras, which include models with built-in heaters (DC-T6233HRX and DC6243HRX), IR technology and a PIR sensor (DC-T6234HRX) and an addition to the IDIS LightMaster range.
The LightMaster bullet and dome models feature high-grade lenses with advanced sensor technology and finely tuned, client-side image processing to allow the capture of vivid, true color video in extremely low light conditions, the announcement states. The models also provide excellent image capture at longer distances, with minimum motion blur, making them ideal for shopping centers, public areas and outdoor spaces.

Both the bullets and domes feature IDIS’ trademark true plug-and-play installation and one-click peer-to-peer configuration, ensuring rapid, trouble-free set up and improved, multi-layer cybersecurity, including two-factor authentication and eliminating the need for engineers to manually enter passwords even for multi-site deployments. The built-in video analytics capability allows users to search by color, and type of object (ex: people, cars and bicycles) and number. This can deliver significant labor efficiencies and reduce investigations from days and hours to minutes, according to the announcement.