IDIS America has been recognised with two Awards in the 2022 “GOVIES” Government Security Awards competition. The awards honour outstanding government security products in a variety of categories. An independent panel of judges from the security industry selected the top entries in the 2022 categories and named Platinum and Gold winners using criteria including Features, Innovation, User Friendliness, Interoperability, Quality, Design, Market Opportunity, and Impact in the Security Industry, Technical Advances, and Scalability.
IDIS took home the Gold in the NDAA-Compliant Cameras category, and its impressive line-up of NDAA-Compliant cameras also earned a Platinum Award in the Video Surveillance Data Storage category. The IDIS NDAA range of cameras includes 2MP, 5MP, and 8MP models – bullet, domes, turrets, and fisheye cameras. IDIS’s Korean-made cameras also come with the assurance of easy DirectIP plug-and-play installation to NVRs or PC servers to easily connect to a range of cost-effective storage options.
The range also features IDIS Smart Failover – in the event of network instability or disconnection from an NVR, camera SD cards instantly begin recording and are pre-configured until 50% of the card’s capacity is used, after which the camera automatically controls the recording profile to guarantee footage. Once connection is restored, the camera automatically transfers the data to the NVR, leaving no incident unrecorded. The cameras also benefit from low maintenance, forward and backward comb ability, and are backed by the industry-leading warranties, delivering on the IDIS promise of a low total cost of ownership (TCO).
“IDIS is delighted to have been recognised with these two Government Security Awards,” says Andrew Myung, President, IDIS America. “All IDIS products are designed and manufactured in South Korea, bringing the compliance reassurance that U.S. government organisations and federal loan recipients need when it comes to upgrading their surveillance operations.
We’ve also seen a big uptick in demand for NDAA-complaint solutions across the retail, hotel, residential and manufacturing sectors. And this trend is extending to other parts of the world, including Southeast Asia, Europe, and the Middle East where businesses already have facilities in the U.S. or plan to enter the market in the future.”