IDIS Shows Best Value Video at TASA Conference

Benefits of IDIS end-to-end solutions highlighted for schools and colleges

Texas school leaders are seeing for themselves the benefits of IDIS video technology at this year’s virtual TASA Midwinter Conference Jan. 25 – 27 on the Hopin online conference platform. The event is a popular forum for education administrators and senior leaders, and an opportunity to share insights and best practice.

IDIS America is exhibiting at the virtual conference, highlighting the best value provided by its complete, end-to-end video solutions. They are faster to install, easier to use, and more affordable to maintain, and have all the features and functions that schools need for security, safety, and efficient management. IDIS has an impressive track record delivering both K-12 school and university solutions globally, enabling affordable high definition surveillance of key areas from entrances, perimeters, and school grounds, to corridors, classrooms, and communal areas such as cafeterias.

A key advantage for schools, IDIS video solutions are known for their straightforward and intuitive VMS controls that are easier for authorized school administrators and senior staff to use, without specialist training. In practice, this allows video footage to be rapidly searched and downloaded so that any incidents of interest can be found and acted upon. The same controls make it easy for priority cameras to be viewed in real-time from any authorized desktop or mobile device.

IDIS is Korea’s largest video manufacturer and its technology comes with the assurance of the highest level cybersecurity, with multi-layered protection against hacking risks. And IDIS provides long-term product support, with full forward and backward product compatibility, regular firmware updates, and the industry best IDIS Ultimate Warranty against equipment failure ensuring a low total cost of ownership (TCO) and outstanding long-term value.

“IDIS video solutions have proven time and again to be the best solution for school settings,” says Jeff Montoya, Sales Director– Eastern US, IDIS America. “We are pleased to be supporting the Texas Association of School Administrators and look forward to working with Texas schools to improve safety and security in the year ahead.”


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