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IDIS, Inner Range Partner On Enterprise Applications

Demand for more powerful, flexible yet simple integrated security and site management solutions in applications including datacentres, healthcare, banking, and critical infrastructure, is being met by a new technology tie-up between Korea’s IDIS and Australian-headquartered, Inner Range.

According to IDIS, the collaboration brings together IDIS’s end-to-end video offering with Inner Range’s enterprise-level access control and intruder detection system Integriti, giving end-users all they need for more efficient and productive control of their security, safety, and building systems from a single management platform.

“Our modular, out-of-the-box approach integrates simply and effectively with Inner Range’s Integriti system offering customers integrated security management in a more affordable way,” said Jay Jeong, director of strategic partner development, IDIS.

“Our partnership ensures a lower total cost of ownership (TCO), combined with assured local support, extended equipment warranties, and easier maintenance.”

According to IDIS, its technology is easy to install with Integriti, with a simple 3-step process, and is already proving its value with small to enterprise-level projects in key regional markets. The partnership will support continued growth in Asia and Australasia where IDIS has strategic partnerships with some of the most respected distribution partners, including Hills Limited in Australia.

Meanwhile major US and European applications are also now confirmed or in prospect, according to the 2 companies. Examples include a global data and asset storage provider, which has just completed a significant upgrade. Projects in retail, commercial office space, and local government are also underway.

Inner Range’s Integriti access control and integrated management platform works seamlessly with the IDIS’s DirectIP range of NVRs and cameras giving them additional control and management via the totally cost and license-free video management software (VMS), IDIS Center. The comprehensive choice of door controllers, readers and keypads from Inner Range can be extended with a range of third-party readers including Mifare, HID, biometrics and mobile credential support from multiple vendors.

Linking access and alarm devices with IDIS’s video tech, including deep learning analytics, allows granular monitoring and recording of activity across single and multiple sites – door entry, forced-door, and a range of alarm trigger events – and provides instant visual verification of threats and faster incident response, together with comprehensive audit trails and reporting for both incident investigations and improved site management.

Inner Range’s intelligent access control and security management system and IDIS end-to-end video solutions can be used together as the foundation platform for fully integrated solutions that incorporate everything from security, life safety, and building management systems to visitor management and site-specific systems and devices. This integrated approach helps customers mitigate current risks, while ensuring a futureproof platform that will provide them with the scalability and flexibility to adapt as they face future operational challenges and an ever-evolving threat landscape.

“Our new seamless integration with IDIS is a simple 3-step process, allowing security managers and integrators to quickly and efficiently associate cameras with any entity on the Integriti system and plot them on schematic maps,” said Tim Northwood, general manager, Inner Range.

“Our partnership extends the technology choice available to systems integrators and offers attractive new options for their customers.”



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