IDIS Debuts New NDAA-Compliant Edge AI Cameras

The new 5MP dome and bullet models expand the company’s NDAA-compliant range of high-definition DirectIP® cameras.

IDIS, a video technology manufacturer, launched a new range of Edge AI cameras. The new cameras build on IDIS’ focus on extending the scalable use of its self-developed IDIS Deep Learning Engine to meet safety, security, and operational needs with AI-powered appliances, servers, and software, says the company.

The new 5MP dome (DC-D4537RXA and DC-D4537HRXA) and bullet (DC-T4537HRXA) expand the company’s NDAA-compliant range of high-definition DirectIP® cameras available to users looking to enhance their video surveillance with up to 98% accurate object detection and classification, helping them reduce false alarms, strengthen security and safety, and add value to their security operations.

AI capabilities improve image quality and support operators by detecting people, vehicles, and other objects. AI features include line crossing, intrusion, and object, loitering, and face detection.

With no upfront or going license feeds, these indoor and outdoor-ready models are said to combine AI with IR LED up to 130 feet to allow accurate detection of object movement by reducing the noise of low-light environments. The cameras also feature IDIS Smart Failover, true WDR, H.265, IDIS Intelligent Codec, and PoE. Users also benefit from a three-axis mechanical design to support plug-and-play installation and connectivity with IDIS network recorders, faster investigations, and a choice of cost-free IDIS Center or IDIS Solution Suite VMS.

The cameras are particularly useful for customers that require highly accurate alerts and notifications where they’re needed the most, such as vulnerable perimeters, vehicle access and parking areas, entrances and exits, and sensitive or risk-critical locations, according to the company.

“Our deep learning-powered cameras increase the productivity of security personnel while making monitoring more proactive, affordable, and efficient,” says Andrew Myung, President, IDIS America. “Eliminating the need for operators to monitor multiple camera feeds is supporting faster response to incidents and more certain outcomes, speeding up investigations and adding value to surveillance operations.”

IDIS will be exhibiting at ISC West at Booth 18059. For more information, visit

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