A first-time exhibitor, iDter, booth 25116, debuted a new product at ISC West and continues to recruit security dealers with the ability to earn recurring monthly revenue (RMR). iDter, which stands for intelligent and immediate deterrence of crime, is an automated and complete security package aimed at foiling intrusions without the delays of human intervention.
The iDter solution is ready for easy deployment and RMR generation at commercial facilities, including construction sites, equipment rental sites, auto repair and dealerships, hotels and malls, educational campuses, agriculture and cannabis facilities, oil and gas and any locations with open-air assets that need immediate deterrent protection. It can be used as a standalone security system or to augment guard services with integrated technology at the protected premises.
Engineered with Niō guardian nodes and protector technology exclusive to iDter, it features artificial intelligence (AI) deep-learning, cloud video storage and video verified monitoring with dispatch to PSAP. iDter products are NDAA compliant, ETL listed, FCC certified and carry an IP-65 environmental rating.
Niō nodes are positioned around the protected premises to detect intrusion with a powerful 4K HD resolution camera with wide-angle lens, multiple motion detectors, omni-directional microphone and quad-core intelligence. Niō nodes also deter with a set of immediate deterrent responses, such as the instantaneous illumination of 10,000 lumens of multi-directional LED floodlights, blinding strobes of red and blue LEDs, piercing sirens, situation-appropriate voice-down warning messages and intimidating sound effects.
Intrusion events are detected verified — with video alert recordings sent to an iPhone, Android phone or iPad. Events are monitored in real time to ensure deterrence actions were successful, and if not, a video verified alarm is sent to a UL Listed, Five-Diamond Certified central station for dispatch of authorities through 911 operators.
Customers receive access to reports of security incidents and deterrence effectiveness with performance metrics and statistics, such as the total number of incidents, the preventative responses taken, recordings of the incidents and responses and central station engagement and dispatching activity.