Certification

IDS has been awarded various certifications in accordance with international standards, confirmed by regular certification audits. Standardized processes are implemented across the company, which guarantee smooth operations and consistently high quality. Each IDS product undergoes extensive testing by the internal quality management department before leaving the factory. Supplier audits and external certifications, such as the Microsoft WHQL certification, are further proof of the high quality and long-term availability of IDS products.

ISO 9001 Certification

IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH is ISO 9001 certified

Our company is ISO 9001 certified. The ISO 9001 standard sets minimum requirements for a company's internal quality management system and how it meets customer requirements, as well as other requirements in terms of product and service quality.

The quality of our products and services is a vital component of our philosophy, and continuous improvement is an integral part of everything we do. Our ISO 9001 certification provides a basis.

ISO 14001 Certification

IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH is ISO 14001 certified

Our company is ISO 14001 certified. The ISO 14001 standard is the basis for our company's environmental management systems. Its primary objective is to promote environmental protection and prevention of environmental pollution, in line with economic, social, and political requirements.

Our commercial decisions always take into account all relevant environmental issues. We focus on sustainability and responsible action.

UL certification

cameras from IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH are UL certified
All IDS industrial cameras are UL-certified. The UL certificate demonstrates that the safety and suitability of our products for use is guaranteed permanently under certain conditions. It is a major competitive advantage if your machines and systems are fitted with UL-certified industrial cameras from the outset.
 
Underwriters Laboratories – UL for short – was founded in 1894 as a not-for-profit product safety testing and certification organization. UL operates five test laboratories in the USA and has subsidiaries around the world. Its main aim is to test products in terms of general safety.