At this year's IFSEC, which takes place from May 16th to 19th in Birmingham, UK, Dallmeier will present a very special highlight: Panomera, a completely new HD camera technology that eclipses all previously known approaches.
Visit us in hall 4, stand D80!
Panomera is a novel camera technology which was specifically developed for the comprehensive surveillance of spacious areas. It offers a unique panoramic overview with simultaneous real-time recording (up to 30 images/s). Panomera delivers highly detailed images even at large distances, which significantly reduces infrastructure requirements. Projects which previously would have required multiple HD cameras can now be realised with a single Panomera system.
Panomera far exceeds the conventional 1080p HD standard. Being a multi-sensor system that is individually scaled to meet customer requirements the system simultaneously displays all areas of the entire surveillance scene with maximum detail resolution. Therefore, the known operator problem with PTZ cameras of having to choose between overview screen and detailed view is resolved: It does not matter which section of a surveillance area an operator focuses on at any time, because Panomera always records the entire scene. It is thus possible to later reconstruct any event, regardless of where it took place, and to recognise all persons involved.
Furthermore, the movements of objects such as persons can be tracked, even over long distances without recording gaps or camera switches. Naturally, the tracking is carried out automatically by intelligent video analysis.
Panomera allows for a complete overview without using movable mechanical parts, which means that there is no wear and tear. Thus the camera offers a long working life and long-term investment protection.
The concept of Panomera:
• Unique panoramic overview
• At the same highest detail resolution even at large distances
• Permanent recording of all image information in real time (up to 30 images/s)
• Significantly lower installation and maintenance costs than conventional HD cameras