Published on 29 Sep, 2011
| With Dallmeier's Panomera, fewer camera installation locations are needed|
With the multi-sensor system Panomera, a huge area can be surveyed from a single location in a highly efficient manner. The system highly impresses with the unique combination of an overall view with simultaneous high detail resolution: even objects that are farther away can be displayed with the same resolution as objects in the foreground of the picture. This makes it possible to still identify people at a distance of 160m and more. The resolution that needs to be achieved for a certain distance can be individually defined, according to project requirements. Furthermore, with Panomera the overall scene is recorded at all times, regardless of the part of the surveillance area the operator focuses on at a particular moment. As a result, an incident can also be reconstructed and analysed in detail after the situation, no matter where it occurred.
Another decisive advantage is the cost-efficiency of the system: where previously several HD cameras had to be installed, a single Panomera system is now enough - which also means only one installation site is necessary. Since fewer camera installation locations are needed, the requirements for the infrastructure (masts, cables, electricity, etc.) are substantially lower, along with expenditures for servicing and maintenance. Dieter Dallmeier, company founder and CEO, explains: "Today, Panomera is the most cost-effective camera system with the greatest possible detail resolution on the market. Whether for expansive and especially wide areas, for areas with long distances or for challenging smaller surveillance areas: For those who a planning such a project, they should be calculating it against the Panomera system. It makes not only financial sense, it also offers further advantages in comparison to a variety of conventional cameras."
Besides Panomera, Dallmeier will also present other novelties from its extensive range of video over IP solutions at "Sicherheit 2011" in Zurich. Whether it is the high-performance video management software SeMSy® III or the energy-saving recording systems of the Smatrix series.