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Dallmeier, a solutions provider for the casino industry, has announced that the recent ICE show in London was extremely positive for the company. “Our new CAT product was extremely well received by the major European casino operators who had attended live product demonstrations during the show,” said Konrad Hechtbauer, Dallmeier’s Project & Application Development Director. “This successful show edition has proven to us our plans to extend our CAT product offering into EMEA markets in 2018, with our product portfolio being increased with new additional solutions in the coming months.” At the show, Dallmeier’s Casino Division team presented for the first time in Europe their brand new innovative Casino Automation Technology (CAT) dedicated to live gaming and table gaming automation, which Dallmeier has recently successfully carried out numerous tests in live casino environments and has proven to be an accurate, secure and market-ready product. Flexible table game analysis solution The main function of CAT is overall table game tracking and real-time player rating. The advanced system was created to help casino operators to increase profits, mitigate risks, protect gaming table integrity, streamline operations via real-time data analysis, achieve gaming floor transparency and help casino operations understand gaming table performance as well as reduce labour costs and minimise human fallibility. Dallmeier’s CAT is easy to integrate and install, doesn’t require additional sensors, is not CMS system specific, does not depend on RFID technology (but can integrate with it), interfaces and operates with any smart dealing shoe, uses standard CCTV cameras and is not system specific. During these past years Dallmeier has invested heavily in their R&D, aiming to develop the best flexible solution for the gaming industry related to overall game tracking and real-time player analysis. The company has closely worked with its customers in developing their system, to be confident the product would best match the operators’ needs and expectations. CAT is an overall table management system and the produced data can be used in many fields of the casino operations, such as marketing, gaming and surveillance, to name but a few.
The ceremonial opening of the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg was celebrated on 11 January 2017 with a gala evening attended by many leading lights in politics, business and culture and a concert by the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra. A video security system by Dallmeier formed part of the arrangements providing security in and around the new city landmark and protection for the inaugural guests, who included German President Joachim Gauck and Chancellor Angela Merkel. The full-IP system was planned and installed by Hamburg-based DEKOM Video Security & Network GmbH, a member of the Dallmeier group of companies. About a dozen weather-proof Dallmeier infrared cameras are located strategically to keep watch Building-wide security system Built in 1875, the Kaiserspeicher building serves as the historic backdrop and architectural foundation for the fascinating Philharmonic hall, which towers well over 70 metres above it into the Hamburg sky. Originally a warehouse and once the largest of its kind in the Hanseatic League city, the Kaiserspeicher was still in use as late as the 1990s. Nowadays, behind its imposing brick façade, the building has room for an extraordinary restaurant, modern multi-purpose rooms and a car park. Even as they drive in here, visitors can already rely on the discreet work being carried out by the building-wide video security system, which guarantees orderly traffic flow and theft-proof parking spaces. About a dozen weather-proof Dallmeier infrared cameras are located strategically to keep watch over all the entrances and levels of the car park. The DF4920HD-DN/IR type cameras deliver high-resolution video material even in darkness. The ultra-modern recording devices are covered in a surface finish designed, especially to reflect the remarkable character of the building. Besides the “car park” utility area, five more areas - each with different requirements – were defined in the planning phase for the net-based video system, so that they could still be combined into a single, overall system: Concert hall, Hotel, Residential, Restaurant and Plaza. Video detection helps to keep the Plaza clear of obstructions Intelligent video analysis system As an area open to the public, it was important to make specific video analysis options available for the Plaza. The Plaza is located on the 8th storey, at a height of 37 metres, and is reached from the building lobby via the “Tube”, an 82-metre-long moving walkway. Since this is a heavy traffic area, it was considered necessary to add an intelligent analysis system for the image information supplied by the first line of protection, the cameras. Consequently, a process for automatic detection of objects, particularly unattended packages is in operation. The entrance to the lobby of The Westin Hotel Hamburg is on the same level as the Plaza, which increases the likelihood that suitcases or the like may be left or even forgotten here. Video detection helps to keep the Plaza clear of obstructions. The video analysis take place on dedicated servers and even includes a people counter: Virtual boundaries are defined in the image, and these serve as a counter threshold that detects visitors individually as they enter or leave a detection zone. In addition to the total number of visitors, movement trends and peak times can also be discerned. Using this data management, the concerned authority can make well-founded decisions about the layout of retail space, such as that of the Elbphilharmonie Shop, for example. At the same time, they may also reveal consideration points for the continuous improvement of emergency and evacuation plans prescribed by the fire and police services. Notwithstanding their benefits for other applications, the combination of recording and analysis aims primarily at ensuring the safety of the building and protecting visitors to the Philharmonic hall, hotel guests and tourists. The seamless interaction of all system components is directed via SeMSy III video management system Seamless integration of all security components In total, security management for the Elbphilharmonie is supported by more than 300 camera systems spread throughout the building and its outdoor surroundings, including the Panomera patented multifocal sensor system by Dallmeier. The Panomera was developed specifically to be able to capture enormous expanses as well as large distances, and it has been deployed at a number of locations on the premises of the Philharmonic hall. Among several benefits, the MFS technology also safeguards the building on the riverside. And with their new, specially coloured surface finish, the Panomera models can be integrated unobtrusively in the architecture of the new city symbol. The seamless interaction of all system components is directed via the high-performance, user-friendly SeMSy III video management system. The operators can see everything at a glance at the six specially configured workstations, and can respond rapidly to any dangerous situations by automatic actuation of the necessary cameras, for example. DEKOM managing director Wolfgang Haack is also in no doubt that the pioneering Dallmeier video system will render an important contribution to the untroubled enjoyment of the Arts and Culture by all visitors for a long time to come. He adds, “It was a really enjoyable project and a huge success for the Dallmeier corporate group. We look forward to working together with the Elbphilharmonie in future, and of course to the occasional musical delight – I do not intend to miss an opportunity to experience the marvellous acoustics.”
Security requirements at airports are extremely high and it is vital that every area is being monitored including airfield, hangar, car parks, terminal and access roads, runway, apron and perimeter. Therefore the Airport Operators Association (AOA) and ITN Productions have launched ‘Airport Matters 2017’ a news and current affairs-style programme which features stories and movies from those who are continuing to push the aviation industry and explores the challenges, procedures and future of security matters in aviation and at airports. Bristol Airport Dallmeier offers a range of flexible solutions for multi-area surveillance and in the movie produced by AOA and ITN, Dallmeier multifocal sensor technology Panomera is showcased in operation at Bristol Airport. Nowadays airside & landside security is a hot topic, and airport operators seek the latest technologies to identify, analyse and proactively resolve dubious situations in time. Therefore, Dallmeier video security solutions at Bristol Airport are part of the Airport Matters 2017 programme and movie which the Airport Operators Association (AOA) and ITN Productions have produced in 2017. Programme features This programme features special reports about airport security and explains why and how monitoring our airspace becomes more and more important in order to protect travellers, their belongings (e.g. parked cars and baggage) as well as airport employees. Over the past few years Dallmeier uses the latest high performance camera technology ensuring the safety of millions of passengers across the globe. The essential component of Dallmeier’s video solution is the multifocal sensor system Panomera, which provides a comprehensive overview of all activity around the airport and airfield. In conjunction with intelligent video analysis and management systems, the monitoring of all landside and airside areas contributes significantly to the overall safety and security of visitors and passengers, as well as maintaining smooth operations across the airport. Proactive video monitoring as is enabled by the Dallmeier video information systems, instead of passive surveillance, is the way forward across different industries - including airports.