The Panomera® truck is on tour again
After the great success of the roadshow last year the Panomera® truck is back on tour in 2013! From the end of May until mid-July this year, Dallmeier will be taking its patented multifocal sensor system on the road, touring through Germany, Great Britain, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, the Netherlands and Poland.
Whether at airports, railway stations, stadiums, shopping centres or public areas, the Panomera® multifocal sensor system has become part of a huge number of projects all over the world. Not only because this unique camera technology is capable of providing surveillance of vast areas in hitherto unimaginable resolution, and all from a single installation point, but also because it enables a huge range of analysis possibilities that were not possible with previously existing technology.
With Panomera®, functions such as panning and zooming, which are only possible in live mode with conventional PTZ cameras, are fully available also in the recordings (both in forward and backward playback), since the overall image was permanently recorded – no matter which area the security staff focused on live.
By the way: The control and operation of a Panomera® system cannot only be done with the Panomera® Viewer or the Dallmeier management system SeMSy®, but with any management software that supports ONVIF!
Visitors of the Panomera® roadshow can see the performance of this new technology in the extraordinary and extremely spacious truck. The Panomera® truck will make stops in many European cities. Anyone who is interested can visit between 10am and 4pm on any day and experience the amazing Panomera® effect at first hand.
To register: www.panomera.com/en/roadshow.html
Dates and event locations:
28.05.2013: Frankfurt a.M.
20.06.2013: Venue will be published soon
|Manufacturer||Dallmeier electronic GmbH & Co.KG|
|Additional info||The multifocal sensor system Panomera was specially developed for the all-encompassing video surveillance of expansive areas. With Panomera®, huge widths, as well as areas with large distances can be displayed with a completely new resolution quality, in real time and at high frame rates of up to 30 fps.|
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