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Dallmeier at Expoprotection 2006

Published on 15 November, 2006

Dallmeier's highlights at this year's Expoprotection in Paris:

Presentation of a World premiere: the DMS series "In Memory of Leonardo" with H.264 compression

The DMS "In Memory of Leonardo" recorders are real-time recorders with virtual matrix function utilising the latest H.264 compression standard and providing audio on all channels and at all frame rates.

In the development of the DMS series "In Memory of Leonardo" the CCTV specialists at Dallmeier have sought inspiration from Leonardo da Vinci's pioneering, boundary-transcending inventions.  As a result they produced - as a kind of homage to the universal genius - a high quality product range with cutting-edge components and technical refinements, which far exceed normal market standards and open up new dimensions for security systems.


Also on display was Dallmeier's complete camera range, which combines both analogue and IP cameras and mini domes.  Notably amongst these is Dallmeier's latest award-winning day/night Cam_inNET® IP camera (DF3000IP-DN) and the world's first mini dome (DDF3000A) with Cam_inPIX® technology based on third generation Digital Pixel System® with Ultra Wide Dynamic Range (UWDR).  This technology ensures that even situations with a great range in contrast can be recorded and documented in previously unseen picture quality.  The new IP dome camera DDF3000IPV-DN was nominated as an "IFSEC Awards Finalist" in the "Best New CCTV Product" category.

New Dallmeier homepage - premiere of French version!

At this year's Expoprotection the new Dallmeier homepage in French language had its premiere. Newly designed it leads the user through the Dallmeier world and gives detailed information on the company, products and events.  Being available in 3 languages the new homepage is in line with the multi-national company profile of Dallmeier.

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