In 1992, Dallmeier presented the world’s first video sensor with digital image storage. At this time, the idea of using digital image storage in video surveillance wasn’t taken seriously but Dallmeier saw its benefits and potential. In retrospect, this idea has proved to be a groundbreaking development, one that has revolutionized video surveillance. Today we cannot imagine the security field without the use of digital technology.Panomera® is a completely novel camera technology, which 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.While other video analysis systems are limited to pure motion detection, Dallmeier uses SEDOR® – an abbreviation for “Self Learning Event Detector” – a self-learning analysis system. Using intelligent picture analysis algorithms and self-learning detection systems a variety of different situations can be automatically recognised even in complex scenes. For example, object sizes, directions of movement and speeds can be analysed. Environmental influences like rain, snow or branches blowing in the wind are filtered out using special algorithms.
IP and networks
Long before IP solutions became a hot topic, this technology was part of the Dallmeier philosophy. For more than ten years it has been possible to control and configure recorders via network with the management software PView!
Dallmeier plans and realizes the world’s biggest IP based real-time video systems with more than 1,000 cameras and 150,000 ports. From the planning of the network to the development and productiBAIRD, JOHN LOGIE John Logie Baird (1888-1946) was a Scottish inventor and engineer who was a pioneer in the development of mechanical television. In 1924, Baird televised objects in outline. In 1925, he televised human faces. In 1926, Baird was...
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