Professional video security technology
Dallmeier is one of the world leading providers of products for network-based video surveillance solutions and has more than 30 years of experience in the development and manufacture of high quality complete solutions for the CCTV/IP sector.
With Panomera, IP cameras, recording servers, intelligent video analysis and software, Dallmeier offers complete systems and high quality components for video surveillance which can be integrated easily into third party systems thanks to open interfaces (e.g. Onvif).
Multifocal sensor system Panomera®
The multifocal sensor system Panomera® is a completely new and already patented camera technology which was specially developed for the all-encompassing video surveillance of expansive areas.
"Baseline", "Topline" and "Nightline" series
The Panomera® lines differ primarily in light sensitivity and frame rate. The models within the individual series differ by the number of sensors they have and thus by their aperture angle and the distance up to which persons can be recognised or identified.
Four Winds® casinos in Michigan rely on video surveillance technology "made in Germany". A video system by Dallmeier has been watching over Four Winds Hartford® since August 2011. Now, locations in New Buffalo and in Dowagiac, the latter of which opened in April, 2013, have also been equipped with Dallmeier technology.
The international airport at Naples, Napoli Capodichino Airport, is used by 6 million travellers every year. With the introduction of the Panomera® multifocal sensor system from Dallmeier, security in both the apron and the airport forecourt areas is enhanced further still by the very latest in camera technology.
Trains of the South African public transport operator PRASA are serviced and prepared for their next deployment at the marshalling yards in Braamfontein and Wolmerton. To enable the best possible surveillance of the expansive grounds, which are sometimes partly hidden from view as well, the multifocal sensor technology Panomera® by Dallmeier is being used.