Dallmeier is a manufacturer of platform-independent video management solutions
Dallmeier offers “next generation” video management. Our open interfaces offer you the flexibility to choose either “From a single source” or “Best of breed” and therefore offer the best possible solution for every application purpose. For both purchase strategies, you can also choose from hardware, software or virtualised solutions with the option to integrate third-party systems. Video management 4.0 by Dallmeier stands for openness, simplicity and investment security through standards and platform independence.
You can choose:
- From a single source: This is a comprehensive video security solution including cameras, recording, management, video analysis, etc. that are adjusted perfectly to one another.
- Best of Breed: Combine Dallmeier products with existing third-party technology and products. The integration is not an issue thanks to Dallmeier’s open interfaces.
“Video management 4.0” is derived from the term “Industry 4.0”, which refers to the fourth industrial revolution. The first industrial revolution is considered to be mechanisation based on water and steam power, followed by the second industrial revolution – mass production – with the help of assembly lines and electric power. The use of electronics and IT for further automation of production was then hailed the third “digital revolution”.
The fourth industrial revolution is marked by comprehensive interconnection and digitalisation of production. The connection of embedded ICT systems makes factories more intelligent, allows machines to communicate with each other, and makes it possible to control and optimise processes nearly in real time. This allows for a high level of individualization for the products for highly flexible mass series production (mass customisation). Or in short: Industry 4.0 connects the real and virtual worlds.
The fourth industrial revolution in video management stands for openness, simplicity, investment security and platform independence – and rings in the fourth industrial revolution in video technology.