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The cameras of the RDF6000DN series are designed for applications that require real-time, high-resolution images during the day and, depending on the model, in IR mode at night.
The various models are offered with a resolution of 4 or 8 MP and an integrated lens in a vandal-resistant dome housing. The motor-driven gimbal of the Dallmeier RPoD (Remote Positioning Dome), with its PTRZ (Pan Tilt Rotate Zoom) functionality, enables remote and precise alignment of the lens during camera setup.
The alignment can be changed at any time, allowing the system to be quickly adapted to changing coverage requirements.
The cameras are equipped with the hardened Linux operating system DOMERA® OS. In addition to a kernel with long-term support, it offers extensive security functions such as the deactivation of unused ports or the enforcement of strict passwords. In addition, DOMERA® OS supports secure network authentication (IEEE 802.1X) and encrypted data transmission (TLS 1.2/AES-256). All software components are subject to permanent monitoring, maintenance and updating, whereby the effectiveness of all measures is ensured by regular external penetration tests..
AI Analysis - Deep AI Object Classification
The camera is equipped with an intensively trained neural network that analyzes the captured images in high resolution and independent of movements in the background (green spaces, water areas, etc.) and reliably classifies defined objects (persons, vehicles, etc.) in real time. The captured data is sent with the video stream to the Dallmeier recording system for evaluation and storage and is available for further processing with the integrated EdgeAnalytics Apps.
AI Analysis - EdgeAnalytics Apps
The embedded EdgeAnalytics apps use the raw data of the Deep AI Object Classification to assess the captured operations according to the specific criteria of various use cases. The Line Crossing App, for example, detects the crossing of a defined line by a relevant object (person, vehicle, etc.) and generates a corresponding message with time and direction of movement. On the other hand, the various counting apps cyclically determine the number of persons or vehicles in a defined area and report when a set threshold value is exceeded. The generated event messages and values complete the raw data already contained in the video stream and can be displayed and evaluated with a Dallmeier client software.
Remote Positioning Dome
The camera is equipped with a motor-driven gimbal for precise lens alignment over the network (RPoD / PTRZ). Remote control is provided by the DOMERA® OS user interface and allows for simple installation and easy adjustment of the captured scene if requirements change. In addition, DOMERA® OS supports the adjustment of zoom, focus and iris of the P-Iris lens over the network. After installation and commissioning of the camera, no further measures are required on site.
Adaptive IR Illumination
The homogeneous illumination of the IR models is discreetly integrated under the permeable housing cover and can be manually or automatically adapted to the captured scene. Orientation and intensity of the illumination are dynamically determined by the position of the lens and the exposure control. In this way, disturbing side effects such as reflections from white walls next to the detection area can be avoided as far as possible.
The camera allows parallel recording of two video streams (including audio and analysis data) with different settings on an integrated SD card (optional). Local recording is triggered by the EdgeAnalytics event with the option to set a pre- and post-trigger time. Additionally, the first video stream can be transferred to a recording system for permanent recording as usual.