Dallmeier presents VideoNetBox 3, the easy to deploy, plug-and-play video security solution for small and medium-sized businesses (SMB). For small and medium-sized businesses, it is particularly important that video security solutions are easy to install and smooth to operate. Precisely for this target group, Dallmeier offers VideoNetBox 3 which can be configured quickly and simply as a complete video security solution for up to 16 HD video streams.
The Dallmeier MDF5400HD-DN Fisheye is a network camera with a fisheye lens especially designed to work with the image sensor. The high resolution of the sensor in conjunction with the very latest encoder technology and sophisticated image processing together deliver image recording of exceptional quality with 8 megapixel resolution and a frame rate of up to 25/30 fps. This camera is therefore the ideal choice when an entire room has to be captured in detail with no blind spots and in real time.
At the ICE Totally Gaming 2018 in London, Dallmeier’s Casino Division team presented for the first time in Europe their brand new innovative Casino Automation Technology (CAT) dedicated to live gaming and table gaming automation. Dallmeier has recently successfully carried out numerous tests in live Casino environments and has proven CAT to be an accurate, secure and market ready product.
A video security system by Dallmeier provides security in and around the city landmark Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, which also was part of the protection for the inaugural guests, who included German President Joachim Gauck and Chancellor Angela Merkel. The full-IP system was planned and installed by Hamburg-based DEKOM Video Security & Network GmbH, a member of the Dallmeier group of companies.
In recent years, a particular form of criminality has become more widespread on Europe´s major highways: the theft of valuable commercial goods, vehicles and their cargoes and even the fuel tanks on lorries have been targeted by organised crime. The financial cost is enormous! So Euro Rastpark began working with other members of the Association of German Off-motorway Truck Stop Owners (VEDA) to combat the problems by developing a security concept that addressed actual conditions and now offers premium parking areas that are screened and monitored by Dallmeier security technology.
In the age of Artificial Intelligence, IP cameras are evolving from purely imaging appliances into smart modules in the context of a video surveillance system. Dallmeier is following these developments by integrating VCA technology, also known as Video Content Analysis, in the 5000 series of Dallmeier cameras, thereby enabling intelligent incident search in the recorded video streams.
Security requirements at airports are extremely high and it is vital that every area is being monitored including airfield, hangar, car parks, terminal and access roads, runway, apron, perimeter. Dallmeier offers a range of flexible solutions for multi area surveillance and in the movie produced by AOA and ITN they showcase the Dallmeier multifocal sensor technology Panomera in operation at Bristol Airport. Nowadays airside and landside security is a hot topic, and airport operators seek for latest technologies to identify, analyse and proactively resolve dubious situations in time. Therefore Dallmeier video security solutions at Bristol Airport are part of the Airport Matters 2017 program and movie which the Airport Operators Association (AOA) and ITN Productions have produced in 2017.
The DDF5400HD Ultraline camera series has been designed especially for applications requiring very high resolution images in real time. The camera is available with an integrated lens in a vandal-resistant dome housing. It can be conventionally supplied with an external power supply unit or conveniently with Power over Ethernet (PoE Class 0, IEEE 802.3af).
The Video Management Centre VMC-2 stands apart from other devices due to its ergonomic and intelligent design. It is made up of a touch screen, a joystick and a jog-shuttle. The individual components are modular and flexible, as they are freely positionable and thus ideally suited for both left- and right-handed operators. Moreover, it is possible to use the components independently as stand-alone devices.
In a new book by well-known Australian author, inventor, and video surveillance technology expert Vlado Damjanovski The Panomera® Effect: A new camera technology by Dallmeier the author discusses, among other topics, the concept of the multifocal sensor technology and its advantages for installation. The book also deals with aspects such as depth of field, picture quality, low light, and dynamic range.
In order to be able to ensure public safety at such a large event, various camera systems were deployed, including the Panomera multifocal sensor technology from Dallmeier. The system was installed by Dallmeier working with its partner Total Recall, a video-centric security technology provider that has specialized in providing control centers, video network design, and management for cities and municipalities over the past 25 years.
The new Panomera® lines differ primarily in light sensitivity and frame rate. Baseline, with a frame rate of 12.5 fps and a light sensitivity of 0.5 lux is an excellent choice for well-lit scenes. Topline, with a light sensitivity of 0.1 lux and a frame rate of 30 fps is an “all-round talent” for good to moderate illumination. Nightline, with a light sensitivity of 0.002 lux and a frame rate of 30 fps, is ideal even for night-time applications. Thus any situation at all can be mastered brilliantly, including those where lighting is poor.
30 years of Dallmeier – an excellent reason for the video specialists from Regensburg to celebrate with an “Octoberfest” at the Security Essen trade show: On every day of the show, visitors may look forward to being treated to typical German sausages such as Weisswurst and Regensburger Knacker, as well as fresh pretzels and good […]
Following the successful opening of the Dallmeier solution centre at Johanns Systemhaus in Bitburg, Dallmeier can now provide its customers and partners with an on-site showroom in southern Germany. The “Showroom South” at IPPI GmbH was opened with due ceremony in mid-May. IPPI has over 30 years of experience in the planning and installation business. […]
With its patented multifocal sensor technology Panomera® Dallmeier has opened up opportunities for totally new solutions in the video security sector. This unique camera technology is now available as the ideal model for commercial and industrial applications. In contrast to single sensor cameras, the multifocal sensor technology provides a guaranteed constant resolution of at least […]
Loss-free recording even if the network fails. With the function “EdgeStorage for Emergency Recording with SmartBackfill”, Dallmeier guarantees loss-free recording even in the case of a network failure. All current Dallmeier IP cameras are equipped with a RAM. If the network drops out or becomes overloaded, or if the recording system has to be rebooted, […]
Dallmeier is placing new “How To” videos online with step-by-step instructions for configuring HD cameras simply via the web interface. Dallmeier HD cameras can be configured easily and conveniently via the web interface. In a new series of “How To” videos, the manufacturer now explains which settings can be made, and where they can be […]
13-12-2013 Nestled on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in Southern Europe, the Principality of Monaco is an international hub of wealth and enterprise. People of 119 nationalities live here together successfully. Bankers, businessmen and entrepreneurs, people from all walks of life, mingle together in Monaco, which over time has developed into one of the most cosmopolitan and popular states in the world. One reason for this popularity is the low criminality in the principality, the result, among other things, of many years of IP video surveillance. The Monégasque government has been using a video surveillance system for a number of years to ensure peace and security throughout the state. However, the analogue system with a manually controlled tape recording had ceased to be suitable a long time ago. For only a portion of the available cameras were being recorded, while the expenses for the regular maintenance works and the exchange of video tapes were very high. On top of this the search for relevant image sequences within the recording was time-consuming and laborious. Therefore, the decision was made to install a digital system. In 2005, the contract for the installation was awarded to the German manufacturer Dallmeier, which had already successfully realised the video surveillance system at the Casino Monte-Carlo. The company developed a custom-made video surveillance solution which met the customer’s requirements regarding quality and ease of use. Dallmeier had designed a hybrid solution in which the existing system could be converted step by step to a […]
A trial of Dallmeier IP/HD cameras in the shop area is enough to demonstrate the capabilities of Dallmeier HD technology Some of the existing analogue cameras were also replaced with Dallmeier high-resolution HD network cameras Founded in 1856, the aim of the National Portrait Gallery in London is “to promote through the medium of portraits the appreciation and understanding of the men and women who have made and are making British history and culture, as well as the understanding of portraiture in all media”. The Gallery holds the most extensive collection of portraits in the world. The collection is displayed in London and in a number of locations around the United Kingdom, including several houses managed by the National Trust. Like other national museums, the Gallery is supported both by government and increasingly by a large number of individuals, companies and foundations, as well as by the receipts from shops, events and ticketed exhibitions. One of the most successful events in the history of the gallery was held last year, in honour of Lucian Freud (1922-2011). The Lucian Freud Portraits exhibition consisted of 130 portraits painted by the great man, borrowed from museums and private collections all over the world. Over three months, it attracted a record 248,000 visitors. But before the exhibition could be opened to such acclaim, the existing video system had to be expanded and modernised. Latest IP HD technology The system has consisted of Dallmeier surveillance cameras and recorders for many years. Now, however, the […]
Sydney – Asia’s new mega-casinos are driving sales and innovation in advanced surveillance technology, from chips with built-in radio transmitters to high-definition, multi-lens, digital cameras that can scan huge gaming floors and catch the deftest sleight of hand. Security solution providers such as German-Australian joint venture Dallmeier International, California-based Pelco, a unit of Schneider Electric, and Samsung Techwin, about 25% owned by Samsung Electronics, are among those reaping the benefits of Asia’s casino building boom. Tens of thousands of security cameras, including some of the most advanced commercially available, have been installed in the southern Chinese territory of Macau alone in the past five years, and many thousands more are on order for the multi billion dollar hotel-casino resorts still in the pipeline. “It’s big business. The camera market here has started to get very big… It’s probably the most demanding environment for a video surveillance system anywhere in the world,” said Craig Graham, Dallmeier International general manager for Asia. “Some of these guys (casino operators) have 700 tables and up to 1 000 slot machines, all of which have to be monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week.” Graham said Dallmeier had about 20% of the video surveillance market in Macau’s gaming industry, where its clients include Sands China , a subsidiary of Las Vegas Sands and one of six casino firms licensed to operate in the only place in China where casinos are legal. There are around 100 000 cameras installed in Macau’s casinos, according […]