Danish Superliga football club Brøndby IF’s stadium is the first in Denmark to utilize facial recognition technology, provided by Panasonic, to ensure a safer stadium experience and alleviate the strain placed on staff during high profile matches. The system is being deployed to automate the process of identifying blacklisted persons and prevent them from entering the stadium, a task which was previously undertaken manually by security personnel.
Panasonic Corporation announced that it will establish a new company to operate its security systems business in Japan and overseas and that it has reached an agreement for strategic co-investment with Polaris Capital Group Co., Ltd. A decision was approved at a board of directors meeting. The Security Systems Business Division, which is part of Panasonic’s Connected Solutions Company, has a roughly 60-year history of developing security cameras and advanced edge devices
Panasonic will showcase new additions to its diversified technology portfolio of solutions at ISC West. Panasonic will exhibit new integrated products and services to help dealers and integrators expand their product offerings and offer their customers turnkey solutions that are easy to use, deploy and manage. New products include the i-PRO EXTREME compact dome camera series, i-PRO EXTREME 33MP (4x4K) Multi-Sensor camera, New Video Insight version 7.4 and enhanced FacePRO Facial Recognition Technology.
ISONAS announced its newest integration with the ISONAS Pure Access software solution and Panasonic’s Video Insight 7 (V17). ISONAS and Video Insight VMS have a long history of building powerful solutions that help customers seamlessly connect their access control and video management systems. ISONAS’s industry-leading software, Pure Access, is a cloud-based access control software application that provides users the ability to manage their access control from anywhere at any time, on any device.
Panasonic Systems Communications Company of North America, a leader in connected solutions that support the mission of law enforcement, announced today several upgrades for its evidence management system. These include: Unified Evidence Management (UEMS) 1.3 software upgrade, Point of View Camera, and upgraded video compression capabilities.
Eagle Eye Networks, Inc., announced the acquisition of Panasonic Cloud Management Service Europe B.V. (PCMSEU) makers of Panasonic Cameramanager and Panasonic Nubo. PCMSEU operated the largest number of cloud recorded cameras in Europe and now combined with Eagle Eye creates the world’s first global cloud video surveillance company. Panasonic Cloud Management Service Europe B.V. will be renamed ‘Eagle Eye Networks B.V.’ and will function as the European Headquarters for Eagle Eye – selling and supporting the expanded Eagle Eye product line.
Panasonic, a leading provider of advanced mobile technology and video evidence solutions for the government and public sector, announced that it has been officially awarded a contract for Arbitrator Body-Worn Cameras (BWC) from Rutgers University, New Jersey’s largest institution of higher learning. With the rollout scheduled for completion in 2016, officers are already patrolling campuses in Camden, New Brunswick, Piscataway, and Newark with the equipment. In addition, the NJ cities of Long Branch, Asbury Park and Rutherford started to roll out Panasonic body-worn cameras this past summer. In South Carolina, the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office is deploying 300 Arbitrator 360 in-car video systems.
Panasonic System Communications Company of North America (PSCNA) is bringing its extensive array of leading integrated security and video surveillance capture and recording solutions to ASIS International 2016. Panasonic solutions showcased at ASIS 2016 included: The New i-PRO Extreme Platform: Available on Panasonic’s new lineup of cameras, recorders and video management software (VMS) —providing a native end-to-end H.265 system while also delivering demonstrable enhancements in image quality, system reliability, IP security and embedded intelligence.
Panasonic Marketing Middle East and Africa (PMMAF), a leader in video surveillance cameras and solutions, launched their first 9-megapixel 360-degree network cameras for indoor and outdoor use at Intersec 2015 in Dubai. They are ideal for surveillance applications that require wide area coverage such as shopping malls, retail stores, airports, railway stations, parking lots, factories, warehouses, offices, and more. The WV-SFN480 and WV-SFV481 360-degree cameras provide a 360°/180° field of view, delivering very detailed 9-megapixel images with a 9MP 3K x 3K fisheye, panoramic, and de-warped view at 30fps in H.264 for incredibly high resolution at standard frame rates, ensuring bright images under any lighting condition.
Panasonic has announced the new AW-HE130, a pan/tilt/zoom camera incorporating recently-developed high-sensitivity, low-noise 1/3” 3-MOS imagers that produce stunning pictures, even in low light conditions. Revolutionary new features include Power over Ethernet+ (POE+) for easier integration, and multi-stream transmission of H.264 HD video and audio (up to 1080/60p at 25Mbps.) The HE130 adds many innovative features to Panasonic’s AW-HE120 PTZ, which has become the de facto standard remote control camera for educational, government, and house of worship use and is likewise prevalent in news, staging, sports, and reality television production.