The Panomera multifocal sensor systems differ from other cameras in that they provide both a total overview and any number of detail zooms in high resolution. This is made possible by up to eight sensors with different focal lengths in one single system. These capture significantly more area per camera in an image quality precisely defined by DIN EN 62676-4 than conventional solutions. This not only increases operator efficiency, but also reduces operating and infrastructure costs by up to 50%, depending on the application area.
Besides the advantages in image capture and operation, the latest Panomera generation is set apart by its analysis capabilities. The systems achieve this by combining a precisely plannable/definable image quality (and therewith data quality) with the most advanced analysis technology. If an application requires, for example, a minimum resolution density of 62,5 pixels per metre according to the DIN standard, over 50 000 square metres can be covered with just one camera system – more than sufficient for common object classifications. Even at the highest DIN resolution density of 250 pixels per metre for the identification of unknown persons that can be used in court, one system still manages up to 3100 square metres.
Each Panomera S8 camera system is equipped with eight of the latest SoCs, providing a much higher combined computing power for analytics on the camera (edge) – with a wide variety of analysis applications from people counting through to feature search. Users can operate the Panomera cameras either with the Dallmeier HEMISPHERE SeMSy video management software (VMS) or with any VMS systems that support ONVIF.
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