Dallmeier presents security solutions for airports

Dallmeier presents security solutions for airports at inter airport Europe 2015

The inter airport Europe trade fair will be held in Munich from 6 to 9 October 2015, and Dallmeier will present the very latest in video security solutions for airports there, at stand 514 in hall B6.

With the Panomera® multifocal sensor system, Dallmeier will demonstrate the latest technology for airport security at the inter airport trade fair. Panomera® is a patented camera technology, which was specially developed to enable comprehensive video surveillance of expansive areas. The multifocal sensor technology makes it possible to display wide expanses as well as long distances in unequalled resolution quality, in real time and at high frame rates of up to 30 fps – and the area can be monitored from a single location. An outstanding feature of the system is its unique combination of an overall view with simultaneous high detail resolution at every distance.

This offers many advantages for airport security. Whether on take-off or landing runways, the airfield and hangars, the terminal buildings and baggage handling systems, car parks or access roads: At airports, huge premises with a variety of areas must be monitored around the clock. The multifocal sensor technology provides a comprehensive overview of all activity around the airport and airfield.

Besides the documentation of take-offs and landings, queues of aircraft at the runway, cargo and goods during loading or repairs and construction works can be fully documented and checked. In addition, debris or parts on the runway or the aircraft taxiways or fatigue cracks on the runway can be detected reliably.

Besides the multi sensor technology, Dallmeier offers complete systems for network-based video security with IP cameras, recording servers, intelligent video analysis and video management software – made by Dallmeier, made in Germany. With an open system architecture, the video system remains flexible and scalable, and thanks to its open interfaces (e.g., Onvif) it can easily be linked to third party systems, for access control or fire protection systems, for example.

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