Germany-based video pioneer Dallmeier will once again be taking part in LogiMAT 2024, which will be held in Stuttgart from 19 to 21 March. The experts from Dallmeier will be exhibiting on the stand of the Mobility & Logistics Cluster (hall 8, stand C53) and will be demonstrating how security and processes in logistics can be optimised with video technology.
Image quality decisive for damage management and process optimisation
In addition to the classic “surveillance cameras” of the Domera® series, Dallmeier’s logistics customers benefit above all from the manufacturer’s patented “Panomera®” multifocal sensor cameras. These systems not only provide an optimal overall view, but also enable an unlimited number of detailed views, each of which meets the highest requirements of the international standard DIN EN 62676-4 for video surveillance systems.
Efficient surveillance with fewer cameras
The technology can be used not only in warehouses, but also in loading and dispatch areas, for yard management and hazardous areas. The result: improved damage management, increased safety and greater employee and customer satisfaction. Panomera® cameras also help to reduce the total cost of ownership of video technology, as fewer systems, installation points and infrastructure are required to monitor large areas and long distances.
Protecting sensitive areas with AI video analytics
All Dallmeier camera families offer a wide range of video analytics functions. For example, the cameras classify objects such as people, animals and vehicles at the perimeter, which minimises the number of false alarms. Many other options are available, such as object counting, loitering and line crossing functions. For further analytics, the systems are compatible with a wide range of third-party analytics applications.
Real-time cargo tracking
The misplacement of packages is another well-known challenge in logistics. By automatically linking video images to package numbers, it is possible to search and locate packages very quickly and automatically. Intelligent, video-based systems use time servers to synchronise the various scan events to the exact frame. This allows the corresponding video sequences to be quickly assigned. This greatly reduces the time needed to trace parcels.