Dallmeier and Eizo aim to streamline video management

Dallmeier and Eizo have been working together to help streamline video management systems for end users. Personnel often only need to keep an eye on certain security cameras and do not have any other video management duties. Yet this is often where users still install a separate PC and software. To combat this, Dallmeier single sensor cameras are now fully integrated with Eizo IP decoding solutions, helping customers realise completely “client-free” video surveillance solutions.

In times past, the transmission of video surveillance images from IP cameras to surveillance monitors required a PC with corresponding software and peripherals so that it could output the image signals from the IP camera – this in turn involved additional software licences and more system maintenance and hardware resources. Now, Dallmeier camera users can implement the DuraVision FDF2711W-IP IP decoder monitor and the DuraVision DX0211-IP IP decoder box from Eizo for in use cases with no other video management requirements. The systems from Eizo support all the single sensor cameras in the German manufacturer’s portfolio.

The Eizo systems are described as ideal for 24/7 operation in security and surveillance systems and have been equipped with a high-performance decoder and a range of video stream management functions which are integrated directly with the firmware. Dallmeier states that its single sensor cameras enjoy a reputation for distinctive image and playback quality even under difficult conditions.

The manufacturers believe that the Dallmeier cameras and the Eizo IP decoder monitor or IP decoder box can be implemented in many different sectors, including passenger processing at airports, local public transport, gatehouses, care homes and hospitals. In small environments, the manufacturers state that the combined solution could replace the VMS system entirely.





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