Last 28th to 30th, thousands of companies from the physical security industry gathered together for the ISC West 2012 Event to discover, launch, and educate the newest security products & security technology network around ImmerVision Enables®360-degree Innovations. And of course one of the most anticipated companies attending was ImmerVision, world’s leading 360 degree panoramic solutions provider. Other major security technology companies attending were Sony, Moog Videolarm and Milestone System.
One of the biggest launch during this 3 day event was from Milestone Security. They have maximized the potential of ImmerVision’s technology specifically the panomorph feature by combining seamless blind-spot-free 360 degree views and zooming capabilities of Pan-Tilt-Zoom cameras.
According to Milestone Co-Founder and VP for Strategic, Henrik Friborg, “This new motorised PTZ control from a 360-degree panomorph view combines the advantages of birds-eye-view images with zoom-lens details. Without losing sight of the entire area, operators can zoom in on details with just one click, faster and more accurately than ever before.”
Another 360 degree photography innovations for security surveillance systems is from Sony. Introducing Sony’s newest IPELA Hybrid camera (SNC-ZB550). It has high resolution panomorph lens and an enhanced HD surveillance coverage with 360 degree technology allowing clients to keep their existing coaxial cabling infrastructure.
With all these major security brands utilizing ImmerVision’s Enables®360-degree Innovations, what can ImmerVision say? According to ImmerVision’s CCO, Alessandro Gasparini, “We are impressed at how more world leaders are using ImmerVision Enables 360-degree technology standards to create innovative solutions that better protect people and assets by increasing efficiency of security operations.”
Panomorph lenses by the way are the first and only lens adaptable to any camera, any sensor, and any consumer, commercial and government market. Interested in ImmerVision’s 360 degree panomorph technology?