At LogiMAT 2022 (Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre) from 31 May to 2 June 2022, as a sub-exhibitor on the Cluster Mobility & Logistics stand (Hall 8, Stand C55), Dallmeier will present a broad portfolio of image-based solutions for process optimisation specifically addressing customers in intralogistics.
From monitoring transfer of risk procedures, by way of rapid response to failures and on to the efficient control of goods and information flows or improved claims management and increased workplace safety – the innovative “Panomera” camera solutions from Dallmeier enable comprehensive control of an enormous range of logistics processes. Thus, for example, the high-performance “Panomera W” with 180° and 360° viewing angles offers operators the option to capture extremely large spatial relationships with a minimal number of cameras. And the technology assures the image resolution needed for the respective logistics application at all times.
Misplaced consignments constitute another well known challenge encountered in intralogistics. The tracking system developed by Dallmeier enables the automated search and location of freight goods through the automatic linking of video images with scan events and package numbers. The results are significantly reduced time spent searching for consignments, cost savings and improved customer relations.
The patented Panomera multifocal sensor technology does more than reduce the number of cameras needed as well as infrastructure (masts, cables, network etc.) many times over. In combination with various analysis applications – such as the AI-based object classification for reducing false alarms – the technology provides logistics companies with extremely powerful solutions for warehouses, loading and shipping areas, an immense range of logistics processes and for perimeter protection.
Dallmeier upholds the highest standards in quality, data protection and data security/cybersecurity alike. Moreover, the innovative 3D planning approach guarantees that the systems will deliver precisely the detection quality necessary for video recordings to be usable in court. Consequently, compliance with TAPA (FSR) requirements is simple.