Panoramic cameras give you wide-area coverage with just one camera. You can use them to monitor activities and detect incidents in large areas, track the flow of people, and improve area management. And because just one camera plays the role of many, your installation and system costs are kept lower.
Mount a single-sensor camera on a ceiling for a complete 360° overview of an entire room. Mount it on a wall for a 180° field of view. Either way, single- sensor cameras eliminate blind spots and deliver natural looking images, thanks to dewarping. Plus, they’re easy to place because they’re relatively small.
Multisensor cameras give you seamless 180° coverage with great detail and minimal distortion. Because they have multiple sensors, they provide wide coverage combined with high image quality and high pixel density. With their seamlessly stitched images, multisensor cameras also eliminate blind spots.
Multidirectional cameras can monitor multiple directions simultaneously because the camera heads can be positioned independently. They provide up to 360° coverage in four separate streams, and you can set up the viewing angle and level of zoom for each camera head individually. So multidirectional cameras give you the flexibility to choose between overviews and images with great detail.
Multidirectional cameras with PTZ give you all benefits of multidirectional cameras with the added ability to zoom in with a single click in the VMS (video management software).Designed for real-time monitoring, these cameras provide both an extremely high level of detail in the direction of your choice together with a constant 360° overview.Multidirectional cameras are well suited for city surveillance applications, such as monitoring public squares, parking lots and other open areas.