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27/03/2012

AMG Panogenics launch new camera range at ISC West

London, UK

AMG-Panogenics, the British manufacturers of sophisticated 5 megapixel camera solutions are using ISC West in Las Vegas this week to launch their new camera range into the US markets.
The new Panocam360 range offers the latest in surveillance capability from 360 degree cameras with absolutely no moving parts whatsoever. It streams 12.5 frames per second and the on-board de-warping reduces the processing requirement back in the control room. Offering up to 14 de-warped video streams/independent camera views simultaneously alongside the full-resolution fish-eye view, makes Panocam360 one of the most powerful and versatile 360 degree camera ranges available. It provides complete situational awareness from a single camera.

CTO of AMG-Panogenics, David Myers says, “ISC West is an excellent opportunity for us to launch the Panocam360 range to the US market. AMG-Panogenics specialises in intelligent imaging solutions. We develop cutting-edge hardware and software technologies for the global security industry and incorporate technologies manufactured by Panogenics, a sister company to AMG Systems. The AMG-Panogenics brand thus stands for advanced, cutting edge, high quality IP video technology. We are very excited to be launching such an innovative new product to the US market. To the best of our knowledge, there is no other 360 degree camera available offering such a high number of simultaneous streams from the camera combined with a 12.5fps frame rate. Panocam360 is already fully integrated with a number of renowned NVR/video management products and we will be able to demonstrate this at the show. The camera lenses we use in the Panocam360 series are supplied by Sunex and they have kindly agreed to let us showcase the range at their stand.”

Sunex specialises in digital imaging lenses, optical components and customised optical solutions from design to manufacturing. Sunex has developed innovative designs that optimise the performance of CMOS based imaging systems and in particular for multi-megapixel and wide-angle lenses.

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