Panoramic Security Cameras

Panoramic Security Cameras

Panoramic security cameras - often referred to as 360° cameras - carry enormous viewing angles. When attached to a ceiling, these cameras can produce enormous 360° images by blending separate sensors together into one unified image. Within this view you can digitally pan, tilt, and zoom. Using dewarping software, you can often go to a 'quad-view', a view where the camera's viewing spectrum is spliced into four separate viewing directions. Many of these cameras come with advanced technology that allow for people counting or heat mapping to show the flow of foot traffic. More details in our article "Rising Trend in Surveillance Industry: Panoramic Cameras".

Panoramic Security Cameras

Panoramic security cameras - often referred to as 360° cameras - carry enormous viewing angles. When attached to a ceiling, these cameras can produce enormous 360° images by blending separate sensors together into one unified image. Within this view you can digitally pan, tilt, and zoom. Using dewarping software, you can often go to a 'quad-view', a view where the camera's viewing spectrum is spliced into four separate viewing directions. Many of these cameras come with advanced technology that allow for people counting or heat mapping to show the flow of foot traffic. More details in our article "Rising Trend in Surveillance Industry: Panoramic Cameras".

Fire Protection & Monitoring

Video
Survillance

Intrusion Detection

Access
Control

360-Degree Panoramic Views


Imaging Solutions


PTZ Technology


WDR Enhancement


Wide dynamic range helps produce clearer and sharper images by editing details for superior context. Whereas normal security cameras will feature reduced capability through sunlight, glaring, shadows, and more, WDR helps to reduce such effects by providing more clarity to incoming video footage.

Remote Accessible


Panoramic Security Cameras FAQ

What is an Panoramic Security Cameras?

Panoramic cameras - often referred to as 360° cameras - carry enormous viewing angles. When attached to a ceiling, these cameras can produce enormous 360° images by blending separate sensors together into one unified image. Within this view you can digitally pan, tilt, and zoom. Using dewarping software, you can often go to a 'quad-view', a view where the camera's viewing spectrum is spliced into four separate viewing directions. Many of these cameras come with advanced technology that allow for people counting or heat mapping to show the flow of foot traffic.

How Can A1 Security Cameras Help You?

We have designed hundreds if not thousands of Panoramic Security Cameras. A1 Security Cameras has a team of experts with years of hands on experience. When we mean "hands on experience", we mean climbing up the ladder, running cables, testing security cameras of all sorts and designing all sorts of security systems for different scenarios. In layman's terms, we are more like Home Depot when it comes to security cameras. We have the expertise to help you make decision between brands, technologies, products.

Please do not hesitate to give us a call and we will do everything to design the right security cameras for you.

How Do 360° Cameras Work?

You may have seen cameras that feature a 360°, 180° or “fish-eye” design such as the Vivotek FE8180. These compact models can produce the same output as three or four standard CCTV cameras. The raw footage has a peculiar, warped view. Video management software de-warps the view and allows you to manipulate footage as you watch.

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