Dallmeier introduces remote-controlled ‘privacy curtain’ Privacy Shield

csm Dallmeier Privacy Shield RGB 1bcbae774eGerman video security manufacturer Dallmeier electronic has introduced the remote-controlled ‘Privacy Shield’ for their Panomera cameras

With a few mouse clicks, government authorities, police forces as well as private businesses can cover the lenses of the cameras with a kind of ‘privacy curtain’ to protect the privacy rights of individuals concerned, e.g. during peaceful public assemblies, company staff meetings or strikes.

Users can remotely control a type of ‘blind’ – made of a special non-transparent material – directly through the control centre’s GUI, and cover the Dallmeier Panomera systems lenses within a few seconds.

The Privacy Shield has a highly visible colour and bears a cross-out camera’s printed image, showing clearly to anyone: no video surveillance or video surveillance is available.

This solution could also be used in business environments if, for example, during shift changes, company meetings or strikes, area or car park surveillance is to be deactivated at certain times. Not only is the system available in the latest Panomera generation; it can also be easily upgraded to existing systems.

“As a German manufacturer, we have mastered the topic of data protection and data security through years of cooperation with authorities. This is why it was important to us to make a system available for government authorities, and private businesses as well, which addresses these many requirements in a single solution,” said Dieter Dallmeier, founder and CEO at Dallmeier electronic.

“This includes the need for comprehensive protection of the privacy of citizens, or employees, to be able to comply with the legal provisions and to be able to comply with the requirement to deactivate and activate surveillance at reasonable expense,” the CEO concluded.

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