ImmerVision, the inventor of the 360-degree panomorph lens and worldwide expert in immersive optical technology, announced today that Axxon Next video management software (VMS) has been certified with ImmerVision Enables, one of the most flexible and advanced 360-degree viewing standard that significantly expands field-of-views without blind spots. By simply adding a panomorph camera, Axxon Next users achieve unparallel 360×180 degree performance through amplified peripheral resolution, increasing the size of objects in the distance and enhancing efficiency during investigations.
Directly within the Axxon Next VMS, operators use intuitive navigation tools to digitally zoom into areas of the hemispheric panomorph image, in both live or playback. Operators can also watch the complete scene unfold without blind-spots while concurrently displaying independent multiple undistorted views from the same panomorph camera.
Axxon Next video management platform uniquely offers support for touch-screen functionality. Operators with touch-enabled tablets or monitors can easily use pinches and swipes to maneuver within a panomorph view and quickly respond to events.
“360-degree solutions are becoming a critical component in security applications, people want to see and control whole areas with no blind spots,” says Murat Altuev, President of Axxon, which is headquartered in Moscow. “ImmerVision Enables lets us provide cutting-edge 360-degree visibility and, combined with Axxon Next VMS functionality, meet the market’s top standards.”
“There is massive potential for 360-degree solutions in security, and VMS vendors like Axxon are one-step ahead, leading this growth by developing impressive viewing capabilities with panomorph technology,” said Alessandro Gasparini, Chief Commercial Officer of ImmerVision.