Dallmeier and Pixim formed a partnership towards the end of 2004 with the goal of delivering high-performance security cameras for use in networked video environments. The first product from the partnership, Dallmeier’s DI-CAM camera based on Pixim’s D2000 Video Imaging System, provided high quality images suitable for use in advanced surveillance applications. “After looking at a number of alternatives for our new security cameras, we determined that Pixim had the best solution, with a roadmap that matches our view on the future of networked video surveillance,” said Dieter Dallmeier, CEO of Dallmeier Electronic, late 2004. “Using Pixim’s chipset we have been able to get our first camera to market with great image quality in an incredibly short period of time. We see Pixim’s DPS technology as providing us with a camera platform for the long term.” DI-CAM is now in manufacturing and is being demonstrated at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas this week. It is part of an integrated solution that includes a set of cameras, a DVR, and a comprehensive video management system that allows the images to be recorded and remotely controlled and accessed over an IP network. The Pixim D2000 Video Imaging System is a highly integrated chipset utilizing Pixim’s innovative Digital Pixel System® technology that provides an image sensor, image processor, and the intelligent software to develop advanced feature, high quality color security cameras.