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System Design Tool

What is System Design Tool ?

Panasonic System Design Tool is a great that can be used on the web anytime, anywhere, greatly reducing the work SIers spend on system design.

- The settings are immediately reflected in the simulation results.

- Dedicated software is not required and can be used anywhere on the web.


Designing security systems and planning projects can be really complex and time consuming : to streamline this and save some real time and money for you, we have recently launched our new i-PRO Security System Design Tool, significantly reducing your work load of system designing.
 
Challenge:

- The system design is complicated, so work is time-consuming.

- Correct system design requires know-how and experience.


Solution:

- Drastically reduce the work steps for system design.

- Immediately reflect setting content in simulation results.

- Dedicated software is not required and can be used on the web any time and any place.
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Features and Benefits

-Interactive: When the camera setting conditions are changed, the perception and size of the subject can be immediately simulated.

-Optimazation: The ideal camera placement and number can be calculated while confirming the overlap in the recording range
                          between cameras.

-Accessible: Data saved as a project can be accessed from the web at any time. 

-Utilization: Saved device lists and results of storage calculation can be exported in CSV format and utilized for proposal data.

How It Works

Step 1: Map Import and Settings

Step 2: Camera Settings

Step 3: Camera List and Storage Calculation

Step 4: Data Save and Utilization
A detailed tutorial on how to use the tool and also some basic operations (for example camera placement and capacity calculation result) can be gathered when clicking right side video.
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The Panasonic system design tool is a great that can be used on the web anytime, anywhere, greatly reducing the work SIers spend on system design.