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DMI expands Precision Reality digital twin platform with remote security monitoring solution featuring Leica
DMI, LLC, a digital transformation company, has announced the release of a remote monitoring solution package on their Precision Reality digital twin platform, featuring the latest in laser scanning technology, the Leica BLK247. This offering expands Precision Reality’s robust ecosystem of hardware and software integrations for IoT, 3D visualization, and analytics.
As an exclusive integration partner for Leica, DMI has developed an end-to-end solution with the BLK247 to empower customers to remotely view, track, and securely manage valuable assets. DMI offers pre-configured BLK247 hardware, guided installation, software to power real-time email and text alerts, and training and support for all stakeholders.
Precision Reality users can track activity, volumetric changes, and monitor security within specific geofenced zones. An intelligent rules engine targets anomalies in zones by schedule, size, direction, speed, and can segment safe corridors for normal traffic flow to eliminate false alarms.
Automated monitoring removes human error, saves time spent on video analysis, and protects critical assets. The Leica BLK247 is designed to provide continuous monitoring in any environment and capture data in multiple formats, including LiDAR, thermal, and video.
Nathan Greiner, President and CTO of DMI commented on the technology, “Leica, already a market leader in reality capture, has now developed a game-changing persistent laser scanning product that when coupled with our Precision Reality software creates a solution that will transform the asset monitoring industry in the next 18 months.”
Recognizing that customers’ digital transformation journeys move at varying speeds, Precision Reality is framed with scalability, making it easy to add hardware, use cases, and collaborators as needed. Existing and legacy hardware and system data can also be integrated into the centralized platform to provide greater insight into operations.
Tony Grissim, who oversees Leica’s BLK247 business development in North America, commented, “in DMI, we are fortunate to have found a best-in-class solution partner who is able to deliver complete, proven solutions to customers using our technology. We chose to partner with DMI as they are already digitally transforming several industries.”
With a data and device-agnostic system architecture, DMI’s Precision Reality platform continues to integrate the latest emerging technologies to accommodate projects of all sizes and hardware stacks in an accelerating IoT market – simplifying the digital transformation process for enterprises.
The first installations are launching now with select customers. CJ Kuehl, DMI Chief Revenue Officer, said, “We are pleased to welcome Leica into our ever-growing platform. We’ve only just begun to tap into the industrial and commercial use cases for the BLK247 within industries, from utilities to warehousers, banking facilities, and municipalities. We are excited to introduce our customers and the market to the most advanced 3D surveillance technology, providing them a new level of security, insight, and peace of mind.”
To learn more, visit www.precisionreality.com/blk247