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18/04/2017

Mobotix shows innovative application interfaces at ISC

Winnweiler, Germany

During ISC West from the 5th to 7th of April at Sands Expo in Las Vegas, the German system manufacturer of professional video management (VMS) and smart IP cameras presented its latest IP video security products and innovations including vertical specific solutions for IoT, retail, home automation, perimeter, transportation and industrial markets.

Mike Bomas, General Manager for the Americas at Mobotix Corp. said, “Our innovative decentralised camera systems and efficient video analytics within our ultra-reliable chassis are designed for a wide range of applications requiring quality video along with flexible automation and integration tools to deliver a customer and application specific solution.”

As part of a strategic focus to open up its technology to the market, Mobotix will demonstrate its latest innovations and integrations with key technology alliance partners including Genetec, Accel Robotics, Sierra Wireless, E-Holovision and Overland.

The event will also feature demonstrations of Mxactivityaensor 2.0, the intelligent 3D motion detection system using on-board analytics to reduce false alarms caused by atmospheric conditions, animals and debris.

The Mobotix range of award winning thermal radiometry cameras are also showcased including dual lens configurations able to offer both video and thermal imagery with alerts for up to 20 different kinds of temperature events in a range from -40 to +550°C for both security applications and fire detection.

“Our diverse portfolio combined with innovative application interfaces and system development tools enable system integrators to build high value solutions that seamlessly combine a wide range of technologies to meet the needs of our customers, while preserving the integrity and security of their computer networks” Bomas adds.


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