by Mark Rowe

MOBOTIX welcomed six partners onto its stand at IFSEC 2018 last month, to show new integrated solutions. The German video security product manufacturer unveiled its MOBOTIX MOVE line of cameras, the first ONVIF G compliant series. It is able to deliver three H.264 streams at the same time. The MOVE series of four models is also the first MOBOTIX camera series offered with standard features such as motorised varifocal lenses, integrated infra-red illumination and Wide Dynamic Range.

Thomas Lausten, Chief Executive Officer of MOBOTIX said: “We listened and the MOBOTIX MOVE series is our response to requests from integrators and installers who asked for standard products when it comes to tenders where the specification requires features like PTZ, varifocal lenses and WDR. MOBOTIX MOVE products are specified and tested by MOBOTIX in Germany and manufactured under supervision. Our customers can be sure that we won’t lose our product DNA and all MOBOTIX MOVE branded devices are delivered and supported according to the same high-quality standards our customers expect.”

Also on show were the second generation of its flagship Mx6 camera line with new integrated MxBus. This two-wire cable system developed by MOBOTIX is encrypted against cyberattacks and expands camera functions by including practical other MOBOTIX modules such as the MX-GPS-Box, a time server for a complete video system.

As for partners, products, services and executives were from Genetec, Ipsotek, Kentix, SEDI, SeSys and Wavestore. Lausten said: “The inclusion of more partners at IFSEC is an example of our ongoing strategy of making MOBOTIX more open and responsive to the needs of our entire ecosystem for the benefit of our customers, MOBOTIX is an innovative company with engineering excellence at its heart and as a global supplier, our inclusive strategy is helping us to enter new markets by providing our partners with more flexibility to address a wider range of projects with our systems.”

“A number of solutions use our decentralised concept with various sensor technologies and other devices across the network to reliably detect situations and independently initiate actions in responses. Our goal is to take our industry beyond human vision and blend sensors, communication and analysis that helps users increase process efficiency and develop innovative business models.”

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