MOBOTIX presents at ISC West

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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

LAS VEGAS—High-resolution network camera provider MOBOTIX  will host a series of presentations at ISC West, offering a closer look at the decentralized approach to surveillance.
 
The demonstrations cover a wide range of topics including edge-based recording, motion detection, mobile applications and successful selling tips.
 
“Maintaining a strong security posture is paramount in today’s environment. During our presentations at ISC West, we will be providing insight on how to best leverage new technologies to increase safety and tap into the benefits of using video to maximize operations and efficiency,” said Steve Gorski, GM, Americas for MOBOTIX, in a prepared statement.
 
All MOBOTIX cameras are based on the decentralized concept. All recording can take place internally on an SD card, or externally on a USB stick or via the IP network on NAS hard drives. The recording of the cameras themselves via the network makes it possible to use up to 10 times more cameras per server, compared to the central VMS-based recording of the competitors, according to the company. No PC or additional software is required.
 
All of the new camera models feature MxActivitySensor, state-of-the-art motion detection built-in to the cameras. This feature facilitates the recording of video or triggers an alarm if an event occurs. Interference caused by weather activity such as passing clouds or snowfall is ignored, reducing the opportunity for false alarms, according to the company. The motion sensor configures itself automatically.