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MOBOTIX announces new range of video surveillance cameras

13 Jul 18

MOBOTIX has announced the launch of MOBOTIX MOVE, a new video surveillance camera family that supplements its current portfolio allowing end customers to benefit from additional features to meet a wider range of indoor and outdoor use cases.

Available in Australia from August 2018, customers will be able to obtain MOBOTIX MOVE products, which provide standards-based technology as well as products with unique MOBOTIX features, from a single trusted source backed by industry-leading quality and reliability.

The new MOBOTIX MOVE series are the first MOBOTIX cameras to support both the ONVIF S and G profiles with video streaming at 3 and 4 MP resolution up to 30 frames per second.

Available in four models including bullet, vandal-proof bullet and fixed dome and two speed domes; all models are PoE powered and IP66/IK10 rated for flexible deployment.

“MOBOTIX MOVE is a recognition that we need to bring the same level of MOBOTIX expertise to a wider range of projects that have a specific requirement,” explains MOBOTIX chief executive officer Thomas Lausten.

MOBOTIX MOVE also is the first MOBOTIX camera range with motorised varifocal lenses, high-speed mechanical Pan-Tilt-Zoom, Speed Domes and Wide Dynamic Range sensors at up to 4MP resolution.

The built-in software offers Smart Event functions, remote zoom and focus plus iris control on Autofocus Lens.

Each device includes a built-in SD card slot and certain models have integrated IR LED illumination.

The true day/night feature with integrated movable IR cut filter technology provides colour images at day time and monochrome infrared sensitive images at night.

With full ONVIF support, MOBOTIX MOVE cameras can natively support the widest range of video management software and NVR devices including PTZ control, audio, multicasting and relay outputs.

“With the addition of MOBOTIX MOVE, our customers now have more choice without compromising on quality,” says Lausten.

All MOBOTIX MOVE devices can be controlled via integrated web GUI using PC based browsers and will also be natively supported in the upcoming 2.0 version of MOBOTIX Management Center due for release in Q4 of 2018.

MOBOTIX MOVE will be available from MOBOTIX distributors at the end of July and will be supported by technical training events for registered partners.

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