Mobotix Opens Security Technology Briefing Center at its NY Headquarters

MOBOTIX has opened a state-of-the-art technology briefing center at its North American headquarters. MOBOTIX will leverage the new venue to showcase its technologies and provide first-hand demonstrations of its decentralized network camera technology and its hemispheric surveillance solutions. The facility is located at 110 Wall St. in New York.

The technology briefing center, which is part of the company’s 8,000-square-foot New York headquarters, a stage for MOBOTIX specialists to address technical questions, product inquiries and showcase new products to existing and prospective resellers and end customers. The location also supports classroom-based training that enhances industry knowledge about MOBOTIX’s networked video surveillance technologies.

Unlike traditional security systems, MOBOTIX has decentralized approach to video surveillance. The MOBOTIX camera incorporates a high-speed computer and internal flash memory card (SD/MicroSD card) to enable all recording and storage to occur within the camera, reducing the need for a separate PC or DVR. Furthermore, all data is processed within the camera to lower network bandwidth, which allows the company to maximize robust features, including virtual PTZ and 360-degree hemispheric technology with panoramic view.

“One of our primary objectives is to engage our growing partner and customer networks in the Americas on a more interactive level,” said Steve Gorski, general manager, Americas, of MOBOTIX Corp. “By investing in our office and briefing center in New York, we are able to demonstrate how our solutions contribute to increased safety, enhanced customer value and a reduction in risk.


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