MOBOTIX Welcomes TOTUS Solutions as Technology Partner

MOBOTIX Corp., a provider of high-resolution, network-based surveillance systems, today announced that TOTUS Solutions, a manufacturer of outdoor lighting-based security platforms, has joined the MOBOTIX Global Technology Partner Network. Participation in the program ensures seamless integration of MOBOTIX IP surveillance devices with TOTUS technologies.

The Global Technology Partner Network is designed to help MOBOTIX partners take advantage of business opportunities within the fast growing IP video surveillance market. Partners benefit from direct contact with MOBOTIX for sales and marketing tools, as well as professional training, technical support and the latest developments in IP video technology and home automation.

TOTUS Security Platforms use LED lighting as a deterrence mechanism in commercial and governmental applications. TOTUS technology incorporates MOBOTIX megapixel, IP video surveillance, multi-day, media storage and communications options to provide reactive capabilities and evidentiary support.

Robust, IP video surveillance capabilities are provided by the MOBOTIX Q24 Hemispheric Camera that delivers 360-degree views and features a compact, weatherproof design. This camera is an ultra-compact, IP network, dome camera with a special, hemispheric lens. When mounted onto the ceiling, the camera is capable of providing a complete, 360-degree, all-around view or when mounted onto the wall, provides a 180-degree, panoramic view. The Q24’s high image quality is achieved through the use of a 3.1 megapixel sensor. An integrated Micro SD/SD card provides up to 80 hours of continuous recording with audio. Furthermore, the MOBOTIX Q24 includes MxControlCenter, a professional video management system with event search, image processing, lens distortion correction, PTZ support and more, at no cost.

The TOTUS Security Platforms also benefit from video analytics built into the Q24 to trigger lighting control and audio functionalities. When a MOBOTIX camera detects motion, according to user-defined alarm parameters, the solution flashes lights, plays pre-recorded messages and sound, and emails video clips to predefined users. Since the MOBOTIX camera features edge-based recording, all data is processed within the camera to lower network bandwidth, which maximizes the use of virtual PTZ, video analytics and hemispheric technology.

“TOTUS Security Platforms incorporate ‘green’ LED lighting, optimized for video surveillance. These purpose-built platforms transform passive surveillance into a deterrent to provide an all-in-one solution for a vast number of market opportunities,” said Gregory G. Williams, president and CEO of TOTUS Solutions. “As a leader in the IP surveillance space, MOBOTIX is an ideal partner to help further improve upon the robust capabilities of our products.”

"The TOTUS Security Platforms are highly effective for crime deterrence in remote and perimeter applications," said Steve Gorski, general manager, Americas of MOBOTIX. "Our partnership with TOTUS will capitalize on their innovation by adding evidentiary support, powerful analytics and 360-degree surveillance. We look forward to being able to serve even more customers by integrating our surveillance technologies with this feature-rich solution.”

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