Innovative German IP Camera Manufacturer since 2000
Beside the professional VMS and video analysis software, MOBOTIX is known as an innovative producer of smart and autonomous IP cameras since the year 2000. From the beginning, cameras were equipped with CMOS sensors without any moving parts to improve backlight situations and longterm reliability. The camera itself runs the software for automatic event detection, alarm messaging, video analysis, direct NAS ring buﬀer storage and remote functions. Two-way audio with VoIP messaging and phone connectivity using the SIP standard is included in all MOBOTIX cameras. From the ﬁrst day, MOBOTIX cameras are produced weatherproof and IP66 protected with one of the highest quality standards. In 2015, a new range of competitive 6-megapixel indoor cameras for ﬂexible ceiling and wall-mount installations was launched. MOBOTIX is located near the highway A63 approx. 90 km south west of Frankfurt Airport in Germany.
HiRes Video Innovations
High-end thermografic camera with thermal sensor of typically 50 mK and a temperature measuring range of -40 to +550°C/-40 to +1022°F Two cameras in one: Thermal sensor plus 6MP sensor module can be displayed simultaneously in the dual image. The thermal sensor is capable of detecting even in complete darkness and/or through smoke, smog, or a thin plastic screen (limited during thick fog).
Extremely high-sensitive sensor with 6MP Moonlight Technology. High-contrast images without motion blur even in low-light situations (MxLEO) Hemispheric technology featuring 180° view with no blind spots. Cost-effective as fewer cameras are needed. All relevant events are automatically saved Integrated MxActivitySensor detects even the smallest movements and reduces the number of false alarms. Maintenance-free with no heaters, fans or moving parts. No licensing or software fees, free-of-charge updates.
Door stations with integrated cameras have been around for years. They are almost always based on analog TV technology that is over 60 years old and, because of the system involved, can only deliver very low image quality. Such systems only enable limited two-way communication. The station is installed using a complex cabling and power supply system.