Published on 23 March, 2010
|The new video IP Door Station, T24, is based on the international video telephony standard VoIP/SIP|
MOBOTIX will present its new video IP Door Station T24 at the world's leading architecture and technology exhibition. From April 11 to 16, the manufacturer of high-resolution, complete IP video system will exhibit this new line of products with a hemispheric lens at booth D40 in hall 9 at this year's Light+Building in Frankfurt, Germany.
The new video IP Door Station T24 is based on the international video telephony standard VoIP/SIP. The high-resolution camera integrated into the station has a 360° all-round view and can capture the entire area in front of the building's entrance. When the doorbell rings, a connection is established with a VoIP videophone or a standard computer via the network. This makes it possible, for example, to have audio and video access to the door station from anywhere in the world. The integrated message function allows messages to be left at the station and also to be accessed later. An individual control of user passwords is possible easily and conveniently. Events taking place outside the building's door can be recorded continuously or event-controlled with sound on integrated memory.
In addition, MOBOTIX will present its complete video solutions consisting of high-resolution cameras and video management software at Light+Building, among them the recently introduced all-round camera M24M and the Q24 with its unique hemispheric technology.
The MOBOTIX exhibition is set up on more than 230 square metres and is located in the centre of hall 9.