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‘Conquering new markets together’ was the motto of the MOBOTIX Innovation Summit DACH 2019 held in Langmeil (located in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate). The main topic was the opening of new market opportunities through a global network of partnerships and technology alliances. More than 150 participants from Germany, Austria and Switzerland learned about trends in the global markets for cyber security as well as the latest, market-ready MOBOTIX innovations. In addition, participants were given thorough insight into the MOBOTIX community and networking opportunities throughout Europe and beyond. Cyber security solutions MOBOTIX plans to launch a camera platform developed together with Konica Minolta One of the highlights at the Innovation Summit was a glimpse into the near future: At the end of the year, MOBOTIX plans to launch a camera platform developed together with Konica Minolta that is tailored to deep learning methods. This platform forms the basis for the market solutions developed jointly by MOBOTIX and its technology partners, and at the same time provides access to global distribution. The prototype shown at the event and the planned functions and features impressed and enthused the visitors, as they did the week before in Athens, where MOBOTIX held this year's Innovation Summit Europe. “MOBOTIX is undergoing a transformation process whereby we are evolving from a product manufacturer to a full-service provider of cyber security solutions based on our strong German DNA,” explained Thomas Lausten, CEO of MOBOTIX, at the conference. Energy-efficient systems MOBOTIX will also build off of strategic alliances, the expansion of technology and solution partnerships and a comprehensive range of intelligent end-to-end solutions for existing and new vertical markets. “The focus is on decentralised intelligence that ensures that tomorrow's CCTV monitoring is very different from what we see today,” said Lausten. In the new Partner Society, MOBOTIX will work closely with its global partners to develop cybersafe and decentralised, energy-efficient systems, thereby creating greater added value. “The key factors here are ensuring trust, innovation and reliability in an increasingly diverse and permanently changing market,” emphasised Lausten. In addition, the Partner Society will not only promote innovation, but also create new opportunities for business growth through a onestop shop with intelligent, cyber-safe video technologies – beyond human vision, said Lausten, referring to the MOBOTIX slogan. Global customer network The Partner Society will help us make the most of the expertise of all stakeholders across our channels" “The Partner Society will help us make the most of the expertise of all stakeholders across our channels,” Lausten explained. “Whether we’re dealing with niche or broadband solutions, it's a platform for developing a global customer network.” The conference was accompanied by an exhibition featuring several Technology Alliance partners. Kentix, Microsens, Real Network, PATLITE, Intercoax, Cathexis, eks Engel, Nelysis, Milestone, Genetec, EIZO, Eagle Eye and Frogblue presented their latest products and services. “We’re excited about the lively discussions, the exciting presentations and the unique group dynamics that made the MOBOTIX Innovation Summit DACH 2019 a success. We see a great deal of potential – and together with our partners, we aim to develop and take full advantage of it,” concludes Lausten. Immediately after the German conference, the MOBOTIX CEO visited ISC West in Las Vegas. At this event, the company presented itself to the American market, showed the latest innovations to MOBOTIX partners and interested visitors and provided an outlook on upcoming developments.
MOBOTIX, the manufacturer of premium-quality secure IP video systems, is responding to the latest news about the use of non-secure hardware and software in IT or network infrastructures. Global players from the U.S. have already reacted and banned certain manufacturers from public contracts. Australia has also forbidden the use of products from certain manufacturers that are under suspicion of facilitating unauthorised access to data or not being able of warding off hacker attacks via cells on SoCs (System on a Chip). Thomas Dieregsweiler, Head of Product Management at MOBOTIX, confirms that with certain Systems-on-Chips, no reliable protection can be guaranteed when using them. Especially when the basic software is used by third-party SoC vendors, it is difficult to assess the risks for these vendors. SoCs are chips onto which functions of a programmable electronic system (such as an IP-based video surveillance system) are integrated. Reliable protection for the user We use proprietary MOBOTIX software on these processors and retain full control over what the entire system does and is capable of"MOBOTIX only uses high-performance industrial FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Arrays) from well-known American manufacturers for its hardware and image generation chains, providing reliable protection for the user. An FPGA is used for the continuous processing of digital signals such as audio and video signals, neural networks and Deep Learning Algorithms/Artificial Intelligence and makes the system far more invulnerable to hacker attacks and espionage software. “We use proprietary MOBOTIX software on these processors and retain full control over what the entire system does and is capable of,” Thomas Dieregsweiler explains. This approach is a core component of the MOBOTIX ‘Cactus Concept’, a company-wide overall strategy for cyber-secure products and solutions. Alongside numerous technical measures, such as the use of FPGAs, control over the entire value-adding chain is a key factor in implementing the MOBOTIX ‘Cactus Concept’. “We haven’t detected any hacker attacks on our security systems to date,” Thomas Dieregsweiler emphasises. Raising awareness about IT security issues MOBOTIX provides end-to-end solutions that offer significantly more protection than the industry standard In order to prevent security gaps from arising in the first place, the MOBOTIX Security Team regularly checks hardware and software, also in cooperation with internationally recognised penetration test houses. In addition, MOBOTIX offers trainings and webinars to train partners and customers on the topic of security and to raise their awareness for IT security issues. Thus, MOBOTIX provides end-to-end solutions that offer significantly more protection than the industry standard: A consistent security concept including encryption ‘Made in Germany’, which was successfully tested by SySS GmbH, the market leader in Germany in the field of penetration testing.
RealNetworks, Inc., global provider of digital media software and services, has announced SAFR for Security, a new solution that integrates SAFR, the world’s premier facial recognition platform for live video, with leading video management systems (VMS) to provide enhanced visibility and situational awareness for security professionals. Announced at ISC West in Las Vegas, SAFR for Security is immediately available for worldwide deployment. SAFR for Security Heads of security at hospitals, stadiums, corporate campuses, airports, and other enterprises must maintain high awareness over large areas via a growing number of security cameras. To know whether a familiar person, employee, VIP, perceived threat, concern, or stranger is onsite, security professionals must rely on their ability to focus on key details and then make accurate assessments. SAFR for Security makes it simple to maintain higher security in public and restricted areas in our facility" “It’s been a challenge to maintain awareness of who is present at Shelby American, whether those are specific individuals of concern or aggregate demographics of museum visitors,” said Richard Sparkman, Director of Technology, Fleet & Facilities at Shelby American car museum in Las Vegas. “SAFR for Security makes it simple to maintain higher security in public and restricted areas in our facility and helps us understand who is moving through our museum by age, gender, and time of day – allowing us to better tailor our museum experience." 24/7 video monitoring Available as a standalone solution or integrated with market-leading video management systems, SAFR for Security provides vigilant 24/7 monitoring to detect and match millions of faces in real time, delivering a 99.86 percent accuracy rate. In the April 2019 National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) test results, the SAFR algorithm tested as both the fastest and most compact amongst algorithms for wild images with less than 0.025 FNMR. When SAFR for Security is paired with a VMS, the integrated experience includes video overlays within the VMS to identify strangers, threats, concerns, unrecognised persons, VIPs, employees, or other tagged individuals in live video. Security teams can customise real-time alerts to automatically notify them when persons of interest appear on a video camera feed or make use of automated bookmarking to conduct forensic analysis. SAFR for Security attaches rich metadata to video footage so security professionals can search by time range, location, category, person type, and registered individual instead of sifting through hours of video to find a specific person. All data passed through SAFR is protected with AES 256 encryption in transit and at rest “Security professionals are inundated with hours of raw footage, much of which must be evaluated in real time by a limited number of human eyes,” said Dan Grimm, Vice President and General Manager of Computer Vision at RealNetworks. “SAFR for Security helps these professionals maintain higher awareness by combining our highly accurate AI-based facial recognition service with the software they currently use.” Facial recognition systems The underlying SAFR platform has been optimised to detect and recognise faces in live video based on its industry-leading excellence in accuracy and performance. The SAFR platform can be deployed on a single PC to monitor a handful of IP cameras or scaled to thousands of cameras in a distributed architecture hosted on-premises, in the cloud, or hybrid. All data passed through SAFR is protected with AES 256 encryption in transit and at rest. The platform also provides actionable data for live analytics of traffic volumes, demographic composition, dwell times, and data exports for further reporting. “We’re delighted to partner with RealNetworks to extend our intelligent IP video system with SAFR for Security’s highly accurate facial recognition,” said Thomas Lausten, CEO, MOBOTIX AG. “The combination of SAFR and our innovative camera technologies opens up a new set of applications and use cases for MOBOTIX customers around the world, especially in retail, healthcare and education.”
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