IFSEC 2010 presents the new MOBOTIX T24 – IP video door station
T24 expands past traditional CCTV and into complete security and entry systems

At IFSEC 2010, MOBOTIX, Stand F35, Hall 4, the manufacturer of complete high-resolution IP video systems, will present the first UK demonstration of its new T24 IP video door station.

The new unit captures the entire entrance area without any blind spots, from wall to wall, floor to ceiling and uses integrated image correction software to deliver a high resolution video and audio feed to the remote viewing station. The image section can then be digitally tilted, panned or zoomed and is based on the international video telephony standard VoIP/SIP and H.264.

The modular design includes a MOBOTIX access module, which can also be used independently, serves as the professional access control via PIN code or by an RFID transponder. The module communicates directly with the security door opener via MxBus over simple ‘bell wire' to remove complex cabling requirements.

The new T24 has a number of innovate features including:

  • Integrated message function
  • Battery backup and anti-tamper
  • Decentralised MOBOTIX concept
  • Fast, simple installation
  • User-friendly operation
  • Customised options for T24

Mike Lewis, UK Country Manager for MOBOTIX would like to invite members of the press and analyst community to a briefing on the new T24 as well as overview of its technology, business strategy and channel as it expands past traditional CCTV and into complete security and entry systems.

Mike will be available from the 10th to the 13th of May at IFSEC 2010. For more information or to book a briefing, please contact Dawn Nicholls by email.

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