MOBOTIX partner SeSys Ltd exhibits at Counter Terror Expo in London

MOBOTIX partner SeSys Ltd, a specialist in network vision solutions, has successfully exhibited at the recent Counter Terror Expo in London with a £7,500 MOBOTIX display stand it won during a recent partner promotion. The "MOBOTIX Live Demo Station Promotion” ran from January 2012 through to March, awarded the partner that met individual quarterly sales targets with a MOBOTIX presentation stand.

The high tech unit offers the perfect focal point for live presentations for MOBOTIX solutions at trade shows and exhibitions and automatically runs product demos with connected live camera images and pre-installed demonstration clips. The 2.5m stand includes 5 installed and connected MOBOTIX cameras and a T24 IP Video Door Station with operating modules and intercom.

SeSys chose the recent Counter Terror Expo at London Olympia last April to demonstrate a range of innovative solutions using MOBOTIX technology. The event hosts over 100 internationally recognised speakers in the field of counter terrorism together with over 400 leading industry technologists to debate the issues faced, define the operational strategies, and help to shape future counter terrorism policy.

“These promotions are aimed at recognising and helping partners that invest time and expertise in promoting and selling MOBOTIX technology,” explains Mike Lewis, MOBOTIX Business Development Director for UK & Ireland “This is our way of acknowledging SeSys for its contribution.”

SeSys already provides solutions using MOBTIX technology to a number of critical national infrastructure providers and its innovative Torch camera has also been deployed in counter terror situations across the globe.

“These promotions are aimed at recognising and helping partners that invest time and expertise in promoting and selling MOBOTIX technology,” explains Mike Lewis

“The demo station is a great way of presenting our professionalism to potential buyers and we will be using it extensively at upcoming events to help promote MOBOTIX technologies,” added Dan Eames, Technical Director for SeSys.

The multi-award winning Torch Camera is a rapid deployment solution that comprises of a 3 mega pixel IP camera, 3G router and battery which streams images within a few minutes. The Torch camera can be mounted on a pole, building or vehicle and provides images of an area through the internet. Using the SeSys Connect cloud based service the Torch camera is accessible remotely to designated users through their smartphone, PC or other internet device.

Lightweight, weatherproof and intelligent the Torch Camera is suited to many applications and doesn't require constant monitoring. Integrated email alarms can alert users to a problem and enable them to monitor the situation whilst a decision is made how to deal with it. Built-in storage keeps a record of events that can be downloaded after the event over the internet or locally with an optional WiFi connection.

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