Several integration partners received awards at the MOBOTIX National Partner Conference, held in Fort Lauderdale, Fla
The latest technologies featured included MxAnalytics such as heat mapping and people counting

The MOBOTIX East Coast National Partner Conference gave integration partners an advance look at new technologies to be announced this spring by the industry-leading provider of high-resolution, network-based security solutions. A strong mix of new and existing partners, and end users were among the attendees who previewed the MOBOTIX Mobile App as well as other highly anticipated new technologies.

The latest technologies featured at the National Partner Conference also included MxAnalytics such as heat mapping and people counting, which are ideal for retail applications. New open forum discussions encouraged vibrant conversation among integration partners, emphasising the role of MOBOTIX as a platform company and highlighting how systems can be customised for each environment and customer.  

Several integration partners received awards at the MOBOTIX National Partner Conference, held in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in January. MSECorporate Security Inc., Branchburg, N.J., won the Newcomer of the Year Award, while Digital Surveillance Solutions Inc., Buffalo, N.Y., was named Partner of the Year. The Growth Strategy Award was presented to RCS Security Inc., Inwood, W.V.  

Honored as the Project of the Year was the Bergen County, N.J., Jail application, installed by IMSYS Corp., Nashua, N.H. “MOBOTIX's high resolution and decentralised approach to IP video made their products the perfect fit to provide better overall surveillance of county facilities,” said Heath Gaffney, CEO, IMSYS. “We appreciate this recognition and are proud to partner with MOBOTIX to provide a solution that competes effectively and excels in a wide range of installations.”  

The National Partner Conference is an opportunity to inform integrators of new initiatives and technologies at MOBOTIX, while helping partners develop new business strategies to drive growth. The event also provides important feedback for MOBOTIX, which gains insight into what VARsneed to succeed and to drive additional demand in the market.  

“Our National Partner Conference is an opportunity to reconnect with the great community of integrators who are the backbone of MOBOTIX's success,” said Steve Gorski, General Manager, MOBOTIX. “We are especially pleased to recognise these top performers while acknowledging the hard work of each and every integrator partner to translate the benefits ofMOBOTIX technology into real-world applications and satisfied customers.”  

The MOBOTIX West Coast National Partner Conference will be held later in 2013, with dates and locations to be announced.

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