Download PDF version Contact company

MOBOTIX and Konica Minolta entered into a technology development agreement pursuant to which MOBOTIX's hardware and software technologies will be further developed with a view to creating innovative solutions for applications in areas such as smart cities, healthcare, process optimisation and other sectors. Under the agreement Konica Minolta will allocate an initial amount of 1.5 million EURO in MOBOTIX's technology development.

Wider geographic reach 

The development agreement is a further step in the partnership between Konica Minolta and MOBOTIX. In the context of a distribution partnership, Konica Minolta has already deployed MOBOTIX cameras at various sites in Japan, China and France such as production facilities, distribution centres and vehicles for security and surveillance, production process monitoring and other applications.

Konica Minolta has also assigned significant sales staff to focus on promoting the use of MOBOTIX technology through end-customers and channel partners.

MOBOTIX is a technology innovator and trusted partner for thousands of organisations around the world"

Wider geographic reach

MOBOTIX is a technology innovator and trusted partner for thousands of organisations around the world,” says Yoshiki Fukai, General Manager, Konica Minolta, Inc. “As a first phase of this goal, we are deploying MOBOTIX technology across our global sites and are working with many of our flagship customers to create innovative new solutions that help solve major challenges in areas including smart cities, healthcare, process optimisation and many other sectors.

Our partnership with MOBOTIX creates a relationship that allows us to integrate MOBOTIX expertise in digital video with the greater Konica Minolta ecosystem for our international clients and partners. This investment is part of an ongoing commitment towards closer collaboration and further investments will be made when necessary to accelerate the growth of MOBOTIX across a wider geographic reach and within new markets.”

Konica Minolta is a visionary company that offers a natural fit for our aim to go beyond human vision"

Intelligent cyber secure video systems

Konica Minolta is a visionary company that offers a natural fit for our aim to go beyond human vision and deliver innovation within intelligent cyber secure video systems,” says Thomas Lausten , Chief Executive Officer of MOBOTIX. “Our ongoing partnership which spans across research and development in order to support innovative new projects has been strengthened by the success of these recent projects and we look forward to working closely with the extended Konica Minolta organisation.” 

Konica Minolta became a strategic investor in MOBOTIX in 2016 with the stated aim of helping MOBOTIX to improve its camera technology through innovations such as new high-resolution imaging sensors and high-grade lenses.

Download PDF version Download PDF version

MOBOTIX AG news

MOBOTIX attains ‘CNPP certified’ product certification; commits to resist electronic cyber-attacks

MOBOTIX is the first manufacturer in Europe to receive the “CNPP certified” product certification, offering a commitment to resist IT and electronic cyber-attacks. “This recognition is proof of quality, performance, and also of the trust of our customers at a time when digital security is becoming a key issue for all stakeholders,” says Patrice Ferrant, Regional Sales Manager, France. MOBOTIX announced its intention to focus more on cyber-security over one and a half yea...

MOBOTIX launches 18 new products for intelligent video technology at once

With its major global Innovation Splash in November, MOBOTIX AG is placing 18 new hardware and software solutions on the market at once. New products  The first hemispherical camera that combines infrared and LED white light in a single system is a major highlight. In addition, there is a new convenient dome camera, hemispherical modules, and Thermal CIF modules specially designed for perimeter protection for the MOBOTIX7 cameras with up to 105° wide angle of view (FoV). A fiber optic...

MOBOTIX 7 video platform and Mx6 series security cameras get certification from SySS GmbH for advanced cyber security

The manufacturer-independent IT solutions firm, SySS GmbH has tested and certified the security of the MOBOTIX 7 intelligent video platform and MOBOTIX Mx6 security cameras. As a result, the renowned institute for penetration tests in Germany has confirmed the best possible cyber security of MOBOTIX products and solutions. SySS GmbH testing certified During the tests, hardware and software components are subjected to simulated hacker attacks in several scenarios. These correspond to the curren...

MOBOTIX AG case studies

MOBOTIX thermal imaging cameras and OpenView fire detection system installed at Your Homes Newcastle

Your Homes Newcastle (YHN) manages more than 26,000 properties on behalf of Newcastle City Council. They are piloting an innovative fire detection system in partnership with OpenView Security Solutions, the UK’s largest privately-owned independent security company and a national supplier of fire, electrical and mechanical services to the public and private housing sector. MOBOTIX thermal imaging cameras have been installed in 3 multi-storey blocks across the city to continually monitor te...

MOBOTIX teams up with Hekatron Brandschutz to secure Kuhn Rikon’s facility against fire

Things get hot when pots and pans are polished in the production process at Kuhn Rikon, the number one Swiss brand for crockery and kitchen aids. Dust explosions can easily occur if the temperature rises above a certain threshold, which in the worst-case scenario can lead to significant fire damage and production outages. Initiated by ITES GmbH, MOBOTIX and Hekatron Brandschutz teamed up in a joint project to deliver 360° protection against this risk for Kuhn Rikon. MOBOTIX thermal imaging...

ALMO installs Mobotix thermal imaging cameras at Newcastle tower blocks for faster fire detection

Your Homes Newcastle (YHN), which manages more than 26,000 properties on behalf of Newcastle City Council, is taking an innovative approach to fire safety with a pilot project utilising thermal imaging cameras in tower blocks. The ALMO has installed the thermal imaging cameras in three of its 45 multi-storey blocks across the city in a trial partnership with OpenView Security Solutions, with the project attracting praise from Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service. Mobotix M16 thermal cameras...