The award follows NBM achieving target growth and certifying its technical lead to MOBOTIX “Train the Trainer” programme MOBOTIX AG, a leading manufacturer of digital high-resolution, network-based video security systems has recognised NBM Distribution Limited, a specialist supplier of data network cabling architecture solutions and security products as its “Newcomer of the Year” following its first full year as the newest UK MOBOTIX distributor. The award presented at the recent partner event at the MOBOTIX headquarters in Langmeil, Germany follows NBM achieving target growth and certifying its technical lead to the MOBOTIX “Train the Trainer” programme allowing NBM to offer advanced training courses on MOBOTIX technologies to its active partners. Established in 1988, NBM Distribution services the growing demands of the networking market. Based from premises in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, NBM supplies products to an active community of data cabling installers, IT professionals and security specialists across the UK. “We are pleased to have been recognised by MOBOTIX for our hard work over the last year and consider our relationship a great part of our ‘single vendor strategy’ designed to offer our partners a complete stack of solutions across CCTV, access control, networking and power systems,” explains Danny Kindell, Managing Director for NBM Distribution. “MOBOTIX is the only CCTV vendor we work with and this gives us a great focus and desire to commit resources to helping add value to our relationship and build a professional sales and support distribution business in support of MOBOTIX and our channel partners.” NBM operates a 11,000 square foot warehouse that carries in-depth stock of structured cabling, switching, racking and security products from leading manufacturers including Brand-Rex, Hellermann Tyton, Prism Enclosures, Allied Telesis, Ackermann, Fujikura, Ideal, Unite Technologies, Psiber, Cablelay, Tecspur, Power Data Technologies and Rittal. “NBM has shown a real commitment to MOBOTIX and has grown beyond expectations,” said Dominic Chapman, UK & Ireland Country Manager for MOBOTIX UK, “It is for these reasons that we selected NBM for our annual ‘Newcomer of the Year” award and look forward to working closely with Danny and his team during 2015.”
SeSys will also demonstrate its MOBOTIX core based ATEX and IECEx certified cameras at Security Essen 2014 MOBOTIX AG, a leading manufacturer of digital high-resolution, network-based video security systems has announced that SeSys, an Advanced Partner has shipped its 500th ATEX / IECEx digital IP CCTV camera based on a modified MOBOTIX core within a unique design certified for use within inhospitable, hazardous or explosive areas. The SeSys ATEX and IECEx certified models offer high resolution images for live monitoring and can include integral storage to record any images for post processing or record keeping. Recording can be event driven based on motion, light, or an external trigger for example a temperature or water vapour sensor. Events can also generate alarms, sending images to alert users or alarm receiving centres of any activity. All units have been validated by Sira, the UK’s leading Notified Body for Ex Product Certification across both the ATEX and IECEx standards. The cameras are certified for ATEX zones 1, 2, 21 and 22 as well as IP66 rated and an optional IP67 rating. The SeSys models utilise core MOBOTIX features such as Power-over-Ethernet, no moving parts and decentralised connectivity which allows the cameras to be quickly installed and integrated into existing environments. The SeSys models utilisecore MOBOTIX featuressuch as Power-over-Ethernet,no moving parts anddecentralised connectivity “Our ATEX cameras have proven popular with defence equipment manufacturers and contractors due to their small size and extremely high levels of reliability,” explains Dan Eames, Technical Director for SeSys, “With no moving parts and a purely digital PTZ function, cameras do not need servicing once deployed – in fact some of our original units deployed in 2008 have run continually without requiring any maintenance which can be an expensive process requiring production lines to be suspended.” The cameras are used for both security and manufacturing control processes. For example, in one installation, ATEX cameras are used to display the lights and dials on a remotely operated piece of equipment in a high risk area. “In that installation, a particular set of lights turning on will generate an alert to staff in the control room,” says Eames. According to Eames, at half the cost and a third of the size of legacy analogue ATEX certified units, SeSys has experienced strong demand for its cameras and will be demonstrating the units at the upcoming Security Essen 2014 event. Dominic Chapman, UK country manager for MOBOTIX, added, “We actively encourage our partners to build on our technology and develop new use cases and we applaud the technical evolution that SeSys has shown in establishing itself as an innovator in this exciting sector of the market.”
icomply will fully integrated MOBOTIX technology into the V-TAS Pro software platform MOBOTIX AG, a leading manufacturer of digital high-resolution, network-based video security systems has released details of its partnership with icomply, the developer of V-TAS Pro, a Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) integration platform offering solutions for Critical National Infrastructure (CNI), Government, Retail and Transportation applications. V-TAS Pro provides a centralised security platform which enables a wide range of security applications, such as Intruder Detection, Building Management and Fire Systems to connect concurrently on a common interface. Under the technology partnership, icomply have committed to fully integrating MOBOTIX technology into the V-TAS Pro software platform to enable seamless control of the entire MOBOTIX range. “This is a valuable technology partnership for our channel partners and customers,” explains Dominic Chapman, UK Country Manager for MOBOTIX, “Through our partnership with icomply, we can build completely seamless security architectures that can benefit fully from the unique features offered by MOBOTIX technology in a multi-vendor environment through adherence with a common control platform.” icomply provide a comprehensive range of software driven modules to create a seamless control room environment. Software modules such as Lone Worker, Guard Tour and Alarm Receiving work in addition to the everyday functions of a busy Control Room to provide a complete security package. “We welcome the addition of MOBOTIX integration into V-TAS Pro and look forward to an ongoing technical and business relationship,” said Michael Gallagher, Business Development Director, icomply. “MOBOTIX is a highly regarded innovator and its products complement the open platform integration that we actively promote at icomply.”
The relocation will provide the UK operation with more demonstration, meeting and parking space Mobotix AG, a leading manufacturer of digital high-resolution, network-based video security systems will move its UK headquarters to new offices in Stockley Park, near Heathrow. The relocation will provide the UK operation with more demonstration, meeting and parking space and will also be available to partners for customer engagement and training sessions. "Although our Gherkin office has proven popular, some of the feedback from partners suggested that a larger space, a more nationally accessible office with easier parking would be appreciated,” explains Dominic Chapman, UK Country manager for MOBOTIX, “Our move to Stockley Park benefits from good national and international transport links and we now have enough space to accommodate two separate groups on site simultaneously with access to a dedicated meeting room and full audio/video presentation capability.” Stockley Park is ideally situated just 15 miles west of London and two miles north of Heathrow Airport. The Park enjoys some of the best communication links in the south east, located adjacent to the M4, only two miles from the M25, with good rail connections to central London and the Thames Valley.
3 reasons to migrate to a new access control systemDownload
Schooling the market on education securityDownload
Lawrence, Massachusetts deploys FLIR video system for safetyDownload