Milestone Systems, the world’s renowned provider of open platform video management software (VMS), has announced the release of Device Pack 10.1a, which supports all optical and thermal MOBOTIX Mx6 cameras, as well as the entire MOBOTIX MOVE camera range. Milestone Device Pack 10.1a Milestone Device Pack 10.1a also integrates MxActivitySensor, a software-based professional analysis tool Milestone Systems’ Device Pack 10.1a product also integrates MxActivitySensor, a software-based professional analysis tool for detecting the movement of people and objects, as well as the temperature events of thermographic cameras. The MOBOTIX MOVE range includes the first MOBOTIX cameras on the market that support the ONVIF profiles S and G, as well as video streaming with a resolution of 3 MP and 4 MP at up to 30 frames per second. Integration with MOBOTIX MOVE cameras Thanks to the integration of these cameras into the latest Milestone Device Pack 10.1a, MOBOTIX were able to take an important step towards globally marketing this complementary product range. The MOBOTIX MOVE range spans four different model versions, including a bullet camera, a fixed dome camera and two speed dome cameras. These are all powered via Power over Ethernet (PoE) and feature IP66/IK10 protection. Cyber-secure cameras “In light of the globally increasing demand for our premium, cyber-secure cameras made in Germany, we are very pleased that the entire MOBOTIX camera range has now been integrated into the Milestone VMS,” said Philipp Helmes, MOBOTIX Product Manager for Integration Solutions. “We are certain that the MOBOTIX ONVIF-compliant products will quickly attract a great deal of interest on the market, and, through our support, also enable quick market penetration of the MOBOTIX MOVE product range,” emphasized Vice President for Products at Milestone Systems, Jesper Just Jensen.
Milestone Systems, globally-renowned open platform company in networked VMS, released its Device Pack 10.0a in October this year and now supports the MOBOTIX MOVE camera series. MOBOTIX MOVE is an independent product line providing customers everything from a single source. “MOVE” stands for the use of mechanically moving parts in the cameras, meaning that MOBOTIX have parted with their previous product policy of only offering decentralised video systems on the market. The MOBOTIX MOVE product line is the first motorised devices and first ONVIF-based camera line from MOBOTIX. “We’re glad to be supporting the first ONVIF compliant products introduced by MOBOTIX as we believe this will enable us a faster release to market going forward,” said VP (Products), Jesper Just Jensen, Milestone Systems. Device Pack 10.0a With the Device Pack 10.0a, Milestone Systems also supports new firmware for MOBOTIX’ Mx6 camera series With the Device Pack 10.0a, Milestone Systems also supports new firmware for MOBOTIX’ Mx6 camera series. Mx6 cameras use a powerful CPU that delivers up to 34 frames per second in full HD. This allows for even better capture of quick movements. The camera line has more capacity for software applications such as 3D motion analysis and license plate capture in the camera. "Thanks to our market opening strategy, Milestone Systems is today one of the largest technology partners of MOBOTIX AG. Due to the growing global demand for our cyber-secure premium cameras, we are very pleased to announce the release of the Device Pack 10.0a, which now enables the integration of the entire MOBOTIX camera world into the Milestone VMS: our Mx6 IoT series as well as the latest MOVE cameras,” says Philipp Helmes, MOBOTIX Product Manager for Integration Solutions. IP-based physical security solutions Milestone Systems now supports more than 7,000 devices, and 40% of Milestone Systems’ drivers are now integrated through ONVIF, an open industry forum that provides and promotes standardised inter-faces for effective interoperability of IP-based physical security products.
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