Latin America. Milestone Systems recently launched its 10.0a Device Pack, which supports MOBOTIX's MOVE camera series.

MOBOTIX MOVE is an independent line of products that offers customers everything from a single source. The word "MOVE" refers to the use of mobile mechanical parts in cameras, which means that MOBOTIX has shied away from its previous product policy, which was to only offer decentralized video systems to the market. The products of the MOBOTIX MOVE line are the first motorized devices and constitute the first line of Mobotix cameras that comply with the ONVIF standard.

"We are very pleased to support the first products compatible with ONVIF launched by MOBOTIX, we believe this will allow us a faster penetration of the market in the future," said Milestone Systems vice president of products, Jesper Just Jensen.

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The Milestone Systems 10.0a Device Pack also supports the new firmware of the Mx6 camera series from MOBOTIX. Mx6 cameras use a powerful CPU that processes up to 34 frames per second in full high definition (full HD). This allows an even better capture of fast movements. The camera line has more capacity for software applications, such as motion analysis in 3D and the capture of license plates in the camera.

"Thanks to our market expansion strategy, Milestone Systems is today one of the largest technology partners of MOBOTIX AG, as a result of the increase in global demand for our excellent cameras with robust computer security and unsurpassed quality (Made in Germany), we are pleased to announce that the new 10.0a Device Pack now allows the integration of the entire universe of MOBOTIX cameras into the Milestone VMS: our Mx6 IoT series, as well as the latest MOVE cameras, "announced Philipp Helmes, product manager of MOBOTIX integration solutions.

Following this release, Milestone Systems is compatible with more than 7.000 devices and the 40% of its controllers are now integrated through ONVIF, an open industry forum that provides and promotes standardized interfaces for the effective interoperability of physical security products with IP technology.

Santiago Jaramillo
Author: Santiago Jaramillo
Editor
Social communicator and journalist with more than 15 years of experience in specialized digital and print media for Latin America. Currently Editor of the Security Sales, Building Management and Academic Coordinator of the TecnoEdificios Congress.

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