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Mobotix cams now compatible with Quintron PSIM platform

Mobotix cams now compatible with Quintron PSIM platform

Quintron Systems, the recognized supplier in interoperable enterprise-class systems for security command, control & communications, is pleased to announce that its UC3 and AccessNsite interoperable security management solution are both seamlessly integrated with the advanced Mobotix video surveillance, alarm, and communications product line.

As security, surveillance, and communication devices become smarter by moving power and performance to the edge of the network, the ability to integrate and leverage some of these capabilities is often under utilized by command and control systems. UC3 was created by Quintron to UNIFY command control and communications in situational awareness and response circumstances. A prime example of this effort is the ability for a UC3 command conference to support 2-way communications to any model of the advanced high-resolution Mobotix video camera product line that also contains a SIP voice channel.

From a multi-tech door entry Mobotix station, to an indoor or outdoor surveillance camera, or to a hemispherical 360 degree Mobotix camera mounted on the ceiling of a high security data-comm closet, UC3 now supports outgoing voice messages in response to a detected alarm or event at the door, a call in by a user at a door requesting access, or an emergency 2-way call between a person within the view of a surveillance camera during a developing situation in order to direct an immediate response.

Mobotix cameras provide a unique blend of high resolution video, in-camera storage and analytics, A to D sensor inputs, as well a bi-directional SIP interface for communications. The cameras have been configured to trigger an event via a change in one of the video motion detection windows. The camera has many event triggers, but the event configured is to call a specific UC3 voice circuit on the UC3 clients. The camera can also be configured to trigger on multiple events using the camera's passive infrared motion detector, and be triggered from remote input, audio detection, and a number of other methods. One or multiple actions can be taken based upon the event(s) to call multiple phone numbers and UC3 clients, if required.

Quintron selected the Mobotix camera for UC3 integration for these reasons and has successfully installed them in high secure government contractor facilities leveraging all of these features alongside of Quintron's powerful enterprise-class PACS AccessNsite that manages physical access and alarms across multiple sites of the same enterprise.

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