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Located centrally in Canada in Winnipeg, Manitoba; we seek clients that appreciate high quality products that deliver long lasting value. Whether it is a single security camera or a complete commercial security camera systems, installing a “Smart” surveillance system provides high definition video, analytics, activity sensor, and a system that is installed and “just works”. We can show you the difference between “Active Video Protection” and “Passive Video”.
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Monitor school buses to help ensure passenger and driver safety. A simple to install, easy to use system that provides up to D1 quality images.
The perfect solution. We offer unbeatable low total cost on all components needed to run an efficient gas station video surveillance system.
INDUSTRIES & CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES
Public & private sectors are now using the advanced video surveillance to increase security in their facility and ensure safety of staff.
Our flagship product, the German engineered and manufactured MOBOTIX Security Vision system has proven to be extremely dependable, loaded with features, the most energy efficient and provides unsurpassed value.
Hi definition, true 360° allows one camera to be used in place of 4. Extremely low light cameras can see well in very low light conditions.
MOBOTIX provides MxActivitySensor; senses direction, substantially reduces false alarms, can send a message to you so you can check the situation on your smart phone, even count customers.
GREEN SECURITY SYSTEM
Power energy cost, overall Mobotix will use 1/3 or less of the energy vs. any IP or CCTV system. Average is less than 4W per camera.
Decentralized storage eliminates the need for a DVR/NVR and assorted other components. Very low bandwidth used for viewing.
“The Bitterness Of Poor Quality Remains Long After The Sweetness Of Low Price Is Forgotten.”