Mobotix is launching the new Lowlight Exposure Optimization (MxLEO) software and new hardware for its building automation/home automation offering. The MxLEO is part of the latest Mobotix firmware 4.1.9 that also includes support for Hemispheric 5 Megapixel technology sensor modules.
“MxLEO is the latest in Mobotix image enhancing technology,” says Dr Ralf Hinkel, founder and CEO of the company. “The main benefits for all Mobotix users are that our camera solutions now offer a dramatically enhanced sharpness of images, considerably less noise in these images, extremely user-friendly light settings in the cameras, optimized recording and alarm results using the added MxActivitySensor intelligence. All these benefits in low-light conditions are made possible through the new Mobotix 5 Megapixel technology.“
Mobotix is adamant that one of the most important criteria for a security camera is to offer high-quality images no matter what.
“Our users do not have the luxury of choosing when and how they want to use Mobotix camera solutions whether it is day, night, good/bad weather or whatever. Our technology is put to test everyday and in the worst conditions imaginable for a camera. The sun is shining directly at it - no problem the camera handles it through the built-in automatic exposure settings, unwanted movement in the images triggering alarms - no longer a problem as the MxActivitySensor in the camera reduces these alarms and now in extreme low light conditions - the MxLEO enhances the images to a completely new level,” continues Dr Hinkel.
The Lowlight Exposure Optimization software is included in the firmware release 4.1.9 and is as all MOBOTIX software and firmware free of charge. It can be downloaded on all 5 Megapixel MOBOTIX cameras and is included as standard from today.
Apart from the MxLEO does the 4.1.9 also include support for Mobotix new Hemispheric sensor modules for the newly released S15 and M15 camera platforms.
The firmware 4.1.9 enhances the Mobotix door station offering further as Mobotix launches the AudioMount for the S14/S15 camera platform. “We have customers around the world that want to build their own building automation/home automation solutions,“ says Dr Hinkel. "As a customer-focused company we have seen the possibilities and advantages of using our core strength in decentralized product technology to allow the S14/S15 product platform to be the main product for our partners to build their own door station offerings around. For instance mailboxes, different steel casings, etc. are solutions that Mobotix does not offer but we can help our customers through sharing our technology solutions with them. The AudioMount is extremely simple to install and integrate for the users.“ MOBOTIX also offers a new door opener, the MxDoorMaster for their users to integrate in their own solutions.
Mobotix also launches a new component for the T24 Door Station product platform, the BellRFID keypad. The BellRFID keypad offers the possibility of adding a simplified keypad for usage in the T24 Door Station product platform. “The BellRFID is modular doorbell concept that simplifies the usage for many users. We have also integrated the latest in RFID technology so that users can open their doors completely secure with an RFID card. Of course the BellRFID includes the standard in MOBOTIX Door Station technology including leaving and retrieving messages from the integrated mailbox and connection through the MOBOTIX App,” continues Dr Hinkel.
Mobotix also offers a unique service for their customers. “All Mobotix customers using the new BellRFID module can free of charge order their wanted and needed personalized name signs for the BellRFID module using optimized paper against UV radiation. We thought all our users were worth that,” says Dr Hinkel.