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Genetec integrates with Mobotix IP cameras

Genetec and Mobobtix announced a technology relationship in which both companies will work together in research and development, testing, business development, and sales support for new and existing enterprise clients.

September 28, 2016  By  SP&T Staff

Genetec Security Center unifies video management (VMS), access control, automatic number plate recognition (ANPR), and communications management into a single intuitive platform. This technology partnership will offer single and multi-site management for Mobotix edge devices, leading to greater efficiency for a higher level of security, the companies say.

“We are happy to enter this technology partnership with Genetec, as we recognize a natural synergy with the highly scalable unified security platform that Security Center represents, and the catalog of IP cameras and compression technology that Mobotix offers,” said Tristan Haage, chief sales officer, Mobotix. “With two recent 500+ camera customer deployments in Europe and the Middle East, both companies are already realizing the advantages of a highly-integrated hardware and software solution for enterprise deployments, for which Genetec is very well known for in the industry,” added Haage.

Genetec and MOBOTIX have a footprint in more than 70 countries, and through this partnership, will be able to offer customers—from small-to-medium size businesses (SMB) to enterprise multi-site deployments—a flexible, world-class, end-to-end IP video security solution.

“As Genetec grows its presence in Germany, we realized the many symbiotic advantages we share with Mobotix,” said Francis Lachance, director of product management at Genetec. “With Mobotix joining the Genetec ecosystem of technology partners, we will be able to offer the many differentiating features and capabilities Mobotix brings to the table, fully integrated with Security Center. It is a win-win relationship,” added Lachance.


Mobotix is a software company with its own IP camera products, all made in Germany. The company’s solutions include both optical and thermal imaging sensors.

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