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17th April 2019 Issue no. 453
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MxAnalytics - now available In all MOBOTIX single lens models
Free of Charge Software Update for integrated Object Counting and Heat Map Analysis:
The new MOBOTIX Analytics is now available for all single lens cameras. It allows counting of people moving through corridors in di?erent directions and additionally can generate heat maps to indicate the area of highest activities of movements. This statistical data can be automatically sent by the camera itself via daily or weekly email and is an excellent tool to measure the behavior of people, for example in a retail shop.
This software (MX-V22.214.171.124) is free of charge and available for all single lens models, especially for the price attractive indoor camera models (i25, c25, p25). For the total system cost of 398 Euro the user gets a complete hemispheric 5MP camera system, including analysis software, the recording software to manage terabytes of NAS storage and all other MOBOTIX camera features like activity sensor and automatic event messaging and recording.
This software version is free and can be downloaded to upgrade all existing single lens models without any fee under the following link:
MOBOTIX is also providing tips how to achieve optimal results with MxAnalytics. This can be found in the document "Compact Guide: MxAnalytics" on the MOBOTIX website under Support/Mx-Media-Library/Compact Guides.
All MOBOTIX cameras are based on the decentralized concept. All recordings are stored on an internal micro SD card, or externally on a USB device or via the IP network on NAS hard drives. MOBOTIX camera networks support up to 10 times more cameras per server when compared to the central VMS-based recording used by competitors. Also, no additional computers or software are required for recording.
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