AVAD Adds MOBOTIX IP Surveillance Systems to Distribution Line
AVAD will deliver the complete line of MOBOTIX IP technologies to the security and home automation markets.
AVAD has reached a distribution deal with MOBOTIX Corp., a provider of high-resolution, network-based surveillance systems. Under the North American agreement, AVAD will deliver the complete line of MOBOTIX IP technologies to the security and home automation markets.
AVAD will market, sell and support the MOBOTIX suite of networked security devices, including the Q24 Hemispheric Camera, the S14 Double Hemispheric Camera and the D14 DualDome Camera. AVAD will also help drive new business opportunities within the home automation market as an authorized distributor of the MOBOTIX T24 IP Video Door Station.
“The home automation and security markets are merging together as users and technology providers find new ways to combine technologies for increased efficiency,” says Cynthia Menna, senior manager of commercial sales for AVAD. “MOBOTIX has an outstanding reputation as one of the premier providers of integrated IP-based security solutions and its products will provide our dealers with profitable solutions designed to easily integrate with various systems and devices.”
MOBOTIX will now have access to AVAD’s network of 15,000-plus integrators and 24 North American branches.
“Our advanced security products, together with AVAD’s security, home automation and IT expertise, will fuel new opportunities for resellers and integrators across North America,” says Steve Gorski, general manager, Americas, MOBOTIX Corp. “By aligning with AVAD, we are able tap into their extensive market reach while building upon our goal to ensure that customers can benefit from our cost effective and industry-leading IP-based innovations.”
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