Mobotix sets itself apart in camera market

Company execs discuss growth strategy, industry trends at conference


"If (the end-user) can’t identify whether (the person in the video) is a man or a woman or whether they are white or black, I would argue you don’t have a security system. The higher resolution and functionality they’re just not getting from analog is helping to drive it," he said.

Ekerot believes that Mobotix is well-positioned for the future with its decentralized concept and thinks that more surveillance companies are going to start looking at how they can push additional functionality to the edge and develop their own software to improve their margins. "We have done this from the beginning. That’s our market. That’s where we live and breathe every day," he said.