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Mobotix strengthens position as global market leader for digital megapixel cameras

Langmeil, Germany, December 07, 2009. Mobotix AG, a technology leader and system provider of digital high-resolution network-based video security systems, continued to strengthen its position as global market leader for digital megapixel cameras during the course of 2008, as appraised by the recent study “The World Market for CCTV & Video Surveillance Equipment – 2009 Edition” released by the market research provider IMS Research.

Alastair Hayfield, Research Manager, IMS Research commented: “Mobotix has continued to exhibit strong performance, despite the economic downturn. Globally, its share of the megapixel surveillance camera market is close to 40 percent. Mobotix continues to have a strong presence in Europe and captures share in the Americas.”

Entire network camera market is set to grow

Mobotix also increased its share of the total market for IP-based surveillance cameras in 2008 to nine percent, making it the world’s fourth largest supplier in this segment. Market share in EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) rose by 3.8 percent, giving Mobotix second place. In the United States, Mobotix is currently among the top ten suppliers of network cameras in terms of sales.

“In the ten years since the company was founded, Mobotix has worked hard to establish a leading market position,” commented Dr. Ralf Hinkel, founder and CEO of Mobotix AG. “We will continue to improve this excellent position by offering innovative products primarily in the area of hemispheric video technology. We further expect solid growth for the total market in the next few years.”

About Mobotix AG:
At the forefront of technology, Mobotix AG is a European provider of high-resolution digital, network-based video security systems. The stock-quoted company, since its founding in Germany in 1999, has emerged as the leading pioneer in network camera technology and its decentralized concept has made cost-efficient high-resolution network video systems possible in the first place. Embassies, airports, train stations, ports, gas stations, hotels, highways – hundreds of thousands of Mobotix video systems are in use worldwide today.
For further information visit:-
www.mobotix.com

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