NetBotz tackles physical security

Mobilities, will be making the case for end-to-end security solutions for enterprises. As such, it will be displaying products ranging from NetScreen firewalls and VPN connectivity from F5 to physical security solutions from NetBotz.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  September 29, 2003

Mobilities, will be making the case for end-to-end security solutions for enterprises. As such, it will be displaying products ranging from NetScreen firewalls and VPN connectivity from F5 to physical security solutions from NetBotz.

According to both parties, physical security is gaining increasing importance and, as such, Mobilities is planning to use Gitex as a springboard to highlight the benefits of NetBotz.

The NetBotz solution is designed to help counter all manner of threats to IT systems, for example, temperature changes, water leaks, humidity and also basic human security. The product, which comes in three pieces, is capable of sending out alerts to IT administrators notifying them of any changes and helping to troubleshoot any problems quickly and effectively.

"NetBotz specialises in physical security and its equipment provides different aspects of physical security including monitoring of images, voices, certain motions and sensors for things like temperature," says Hasan Qutbi, senior engineer, NetBotz Middle East & Africa.

"The device comes in three pieces - there is the main device and docked to it is a sensor and a camera. These three devices can be separated, but the whole device is an IP based device, so you can connect to it through the local area network (LAN) or the internet, you just have to assign an IP address to it," explains Alireza Bozorgmir, pre-sales engineer, Mobilities.

Bozorgmir also highlights the ease of deployment and use of the NetBotz family, which, he says, can be installed and configured in just 15 minutes. More importantly though he says the products can lead to significant cost savings and intangible benefits for companies.

Additionally, administrators can receive e-mails featuring video and audio clips to updates on the activities in their IT room or monitored area. Furthermore, the video software incorporates motion technology, which pinpoints any activity in the camera's shot.

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