Motobix D12 cameras monitor Rock n Roll Hall of Fame
The Rock n Roll Hall of Fame Annex in New York City poses an especially difficult surveillance scenario. Dark ceilings, flashing lights and frequent layout changes make the museum nearly impossible to monitor with CCTV technology and a significant challenge even for network cameras.
With valuable artifacts from music greats like The Rolling Stones and Billy Joel on display, only the utmost security would suffice. The Hall of Fame installed several Motobix D12 cameras for flexible, high-performance surveillance. Each D12 dome features two lenses and two CMOS sensors for extremely wide coverage up to that of six security cameras.
The camera's high quality video will help secure the premises and its priceless memorabilia. With the versatility of Power over Ethernet, day/night functionality and 180-degree field of view, Motobix's D12 is ideal for the application.
Read more about the Motobix D12.