Press Releases

May 08, 2012

inMotion Announces the First Self-Contained, IR-Assisted Camera to Incorporate Pixim Nightwolf Imaging Solution and Motorized, Remote Lens Control


Based on Pixim Nightwolf, inMotion’s new IR-assisted camera series eliminates IR hot spots under nighttime conditions while still providing high-quality daytime color images.


MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – May 08, 2012 - Pixim Inc., a leading provider of imaging technology for enterprise security cameras, announced today that inMotion Ltd is introducing a new, Pixim Nightwolf-powered camera series. The inMotion in71 bullet and in21 box CCTV cameras, based on Nightwolf eliminate hot spots common to IR cameras. Using innovative digital imaging technology, inMotion’s Nightwolf-powered cameras are able to capture both foreground and background details even in cases where very strong IR lighting is deployed.


May 14th, 2012

Birmingham/UK –May/14/2012
inMotion & Kiwi Semiconductor release.

inMotion to place its support behind iCCTV™
High-end cctv equipment manufacturer inMotion Inc. announces its new line-up of new iCCTV™ enabled cameras and DVR’s.  iCCTV™ is quickly becoming a de-facto standard for Closed Circuit Television systems (CCTV) consisting of technology developed by New Zealand Kiwi Semiconductor Ltd.  The technology enables DVR’s such as those offered by inMotion to remotely control camera/lens parameters such as motorized focus/zoom and on-screen display (OSD) using only coax cabling, without the requirement for RS-485 wiring.



AxxonSoft and inMotion announce Joint Development Agreement

– AxxonSoft GmbH and inMotion International Ltd. have announced today a worldwide joint development and distribution agreement to deliver the next-generation security solution to the security industry. AxxonSoft is one of the world’s leading software developers for video surveillance and inMotion is a global supplier of end-to-end security solutions servicing customers throughout the world with market orientated innovations.


September 19th, 2011

inMotion Announces Production Availability of World’s Smallest True Day Night Box

Cameras Powered by Pixim’s Seawolf Chip

inMotion Ltd will be displaying the in22 and in23, the smallest Seawolf-powered True Day Night cameras, at ASIS 2011.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – September 19, 2011 - Pixim Inc., a leading provider of imaging chips for enterprise security cameras, announced that inMotion Ltd has entered production on two record-breaking cameras based on Pixim’s new Seawolf chip. The in22 and in23 are the world’s smallest true day night (TDN) Seawolf-powered box cameras. The in22 is single voltage while the in23 is a dual voltage camera with 12VDC and 24VAC.They will be on display during the 2011 ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits held September 19-21 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.



Inmotion releases new security cameras with Pixim Seawolf

Mountain View, Ca (USA) April 29th, 2011 - Inmotion Ltd has entered mass production on eight security camera models and two public view monitors (PVMs) based on Pixim's new Seawolf chip. The Inmotion security cameras come in various form factors—box, ATM, bullet, and dome configurations—including the in10, the world's smallest Seawolf-powered box camera, and the in40, the world's smallest Seawolf vandal dome.


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