The wholesaler MCR has signed an agreement with Lilin to distribute in Spain its line of IP cameras, Nvr, software and artificial intelligence. Solutions that respond to the needs of perimeter security in all types of environments and facilities.
Lilin has a wide range of IP cameras, video recorders (Nvr), software and artificial intelligence, covering perimeter security in all types of environments and facilities. Its specialization in the field of Artificial Intelligence allows it to provide functionalities such as active intrusion detection, facial, temperature, as well as model recognition, vehicle registration or infringement.
"This collaboration with MCR helps us develop the distribution channel, given that the sector is evolving to increasingly technological environments with the use of Artificial Intelligence", highlights Oscar Mallaina, Lilin Country Manager for Spain and Portugal.
The agreement allows MCR PRO to complete its offer of IP video surveillance solutions, one of the most demanded segments within the wholesaler's portfolio.
"The IP video surveillance market is in an excellent moment and represents an extraordinary business opportunity for the distribution channel", enrique hernández has highlighted, director of MCR PRO.
Lilin stands out as a supplier for the versatility of its offer, that it is possible to adapt to each specific environment including extensive utilities for the residential market, large facilities, Smart Cities, public sector, banking, industrial, Hotels, car parks or university campuses.
Its portfolio includes a wide range of high-quality IP cameras for applications in multiple industrial areas, such as the H.264 and H.265 IP series, with high image resolution and enhanced video features such as advanced motion detection in custom areas, facial recognition, alarm detection, Etc.
Also, Lilin's offer also includes network video recorders (Nvr) and advanced video surveillance management solutions such as Navigator Software 3.0 o NAV Control Server.
"It's, in general, a new offer aimed at achieving greater coverage and control of IP video surveillance systems, automating a large part of the services and allowing great flexibility and storage capacity of recordings", explains Enrique Hernández.
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