Archive for May, 2010

Forth Road Bridge Traffic Management Webcam

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

Forth Road Bridge Traffic Management Camera

Over one year ago we installed the webcam at the south side of the Forth Road Bridge,  the purpose was for people to login and view how busy the traffic was at certain times of the day and night, this is backed up with a text messaging service. Great project to be part of along with Camvista. The camera used was a Pelco Esprit PTZ, wired back to a video server and streaming unit.

See it live at Camvista CLICK HERE


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Fife Rental Megapixel Mobotix Webcam

Friday, May 14th, 2010

Remote alert camera management system

Another construction company is benefiting from our remote management system Remote Alert, this system is being rented over the next 4 months at a very low rate. We are using a 3G fixed IP router with a Mobotix Megapixel Dual lens IP Camera

The Remote Alert Camera Management system has been rebranded to fit with our colours, logo and links. We have been offering this to our clients of over 2 years now and I think you will agree it looks good.

Contact if you would like more information on our rental 3G Megapixel Webcam with our online camera management system.

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Monitored CCTV Video Blending forget Political Coalition

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

CCTV Video Blending

Just finished an install which involved using our CCTV Cabin (PORTACAM) and the new wireless battery operated cameras (MEERCAMS), these cameras allow us to put the temporary monitored CCTV system in places which would usually be unreachable on a normal construction site due to the constraints of  positioning and distance.

We have placed the cameras around the build and inside where the valuable materials are stored ,  both the Portacam and meercam are monitored by the monitoring station and linked to the same software, this allows the monitoring station operator to control the PTZ camera on the Portacam to where the activation has occurred. This is known as CCTV Video Blending using video verification sensors and a top end Pelco PTZ.