GPRS / GSM CCTVs
Using our innovative GPRS CCTV camera, we can transmit images from any location with GPRS and GSM cellular coverage. The camera will transmit using any data enabled mobile phone sim card (either PAYG or contract.) The camera will automatically look for the network’s GSM connection as this is the fastest transmission method. If this is un available, the camera will then try to connect via GPRS, which is slightly slower, but has a wider coverage than GSM
An image from one of our GPRS and GSM CCTV Cameras clearly showing someone tresspassing on the roofed area
True Rapid Deployment CCTV
When triggered, our camera can send still images from the secured area to almost any destination. This can be sent via MMS to your mobile phone, to your email account, or FTP’ed directly to a server or desktop PC using our monitoring software.
GPS Tracking Option
We can also include within the unit a GPS antenna that will allow the unit to track its location and speed. The Camera when triggered will then text or email its GPS co-ordinates and its speed of travel. In our research we believe this option to be extremely valuable to hauliers to secure curtain sided heavy goods vehicles from potential entry by illegal immigrants. In this situation the camera will trigger when the intruder enters the vehicle, then transmits images of this along with the vehicles position to the drivers mobile phone and to the hauliers head office. This is accompanied with the co-ordinates of the vehicles position which is invaluable if assistance is required.
The camera can be programmed to activate and transmit images upon any of the following circumstances:
triggering of its onboard input (this could be using a PIR detector, a flood/water sensor, a vibration detector, a data logger or many other different trigger devices)
Upon receipt of a voice call to the cameras sim card (this is a non chargeable call and the camera disconnects from the call before it is answered)(this facility can be from any number or from up to three authorised phone numbers
upon command via text message or email
Within timings programmed within the camera (e.g. within the hours of 9 am and 5 pm, every 15 minutes. This feature can be used to log “time lapse” style photographs, for example of a building being constructed, or the water levels rising or receding upon a flood plain.)