EarthCam Introduces New ITS Enterprise System
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York, May 7, 2006 -- EarthCam (www.earthcam.net), the leader in providing webcam software, technology and managed services, is pleased to announce the introduction of its new ITS Enterprise System. Developed for Departments of Transportation, the EarthCam ITS Enterprise System is a plug-and-play server appliance that provides a complete solution for the deployment, configuration and management of up to 100 network cameras with secure encrypted streaming video.
"EarthCam engineers designed this groundbreaking product based on the specialized requirements of our DOT customers," said Brian Cury, Founder and CEO of EarthCam, Inc. "This server appliance addresses all their security and operational concerns for an integrated, expandable in-house network camera monitoring and archiving system. It represents a decade of focused EarthCam research, development and innovation."
The EarthCam ITS Enterprise System supports both fixed and robotic cameras from EarthCam and other leading manufacturers. The System supports up to 100 users and 25 projects with live streaming video camera monitoring, based on available bandwidth. It is designed to archive images at variable intervals for extended periods, depending on storage configuration.
The Enterprise System is modular and expandable to accommodate additional users, cameras, projects and storage. In addition, the EarthCam ITS Enterprise System can be expanded to support secure public website hosting of live updating images, additional archiving, and mobile services to stream camera images on mobile devices.
EarthCam is the recognized leader in providing webcam software and technology to businesses since 1996. EarthCam provides complete infrastructure services to manage, host and maintain live streaming video camera systems for its corporate clients. Clients include Northrop Grumman, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and state and federal government agencies including the New York City DOT, New Jersey DOT, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Maine DOT, City of Raleigh, GSA, Chicago Streets & Sanitation, and the City of Newark.