EarthCam to Display Advanced City Surveillance Systems at 2011 New Jersey League of Municipalities Annual Conference
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York, November 15, 2011 -- EarthCam, the webcam technology experts, will demonstrate their most advanced IP systems for city surveillance at the 2011 NJLM 96th Annual Conference, November 15-17 in Atlantic City, NJ.
EarthCam's innovative webcam technology for security and surveillance will be on display at their exhibit (#1517). EarthCam will feature the SecurityCam HD, a rugged system which enables the user to monitor large areas in real-time. This completely robotic network camera streams full frame live HD video with 120x zoom for detailed coverage. State and city officials can access the navigation tools to easily pan their area of interest, zooming in on protection zones. Housed in a thermostatically controlled enclosure with a maintenance-free wiper system, this all-weather system is able to withstand harsh environments for years.
Security professionals, emergency management officials, police and civic authorities rely on EarthCam's advanced security and surveillance systems. Professionals can observe, control and document critical incidents remotely with EarthCam's Incident Control Center software. EarthCam's complete webcam safety and surveillance systems are built for routine observation or hazardous duty.
EarthCam's rapid deployment systems, such as the Mobile Surveillance Trailer, are easily transported and setup during emergency situations. The portable systems have proven to be an invaluable resource for monitoring flood zones and evacuation areas. EarthCam will display and demonstrate a fully-operational Mobile Surveillance Trailer directly outside the Atlantic City convention center.
Powered by EarthCam's Control Center 7 comprehensive webcam management service, users can monitor emergency situations and and protect their hot spots and critical areas remotely from any computer or mobile device. Additional benefits include time-stamped archiving 24/7 to verify claims and support dispute resolutions.
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