EarthCam Debuts New Heavy-Duty Wireless Security System at World of Concrete
Full Line of Construction and Surveillance Webcams Also Displayed
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York, February 3, 2009 -- EarthCam (http://www.earthcam.net), the international leader in webcam technology, will display a new heavy-duty wireless motion detection sensor system, along with a full line of construction cameras for short and long-term projects, at the World of Concrete in Las Vegas, Nevada, February 3-6 (exhibit # S20605).
The easily deployed, heavy-duty wireless protection surveillance sensors detect motion along the perimeter of project sites or properties and instantly activate cameras to automatically focus on intruders. The system can be seamlessly integrated into existing jobsite surveillance operations and sensitivity of the detectors can be adjusted remotely. Their portability and easy rapid deployment provide maximum flexibility and quick response.
Encased in a rugged tamper-proof housing, the infrared technology controls cameras enabling them to accurately track the intruders live, while recording activities with time and date stamping. The system, accessible on computers or mobile devices, simultaneously alerts project managers and security personnel about the incident. The perimeter detection system is available for lease or purchase.
Demonstrations of other products will include the 8 MegapixelCam Advanced System, robotic streaming video cameras, and the new Control Center 7.7 software. The software delivers exciting new features including full support for Mac’s, as well as support for sending mobile images to iPhones. With its new project dashboard, the Control Center 7.7 provides 640x480 archiving for ConstructionCams, broadcast video on demand with a clip provisioning system, picture-in-picture, panorama player image window comparison, and a snapshot calendar for panoramas.
The new products are the latest additions to EarthCam’s full array of cameras designed to meet budget and monitoring demands of short-term and long-term construction and security projects.
The EarthCam product roster also includes the highly successful TrailerCam that offers all the advantages of EarthCam’s stationary webcams with the added value of independent power and rapid deployment. In a recent example, the Virginia Department of Transportation deployed 16 TrailerCams to key locations during the Presidential Inauguration.
"We are proud that the Virginia Department of Transportation utilized EarthCam technology to help successfully monitor, control and archive one of the greatest security and traffic management challenges in United States history," said Brian Cury, CEO and Founder of EarthCam. "The same technology has set the standard for project management from site preparation to pouring concrete and raising steel," Cury added.
EarthCam is the recognized expert in developing and providing advanced webcam technology and managed services to businesses and government since 1996. EarthCam offers complete infrastructure solutions to manage, host and maintain live streaming video and megapixel camera systems. The company currently delivers hundreds of millions of live images daily in both password-protected form for international business and government customers and in public access form for worldwide consumer viewing. Clients include Turner Construction, Bovis Lend Lease, Skanska USA, Forest City Ratner Companies, the URS Corporation, Lockheed Martin, Chevrolet, Sprint, Toyota, Panasonic, Yahoo!, Public Broadcasting System (PBS), Coca-Cola, and numerous regional government agencies including Caltrans, the Virginia DOT, the New Jersey DOT, the Canadian Ministry of Transportation, the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and the GSA (#GS-35F-0719P).
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