SMC Networks has released the newest version of its wireless home security camera along with a new and improved version of the Secure Watch smartphone app. Secure Watch mobile app —for both iPhone™ and Android™— provides an extremely easy to set up and use smartphone experience. The updated SMC2030W-H Wi-Fi security camera is elegantly suited for home or small office use needing live-view monitoring, a large viewing angle lens, two-way audio for communicating through the camera, and integration of cloud-based video storage.
WiFi enabled LTE small cell gateway is a type of a base station. Base station uses cellular wireless network for communicating with mobile phones or terminals. Base station connects mobile phones to a wireless carrier network and offers local coverage for a wireless network. The area of coverage varies from several miles to few city blocks. Each base station is typically owned by one carrier or wireless company and gives coverage only for that company’s network. It may also offer roaming coverage for other networks in case carriers have agreement for roaming and technology is compatible.
Is the Homeboy, interesting product name, a DropCam replacement. Here’s an excerpt from PCWorld’s take on this potential competitor to DropCam.[SL]
If you’re looking for an IP camera for home security, you’ll want to know about Homeboy. It remedies almost every drawback I’ve seen in security cameras. It doesn’t cost a fortune. And you’ll be able to buy one soon—without having to participate in a crowd-funding campaign.
If Homeboy looks familiar, it’s because it built on the intellectual property developed for the Hive camera that garnered a lot of attention about two years ago, but that was ultimately never brought to market.
Homeboy runs on a rechargeable battery, so you can put it virtually anywhere indoors (it’s not weatherized against the elements). It eliminates the expense associated with a monitoring service that can contact an emergency dispatcher, but it delivers some of the most important benefits a paid monitoring service provides. It can function as a stand-alone device, or you can integrate it into your home-control system to trigger other devices, such as a light switch.
Well, the retailer could, once. But the merchant would never know if the shopper returns because iOS 8 randomizes the device ID every time it connects to a Wi-Fi network. The solution? No surprise! Beacons. When Apple Inc. made the latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 8, available last week, CEO Tim Cook launched a new section of the Apple site devoted to mobile privacy.
Got WiFi? That’s a question Magic Waters WaterPark (7820 N Cherry Vale Mall Dr, Cherry Valley, IL) asked itself in response to growing consumer demand for public WiFi accessibility. The award-winning attraction, which is managed by the Rockford Park District, is always a crowd pleasing destination so its desire to provide patrons with free WiFi service was a perfect add-on to the park.
Daily mining operations depend on data in the form of reports and positions for drilling, logistics, supply, production, and scheduling. In an offshore field, the majority of communication is data rather than voice. This is typically sent via satellite links between a sender and receiver in close proximity. The Cobham Tactical Communications and Surveillance (TCS) team visit offshore platforms and vessels with diversity antennae.
Building on its growing line of Action Cam POV (point of view) cameras, Sony today has introduced the new AS20 model to the US market. The camera packs many of Sony’s latest POV imaging technologies including SteadyShot™ image stabilization into an ultra-compact body at a competitive price. “With its slim, low-profile design, our Action Cam […]
Free Wi-Fi, once considered a commodity, is now viewed as a necessity by much of the public. In planes, trains, and automobiles increasingly more consumers are coming to expect the service to be available for both business and pleasure purposes. To date, however, achieving fast and reliable Wi-Fi in fast moving vehicles has often delivered […]
This fun-to-fly helicopter can fly at 35 mph and as high as 900 feet. Includes an HD camera for 1080p video as well as photos, but what really makes the difference is the 3-axis gimbal stabilization of the camera and lens which makes it easy to shoot smooth video. Considering the speed and altitude this […]
The Cheltenham Festival at Prestbury Park takes place every March at Cheltenham Racecourse in Gloucestershire, England and usually attracts well over 200,000 people. The festival runs four days and has grown into the biggest meeting in the National Hunt calendar. It usually coincides with Saint Patrick’s Day and is particularly popular with Irish visitors. There’s […]
GEO Semiconductor Inc. (“GEO”), a semiconductor and software company specializing in camera and video solutions, and GainSpan ® Corporation, a leader in low-power Wi-Fi SoCs, announced the introduction of the Mobileyes 4 Low Power (ME4LP), a fully integrated, battery operated reference design for Full HD doorbell cameras for security applications. The ME4LP will be demonstrated […]
Samsung Techwin, a subsidiary of the Samsung Group, and a surveillance, aeronautics, optoelectronics, automations, and weapons technology company, has introduced its first ever SmartCam SNH-1011N Wi-Fi Smart Home Camera to the Singapore market. A simple setup of the SNH-1011N lets you connect and begin recording within minutes through wired, or Wi-Fi connectivity. With sound and […]
Home > Products A-MTK AH2100M PIR IP Camera Supplier: A-MTK Region: Taiwan Updated: 03/11/2014 Click Frequency: 10 Product Category: IP Surveillance > Network Cameras > HD Camera Key Specifications AH2100M is an IP camera that features intelligent event detection, Including audio detection, motion detection, PIR detector, and sensor input. Upon event detected, the camera will send video clips to FTP, Email, NAS, and mSD card, and send push notify message to smart phone apps. The camera and smart phone apps are designed and produced by A-MTK in-house. Besides, A-MTK built up its own "Fast IP View" cloud service to users. In addition, the camera supports high-definition video at 1280×1024 resolution and 30fps speed. The camera comes with PIR for motion detection. To offer high-quality night vision, the camera is equipped with IR LEDs and ICR for clear views at night. Moreover, the camera supports both wired Ethernet and wireless Wi-Fi 802.11n network interfaces. Related Products
Assa Abloy announces the introduction of its IN120 Wi-Fi lock, combining secure wireless electronic access control with a sleek design. Available from Group brands Corbin Russwin and Sargent, the IN120 reportedly provides a cost-effective solution for facilities needing to upgrade access control.Ideal for use in hard-to-wire locations, the IN120 utilizes standard IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity to connect to the access control system, significantly reducing installation costs, and eliminating the need for proprietary equipment, Assa Abloy reports. The IN120’s integrated ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 hardware is available in cylindrical and mortise lock configurations.The IN120 utilizes HID multiCLASS SE technology, which provides heightened security, supports multiple credential types including HID Prox, HID iCLASS, HID iCLASS SE (SIO-enabled), HID iCLASS Seos, HID MIFARE SE, HID iCLASS DESfire EV1 SE, MIFARE Classic, DESfire EV1, and FeliCa, and enables NFC mobile access. The IN120 supports current Wi-Fi security standards including WEP, WPA, WPA2 and 802.1x and utilizes AES 128-bit encryption. In addition, the WiFi radio is field-upgradeable, making it future proof for evolving Wi-Fi standards.“Our new IN120 is ideal for budget-conscious applications. Combining low cost and the ability to interface with a facility’s existing IT infrastructure, the IN120 offers the most economical path to upgrade to electronic access control by leveraging an existing network,” says Peter Boriskin, director of product management, electronic access control, Assa Abloy Americas. The ASSA ABLOY IN120 offers a customizable feature set, allowing building owners to select only the features they need or add features as their requirements grow. The IN120 […]
If you want to set up a home monitoring camera but don’t want to run wiring or waste time configuring a system, there’s a product now available to Canadians that makes video surveillance simple. Dropcam is a small, cellphone-sized video monitoring camera that can rest on its stand or be mounted to a wall. It draws power from a USB cable plugged into a wall outlet and transmits video wirelessly to the cloud over a WiFi Internet connection. I tried out Dropcam Pro, while a simpler Dropcam model also exists. Optically, the Pro’s camera captures surprisingly sharp images for something just designed to keep tabs on your home, kids or outdoor scenery. This is largely thanks to the six-element glass lens system (compared to plastic lenses) with a 130-degree field of view to capture 720p HD video. Dropcam also says the image sensor is twice as large as the one found in the company’s previous Dropcam HD camera, which helps in low-light conditions. There are eight infrared LEDs to improve night vision surveillance. Now, here’s how Dropcam is smart. Video is uploaded using what they say is bank-level encryption to the cloud. From any device with a web connection (or the iPhone/Android apps) you can log in to see the live video, and use the camera’s microphone and speaker to have a remote conversation. Dropcam also detects when there’s motion or an unusual sound, sending you a push notification on your iPhone or an email to alert you that […]