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MeerCam Event Based Wireless Self Powered Video Security CCTV Camera Systems

Monday, April 5th, 2010

Looking for a totally wireless, GPRS battery powered, CCTV surveillance camera system that can be quickly deployed in a few hours to remote monitor and protect and secure a construction site, farm buildings, Void properties, remote Power Substations, mobile phone masts – at extremely cost effective and VERY low prices?   If so – then check out our new MeerCam self powered wireless GPRS event based video surveillance camera monitoring systems – knock thousands of ££££’s by purchasing or renting our low cost MeerCam self powered wireless CCTV camera systems

Benefits of our MeerCam self powered wireless GPRS event based CCTV surveillance camera monitoring systems:

No mains power required at security camera monitoring location – 2 year battery life for GPRS wireless CCTV cameras

Totally wireless, NO cables required, no broadband or power required at site location – no matter where the location in the UK.

10 second video clip of event based instrusion sent over the GPRS mobile phone network to a Remote Video Response Centre – Receive event alert video to a web-enabled mobile phone or computer

Instant MeerCam CCTV camera equipment installation – Easy de-install and transfer to other sites for security monitoring -

Up to 24 MeerCam event based camera monitoring units at one site location – outdoor and indoor PIR cameras – indoor or outdoor sirens – smoke detectors – control panel – keypad – badge reader – keyfobs

Low cost remote security camera monitoring as the MeerCam self powered wireless GPRS security camera systems are event based – only required to be monitored when motion detector is activated at camera location

Low cost CCTV surveillance camera equipment -  purchase or rental options available

For more information about the Camvista - MeerCam self powered wireless GPRS security camera systems – Telephone – 0845 241 6040 or fill in an inquiry form – HERE or email us – HERE

New Portacams site Launched for Mobile CCTV Solutions

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009


Over the last 12 years we have been building a business based around Construction Site Security using Remotely Monitored CCTV. Today we have just launched our Portacams site, which will be dedicated to Mobile CCTV for temporary installations such as short term contract. The mobile unit is totally self-contained and requires no cables and connects to the internet using 3G.

Please have a feel free to browse our site and if you have any questions, please do not hastate to contact us.

Remote Alert Monitors Scottish Quarry Company

Thursday, August 14th, 2008

 Client Brief
A Scottish based Quarry company required a security camera monitoring solution that would allow management at their Quarry head office to remotely monitor, and record security camera snapshots of all Lorries arriving and leaving their busy Quarry site to match up with their weigh bridge records.  They also required snapshot images to confirm and check that each Lorry unloaded the correct consignment and did not contaminate their Quarry site with other products.

Camvista arranged for two high-resolution Mobotix
surveillance cameras to be installed at the Scottish Quarry.  The two security cameras were positioned to monitor the entrance to the Quarry site, and also to overlook the area where all lorries unload their consignments.  Motion detection sensors were also set up so all movement in front of the Mobotix security cameras would allow all triggered high quality images to be recorded on Remote Alert.  All recorded images from the Scottish Quarry are saved on Remote Alert for up to 10 days.  Head Office can view the two Mobotix mega pixel cameras, live, remotely, or can view all saved snapshot images by accessing their Remote Alert account on a hourly or daily basis.  Management at Head Office now have a record of how many Lorries attended their Quarry site, hourly or daily, and can confirm that all Lorries unloaded the required products at their Quarry site.  Already, since Remote Alert has been in operation, snapshots have been sent to one Transport Company to prove that their lorry had delivered the incorrect load to the Quarry site.