Video Surveillance Now Over The Internet

The Berlin software company 1000eyes has worldwide novel technology for video surveillance developed Berlin, February 18, 2008 An innovative video surveillance system for commercial and private users presented the Berliner 1000eyes GmbH. The first completely Internet-based video surveillance system makes it possible to see at home from the holidays far from home. The name says it: is the technological basis for surveillance. The 1000eyes system is the ease of installation. The cameras must be connected only to a PC. The rest is running over the Internet. No special cables must be laid because the existing computer network is used.

The cameras can be connected via network cable or Wi-Fi. As cameras, all popular webcams and network cameras can be connected. It is not necessary to create special monitors for video surveillance, since the monitoring images be viewed easily on a PC in the local network or on the Internet can (video over IP). All functions are a full fledged video surveillance 1000eyes over the Internet is available from the live view on the motion detection up to the alarm system by telephone or SMS. In the cases the triggers of the user or a security system alarm; This can turn on via the Internet directly to the cameras and thus exclude false alarms. The price is unbeatable. The 1000eyes is a video surveillance from 4.95 per month available. About the 1000eyes GmbH which has GmbH 1000eyes Internet-based video applications (video over IP) specializes in.

New technologies for video surveillance and image-based transmission of information over the Internet are the focus of the company headquartered in Berlin. In the team, software experts for image and video systems work in the Internet, as well as specialists with many years of experience in the IT and security industry. 2007, the company released the first digital video surveillance system, that without any restrictions on the Internet works. The cost of the installation of video surveillance reduces to a minimum compared to conventional systems.