Live remote video monitoring of vehicles and cargo

October 2005 Asset Management, EAS, RFID

The NetEye GSM model lets users remotely monitor their vehicles that are on the road and also cargo deliveries. The unit also has alarm and panic inputs to automatically contact the control centre sending pre-alarm frames as well as the live pictures.

The NetEye features innovative 'transmitters'. Rich in functionality, the units send quality video streams, colour images and full duplex audio from remote CCTV cameras to management control centres as well as monitoring from remote sites. With the GSM system, pictures from up to four cameras can be transmitted to an office or control room.

The NetEye's powerful processors digitise analog video and audio signals in realtime and send them over GSM cellular communications for monitoring and recording at either a monitoring station, or office. All this is done from a small box attached to cameras in the vehicle, with no need for a PC in the vehicles or any hardware attached to the control room PC or laptop. NetEye units have no moving parts and contain their own embedded software. As a result, they are robust and highly reliable.

NetEye units also feature internal high-speed, high-quality pre- and post-alarm image capture, selectable recording and transmission image/video size, PTZ support, full duplex audio, programmable alarm inputs and control outputs. If a vehicle is in trouble, it will dial back to the control room or computer. The user will be able to see and hear what is going on while recording everything on the control room computer. You can even connect a DVR to the system.

The systems include the comprehensive Observer remote monitoring software application. The NetEye GSM version is a four-colour-camera solution incorporating four sensor inputs, four audio inputs, four dry contact outputs, two video out channels and one audio out channel.

NetEye is accessed through regular telephone lines and cellular communication.

For more information contact Morris Maram, Emergency Reaction Services, 011 234 6000,,


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