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December 2000 News

The EagleDVR digital video recording CCTV system recently made the headlines in newspapers after burglars were caught on video on two separate occasions by a person using the EagleDVR system. Two burglars broke into his house unaware that they were being recorded on a covert miniature closed circuit video camera linked to his PC.

The Sunday Argus wrote: "He said he had only one camera active as the system was not yet fully operational. But he planned to install two more cameras inside and two outside with a microphone strategically placed so that if he was burgled again he could pick up additional information such as names. He said the system would allow him to log on from another computer at work where he would be able to view what was happening at home." To read the full story go to www.eagledvr.co.za

About the EagleDVR

The EagleDVR system provides a complete digital surveillance solution with remote capabilities. The product operates on Windows98, NT4 and 2000.

The EagleDVR is available as a board level product or as a dedicated Intel Pentium-based system. One can choose from single, 4, 8, 12 or 16 channel versions. The system allows for the monitoring of surveillance cameras from a remote location.

For more information contact Nathan Bearman, Eagle Technology, 021 423 4943.





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