Here are Burgess Technologies we have always tried to retain a compact, uncomplicated yet powerful product range. All our systems operate the same. They use a Pre-programmed 4G LTE Cellular Architecture, to Capture and Transmit images to a remote Cloud Host. Accessed through the Internet, anywhere and anytime you can log in and transfer images to your PC or MAC.
As soon as your Comms/Cellular Box has power, the camera will start to capture and send images to your Remote Cloud Host. Each System as standard also includes the Remote Snapshot Image Grabber. Video examples below. For occasions when the End Client requests a more interactive viewing experience, you can upgrade to our IIP Time Lapse Portal.
INCLUDED REMOTE FEATURES AS STANDARD
- Full camera GUI access
- Remote focus, advanced focus & optical zoom
- 4G LTE Router Access
- Image grab snapshot command for health check and field of view check
- Remote time-lapse cloud folder access through FileZilla for image transfer
- Remote time-lapse cloud folder access through password protected URL
- Live Camera View
- 4G LTE SIM Portal to manage usage and set alerts
** We can assist with support by logging into your camera direct over the pre configured 4G LTE architecture.
OPTIONAL REMOTE EXTRAS
- Scheduled daily email set up, system emails you an image first thing, dinner and end of night.
- Our IIP Remote Time Lapse Portal: Interactive Image Platform.
- Surveillance recording to on-board SD card
EVERYTHING ABOVE IS SET UP FOR YOU AND SENT ON YOUR ACCESS SHEET. FOR EXAMPLE, THE SNAPSHOT IMAGE GRAB COMMAND, WIL BE A HYPERLINKED URL ON YOUR EXCEL SHEET, SIMPLY CLICK IT AND IT WILL INSTRUCT THE CAMERA TO TAKE A SNAPSHOP AND DOWNLOAD IT TO YOUR BROWSER.
INCLUDED IN THE BUY PRICE
REMOTE CLOUD: 40,000 (ISH) IMAGES
As soon the Cellular Comms box has power, the camera will start to capture and transmit images to your remote Cloud Host. The Cloud is like your archive library, from here you transfer images on your PC, Laptop or MAC for post production. You can use a FTP client like Filezilla which is FREE. If this is new to you or you are put off . Filezilla and FTP ( File Transfer Protocol ) is the easiest method to get images from the Cloud to your Local Machine. Filezilla just makes the connection, then simply drag your “Timelapse” folder to your Local Documents. You can do this as often as you like, Filezilla will read the images you have already transfered and only populate with new images from your last transfer.
RESTRICTED CLOUD FOLDER ACCESS
Think of the URL Cloud Folder access as a quick way to remotely view individual images. Below is just a small example on our own server. Typically there would be 1000’s of images in date order. Your remote access may be something like xyzsitewatch.com/images/timelapse. Have that saved in your web-browser, click and open to view all historical images. This will also be password protected. This is included with all our systems as standard but you can also have it linked within our IIP Portal for one click access.
SET UP IMAGE GRAB URL
Included with each system is a web-browser based URL command. Save this in your web-browser, then each time you want to command the camera to take an instant snapshot, just hit your refresh button. This is handy to use on set up, it will confirm all the hardware is working and it will give you a visual of the field of view.
I.I.P – INTERACTIVE IMAGE PLATFORM
This is an add on to your included Remote Cloud Host. The IIP will be ideal for certain End Clients but not all. Its usually purchased when your customer wants a user friendly access to the latest image(s). Ideal if there are multiple project involved people wanting latest image access.
If you are a Media and Production company, the IIP is usually the preferred choice. It gives the End Client a cut back overview of the last 30 days and 24 hours as a sequence video. This allows your customer to examine a none downloadable overview “video”. Then you produce a more professional, full sequence time lapse film each month or year etc.
The below image shows the system with a 1TB Hard Disk Drive, this can store up to 1 million images locally. With the forever increasing coverage of 3G and 4G, on-site storage is not often needed. This is a good option if you happen to be at a site where the Mobile Internet Signal is not very good.