1000eyes informed about advantages and disadvantages of Wi-Fi cameras Berlin, April 16, 2008 – if a video surveillance should be installed subsequently in a built out, the problem that although a power supply at the mounting place for the camera is available, but no network connection arises mostly. In this case, the use of Wi-Fi cameras offers. Wi-Fi cameras have the important advantage of the quick and clean installation. However, the Wi-Fi connection is also more susceptible to interference than a cable connection. With the completely Internet-based video surveillance system of the Berliner 1000eyes GmbH the advantages of monitoring can be exploited fully with radio. At the same time, functions are offered that the disadvantages will be considerably weakened.
For example, the 1000eyes vandal-resistant can be activated which then informs the user in case of malfunction of the wireless camera. The 1000eyes monitoring system offers many other applications such as recording through individual recording schedules or motion detection. Camera images can use from any PC Internet connection be considered and even with the phone. Despite the variety of functions, the 1000eyes system is a cheap video surveillance system. The use of the service is available per camera for under five euros a month.
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 has released the first digital video surveillance system that works without any restrictions on the Internet. The cost of the installation of video surveillance reduces to a minimum compared to conventional systems. Contact: 1000eyes GmbH Dr. Hans-Jorg Abbot Joachim-based Street 12, 10719 Berlin phone: + 49 (0) 30-889 15-501 fax: + 49 (0) 30-312 65 99 E-Mail: Web: