Eye Trax Mega and Predator camera systems use available wireless and cellular networks to transmit information, eliminating the need for the infrastructure of a computer, phone line, internet connection, router and power which is required for the “traditional wireless cameras.
The Mega units offer pan tilt zoom capabilities to further enhance the ease of use while providing the highest resolution available that technology has to offer. The Predator camera system can monitor human and vehicle activity up to 250 feet away with an optional battery-operated, wireless motion sensor, while the night vision capability provides 125 feet of invisible infrared light. The Predator series also has the capability to stream 30-second video increments via a low-resolution VGA stream. The system is set to continuously record, and once an event is triggered, the system streams the preceding 10 seconds and the proceeding 20 seconds for a “live” feed of what is happening.
Events captured by the cameras are time and location stamped, and then they are immediately sent over the secure cellular network to the company’s cloud-based servers which sends out notifications of the event a via text message to any mobile phone, as well as emailed to designated addresses. All acquired images are stored on the cloud-based servers for future reference. SMS pictures or email from the Eye Trax Camera can be received 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or set to specific time parameters, such as after operation hours.
These camera systems are powered by a very small, lightweight solar panel requiring only 12V to operate. An internal battery, located inside the aluminum housing of the system, allows the cameras to operate for a full five days in the event of inclement weather.