• Vision Link Remote Camera Example Hurst Spit
    Hurst Spit is a shingle bank at the easternmost
    point of Christchurch Bay and extends 2.5km
    from the end of Milford beach out into the Solent

    It is an important coastal defence, protecting the Western Solent from flooding and sheltering
    the designated area of saltmarsh to the north
  • Vision Link Remote Camera Example Coastal Management
    Although originally formed by natural processes,
    Hurst Spit is now maintained by regular shingle recycling operations

    The cameras allows New Forest District Council to visually monitor coastal erosion without expensive infrastructure costs which reduces the management overheads
  • Vision Link Remote Camera Example Extreme Conditions
    Hurst Castle, built between 1541-1544,
    is a Scheduled Monument and the principal
    historic feature of the Spit

    The Castle’s exposed position made the solar
    powered 3G cameras the perfect solution for
    monitoring the coastal defence

    Live weather data is also regularly updated this
    includes wind speed, direction, humidity,
    barometric pressure, air temperature,
    dew point and heat index

Hurst Spit Web Camera / Weather Station

This is the Hurst Spit web camera, it is mounted on the south side of Hurst Castle overlooking the shingle bank.

The camera is 100% solar powered and uses a 3G data network connection for transmitting the images.

The camera operates from Dawn to Dusk 7 days a week and updates its images every hour.

Camera Information

Camera Name :

Hurst Spit

Latitude :

50.706479

Longitude :

-1.554506

Sunrise :

05:22

Sunset :

21:02

Status

Solar Panel :

0.8 Volts

Battery Level :

5.3 Volts

Signal Strength :

Very Good

Air Temperature :

0 Deg C

Installation Images

The photo below is the most recent image from the Hurst Spit camera, taken on 11 Jul 2017 21:27

The camera is pointing west towards Milford beach.

The camera is totally exposed to the prevailing wind and rain from the western end of the Solent which at times has been over 100mph. This can cause the camera to vibrate which will produce a fuzzy image.

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Hurst Castle: The Solent: Play 30 days

Camera Location


Camera Name :

Hurst Spit

Latitude :

50.706479

Longitude :

-1.554506


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Camera Name :

Hurst Spit

Camera ID :

1

Latitude :

50.706479

Longitude :

-1.554506

Taken :

11 Jul 2017 21:27


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