Here are some demo cameras situated in remote locations where power and hardwired data network connections were not available.
These cameras are 100% solar powered and use the GSM / 3G data network to send their images.
They operate 365 days a year relaying HD colour images and live weather data.
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Alum Bay is near the westernmost point of the Isle of Wight, within sight of the Needles. The bay is noted for its multi-coloured sand cliffs.
The world famous Needles Landmark Attractions chairlift camera overlooks the stunning waters in Alum Bay and back towards the Needles Landmark Attraction.
The Mickleton Road camera is a solar powered pole mount system used to monitoring a vital trash screen in Solihull.
The Warwick Road camera is a solar powered pole mount system used to monitoring a vital trash screen in Solihull.
The Meadow Street camera is a solar powered pole mount system used to monitoring a vital trash screen in Coventry.
The Brookvale Road camera is monitoring the River Tame in Witton, it is part of the new Environment Agency flood defences.
The Milford-on-Sea beach huts camera is overlooking the new construction project being carried out on the South Coast by Raymond Brown Construction Ltd.
This is the Oversley Bridge flood monitoring camera, it is located on the banks of the River Arrow in Alcester.
This is a solar powered flood warning and monitoring system in the heart of Birmingham used to visually monitor a trash screen and automatically detect high water levels.
This is a dual head solar powered community flood monitoring camera deployed in the Lake District used to visually monitor the local water levels.
This example is a 3G solar powered camera mounted to an exsisting street lighting column. It overlooks a trash screen located in Dorridge Solihull.
This is solar powered pole mount 3G camera used to monitor a remote trash screen in Solihull.
The Shipston Bridge camera is installed on the bank of the River Stour, it features pan and tilt functionality within a solar powered system.
The Gunnings Bridge camera is installed next to Alcester which is located in Warwickshire. It is used to visually monitor the local area and automatically detect high water levels.
Hurst Castle is situated at the seaward end of the shingle spit that extends 1.5 miles from Milford-On-Sea. The end of the spit, only three-quarters of a mile from the Isle of Wight.
Vision Link specialise in remote solar powered GSM cameras used in locations where traditional CCTV technology would not work.
We design and develop all the electronics and software in-house which allows us to tailor features and functions to suit customers requirements.