Lancashire firm launches new CCTV technology

Jan Harris

March 5, 2007

Windsor Digital Surveillance company has launched ‘Crime-Seen’ – a multi-functional PC plug and play digital video recording system which allows users to connect any CCTV cameras to protect their premises.

Crime-Seen is a low-cost, security solution, which is installed by simply plugging it into the USB port of a home or business computer.

Premises can then be monitored from anywhere in the world at any time via the Internet. The system records activity by motion detection and sends images to email and mobile phone upon alarm activation.

It can also be used as a high quality live broadcasting tool due to its unique data compression, and has the facility to videoconference up to eight remotely-based personnel and to attach to external alarms and sensors.

Crime-Seen was developed jointly by Windsor Digital and its Korean software partners for the UK market.


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