EyeSpyPro Secure Hosted Video Recording Software as a Service (SaaS), eliminates the worry of recording on site, or to a SD card, as your video is uploaded to a safe, central station over the cloud, even if the camera is destroyed or stolen.
In June, 2012, disrespectful Cops destroyed cameras at a cannabis dispensary in Long Beach, CA. Guess what, the video was stored offsite, possibly similar to EyeSpyPro's Hosted Video Service.
The EyeSpyPro Secure Hosted Video Recording allows you to never have to worry about some renegade Fuzz or punk destroying your property when you let us host your video offsite.
With the EyeSpyPro Secure Live View Video Remote Video Surveillance, you can watch as many cameras as your bandwidth can handle, and record to 1, 7, 14, or 28GB of secure storage at 3 frames per second, 320 x 240 resolution, and view at 640 x 480 video.
Here is an actual sample of the video from an Employee:
Did your employees check in on time? Now you will know if the right person was there.
This sample video was captured with an Axis 207MW with motion detection event recording enabled.
The EyeSpyPro Secure Hosted Video Recording at 320 x 240 resolution comes in 4 storage plans, 1GB, 7GB, 14GB, and 28GB per month.
Here's how the storage breaks down with the 320 x 240 plan using motion activation to only record when there is movement for each camera:
- 8% Movement is 2 Hours A Day Will Be Stored For 30 Days
- 16% Movement is 4 Hours A Day Will Be Stored For 15 Days
- 33% Movement is 8 Hours A Day Will Be Stores For 7 Days
- 505 Movement is 12 Hours A Day Will Store For 5 Days
After you hit your quota, your oldest videos will be erased and replaced with new video.
Call us @ 1-877-3-EYESPY (1-877-339-3779) to help put together a package for your needs.
If you own a pre-school, now you can let the parents watch live viewing on our portal for $5.00 a month. Charge them $9.99 a month and make an instant revenue stream. They can log in and watch 640 x 480 live video of the classroom, or the outside play area.
The EyeSpyPro Secure Hosted Video Recording features live viewing resolution of 640x480 at up to 4 frames per second (fps) through our secure, cloud based secure storage facility, and recorded video of 320 x 240 @ 3 fps. Your video will be super clear since it's digital video, not 20th century CCTV analog video. We will store your surveillance video clips up to 1GB, then the oldest video will be deleted to make room for new video.
All this starting @ only $14.95 a month per camera, with no contracts. Go month-to-month for $14.95 per month per camera at 1GB as long as you want. $5 per month for each additional user, and a $15 activation fee per camera, which will show as a shipping charge when you check-out.
Here are the EyeSpyPro Hosted SaaS Video Storage Plans for 320 x 240 stored video:
- 1Gb $14.95: Live View: 640x480, 4FPS Recording: 320x240, 3FPS Storage: 1Gb $14.95 per month / camera
- 7Gb $19.95: Live View: 640x480, 4FPS Recording: 320x240, 3FPS 7 Gb Storage $19.95 per month / camera
- 14Gb $24.95: Live View: 640x480, 4FPS Recording: 320x240, 3FPS Storage: 14 Gb $24.95 per month / camera
- 28Gb $29.95: Live View: 640x480, 4FPS Recording: 320x240, 3FPS Storage: 28 Gb $29.95 per month / camera
This service works with pretty much every new AXIS camera and video encoder if you still need to hold onto your ancient analog cameras.
If you want access to the high quality video the camera takes, you can add an inexpensive Iomega NAS that will work seamlessly with the EyeSpyPro Hosted Video Service SaaS, so you can quickly browse the low res clips online to find the exact event and time, then upload the high quality video from the local NAS, which takes about 30 seconds. You can then export it a file you can burn to a DVD, right from your online control panel.
Now Store High Resolution Images Locally With An Optional Iomega Network-Attached Storage Device (NAS)
The NAS device provides high resolution local storage for camera events. A customer can setup recordings from some or all of their cameras to record to the NAS at a higher quality. Recordings that are stored on a NAS are still accessible through the web user portal; they are uploaded to the server when the user requests them from the recording playback page.
The EyeSpyPro Hosted Video Recording supports the use of network attached storage (NAS) devices manufactured by iomega, which allows our cameras to not only record low resolution video for online viewing, you can also record at beautiful, high resolution video to the iomega NAS for further examination, or for law enforcement.
With the iomega NAS option, there are no quality limits for local recordings, so you can record up to 1080p @ 30 FPS.
The iomega NAS also adds redundancy to your surveillance system, which allows the cameras to continue recording locally, even if the internet connection is lost. The NAS also takes the pressure off of upstream bandwidth limitations allowing EyeSpyPro's Hosted Video Recording solutions to be viable up to 16 + cameras per location.
Using the iomega NAS for long term storage, allows you to get by with a smaller hosted subscriptions thereby reducing the monthly cost of the EyeSpyPro Hosted Video Recording service.
Iomega IX Series Network Attached Storage
As part of the Axis Technology Partner Program (TPP), Iomega co-developed the solution with Axis to ensure the highest degree of integration and support. Iomega has included the AVHS client on its new double-drive desktop Iomega® StorCenter™ ix2-200 Cloud Edition NAS unit, which ships with up to 6TB of networked storage capacity, as well as the new quad-drive desktop Iomega® StorCenter™ ix4-200d Cloud Edition, with up to 12TB of storage capacity.
In video storage terms, users monitoring even a busy scene can expect approximately 40 days worth of storage for four cameras recording to 4TBs of usable capacity at typical default settings. To maximize storage functionality, integrators can work with end-users to set event-based recording triggers that will stream higher quality, HDTV or megapixel video to the device on motion or audio detection, for example.
Choose From Two Iomega NAS:
The Iomega Personal Cloud Allows You To Access Your High Res Video From Anywhere In The World
Each camera will need about 250kbs of data upload speed & you need about 400kbs minimum upload if you want to run 1x camera. Test your upload speed here @ Speedtest.net to see the maximum amount of cameras you can handle based on your Internet upload speed.
Allow a minimum of 400kbs to use the service, and remember, each camera will need about 250kbs. So if your upload speed is 1.2MB, you should be able to run 4 cameras with no problem.
Now choose an AXIS Camera! This service currently only works with the following AXIS cameras.
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Hosted Video Recording Specifications:
Live View Resolution:
|640 x 480 pixels
Live View Frame rate:
|4 frames per second
Alarm Recording Resolution:
|320 x 240 pixels
Alarm Recording Frame rate:
|3 frames per second
Alarm Recording Time per Clip:
Guest Allowances per Account:
Event Storage Time:
|1Gb up to 7 days at 5% motion (1.25 hrs/day), up to 1 day at 35% motion (8.4 hrs/day)
Continuous Recording Resolution:
|320 x 240 pixels
Continuous Recording Frame rate:
|1 frame per second
Manual Recording Resolution:
Manual Recording Frame rate:
| 3 frames per second
Manual Recording Time per Clip:
Mobile Viewing Capability:
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Servers and Facility - Reliability and Security
You want to make sure your work and home are safe. You'd want to know that your Secure-i HVR™ surveillance solution is very safe, too. We have worked hard to make sure that the system's infrastructure is highly reliable and very secure. If you want to know the details, read on.
HVR™ system reliability and security:
The HVR™ system balances loads across multiple servers with redundancy at every level. The reliability of the system is a result of the mutual, interactive functioning of both the servers and the cameras. If a server becomes unavailable, the cameras in the system will simply connect to another instead. The camera will always keep trying to connect to the servers, in sequence, until a successful connection has been established. And if a connection cannot be established, the system will alert the user that something is amiss.
Your video is safe over the internet. The connection between cameras and servers is secure. Authentication and all communication between the cameras and the server is encrypted and signed using a camera-specific key, uniquely generated for each camera’s interaction with a specific server.
Your video is safe even from us. All employees and system operators have no access to customer video.
And, just in case anything should need attention, there is staff on-site 24/7.
Data center reliability:
The data center is fully equipped with redundant power, back-up generators, and cooling systems. Not only the Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems, but the entire electrical system has built-in redundancy to guarantee continuous operation. The overall system is N+1 redundant, including each component within the parallel electrical systems. An N+2 redundancy HVAC design provides appropriate airflow, temperature and humidity control. Moreover, there are state-of-the-art environmental and fire protection systems.
Network performance and reliability:
No matter how large the Secure-i HVR™ grows, it will never outgrow the data center's capacity. We sit on a reliable, high-performance international network that has full network redundancy with multiple carriers and backbone diversity. With multiple 10 gigabit connections to several carriers and BGP4 optimized routing, the facility can provide the rock solid reliability and redundancy our customers require. Facility capacity is instantly scalable to over 150Gbs.
Data Center Security:
No keys here. There are biometric hand geometry scanners, and tightly-controlled customer access via a security lobby with an intricate, interlocked mantrap system.
There are many layers of security to go through before anyone has access to our equipment.
1. Building Security will require a prox card swipe or signature. Government-issued photo ID required.
2. An initial biometric hand geometry scan is required behind steel and bulletproof glass door.
3. FastPass with Photo or a valid work visit ticket is required to pass the security office, which is staffed 24/7/365.
4. Biometric hand geometry scan is required to enter the "man trap" behind steel and bulletproof glass door. Another is required to exit.
5. Biometric hand geometry scan required for access to data center floor.
6. Biometric hand geometry scan required for access to cages.
7. Self-powered kinetic locks on the closed cabinets with individual codes.
The facility is covered by over 300 cameras, covering nearly every square foot, starting before you even enter the lobby. There is a 30 day keep on this footage. There are even cameras inside the cages.
The system requirements for the end user are minimal. You need a compatible web browser. Our service works well on Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari, and Google Chrome.
There are several viewing methods available, and the user is encouraged to try them to see what produces the best result for their browser and computer. Please note that the default viewer in Internet Explorer installs an ActiveX control and you will be prompted for permission to do so. Certain controls are available via the ActiveX control that are not available with other viewing methods.
You need a broadband internet connection. The speed of your connection will directly affect the performance of your HVR™ surveillance system. The more speed, or bandwidth, you have the more frames per second (fps) your cameras can send out to the server for live viewing. (Alarm event recordings are buffered in the camera's memory and sent out to the HVR™ as bandwidth becomes available. So, you always get the fps indicated in your service level for recording.)
We recommend at least 400 Kbps "upstream" speed for 1 camera to operate.
You need a broadband router with a free port in your local network. The router should include support for automatic IP-address assignment (DHCP), because the camera is set to receive an IP address via DHCP. If you wish to use the wireless capabilities of certain cameras, then a wireless router is required.