UPDATE: TrueLook cameras now include built-in 4G LTE modems and connect over AT&T, the nation’s largest and most reliable 4G LTE network. Once you supply power to the camera, it will come online automatically – you do not have to set up the data connection.
Winston-Salem, NC – TrueLook, a leading provider of construction time-lapse webcams, announces a new capability to connect wirelessly over the Verizon cellular network. Internet connectivity is essential for clients to remotely view their jobsite, watch time-lapse videos, and remotely control the camera. This development dramatically increases the wireless coverage area and potential speed of TrueLook’s service.
Cellular connectivity allows TrueLook webcams to be installed at jobsites where wired Internet is not accessible. Although cameras can also connect via Ethernet or a local wireless setup, these are not readily available for many clients.
TrueLook has long depended on Sprint’s 3G network to provide wireless solutions in these situations. Developing the technology to operate over both Sprint and Verizon networks has roughly doubled the number of cellular towers that TrueLook can connect to. This gives customers a much better chance of accessing a strong 3G signal. The result is that TrueLook can offer cellular connectivity to many more customers, and provide more responsive camera performance across the board.
TrueLook is the world’s premier interactive webcam system, specializing in construction cameras, destination and resort webcams, and live-event webcams. For over 15 years, TrueLook has been deploying cameras on every continent of the globe – including the NASA camera on the South Pole. This world wide network of IP-based cameras has captured over 2.2 billion media clips, delivering them to over 100 million users with a 99.999% service up-time. TrueLook has also been a pioneer in IP camera technology, having built the world’s first pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) network camera.
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