From today, YouTube will have to cope with explosive growth in terms of security images that are to be uploaded, according to Marmitek, a Netherlands company.
This is due to the introduction of IP cameras that automatically upload evidence to YouTube.com. As a result, YouTube will become not only a location for watching or sharing images but also for saving private videos.
You can monitor everything from a distance with a Marmitek IP Camera. It is, therefore, the ideal solution for checking that everything is in order at any time of day or night.
Your sense of wellbeing can be improved if you can check, from the office, whether the pets at home are alright, check who is at your front door or just see if the sun is shining back at home.
In addition, a Marmitek IP Camera can also provide images that allow you to verify what exactly happened and who or what let to the situation changing.
These images are automatically sent to your e-mail address or uploaded to a NAS (Network-attached storage) server. Storage space from an e-mail account, however, is often limited. And uploading to a NAS server means that you cannot usually access and view saved images online and specific technical knowledge is required if you do wish to do so.
The IP Eye Anywhere241 and the IP RoboCam541. These IP Cameras can automatically and independently (without human intervention) upload your security images to YouTube. You can allow these to be seen by anyone or protect them so only you have access. As a result, you have a free, online alternative to a NAS server.
So whether it’s your car on the driveway, the motorbike in the garage, the exclusive equipment in your lounge or the nursery where your baby is sleeping – YouTube is watching! (YouTube demo: www.youtube.com/user/democamera)
Price and availability
- The IP Eye Anywhere241 (Static camera) is available from 4 July for €199/GBP179.
- The IP RoboCam541 (Pan&Tilt variant) is available from 4 July for €279/GBP249.