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Mainsgill Farm uses Streamdays to show live lambing this spring

Mainsgill Farm uses Streamdays to show live lambing this spring
Mainsgill Farm have invested in an Axis HD pan-tilt zoom camera alongside Streamdays, our live web streaming service. The IP camera has been placed inside the Ewe pen at the farm and Streamdays allows visitors to view this year’s lambing take place via a live web stream on the Mainsgill Farm website.

Knowsley Community College utilises Paxton Access Control to secure sites

Knowsley Community College utilises Paxton Access Control to secure sites
NW Systems were commissioned to help the college improve control over who entered both their Roby and Kirkby campus sites via vehicle. The specialist security firm integrated Paxton Access Control with Milestone software at the on-site barriers and also fitted additional IP cameras to provide a view of the barriers.

Flagship M&S store utilises RemoteManager to oversee build operations

Flagship M&S store utilises RemoteManager to oversee build operations
NW Systems Group was appointed to install 8 Mobotix IP cameras in conjunction with its RemoteManager system to record the inside build and fit-up of the store. This enabled operatives to oversee the project in real-time and also produce a time-lapse movie for promotional purposes upon the build’s completion.

Streamdays camera captures Vancouver‘s beauty

Streamdays camera captures Vancouver‘s beauty
The Streamdays video streaming service provided by NW Systems is proving to be such a successful tool for attracting more web visitors, it has become a camera system with global demand. The City of Vancouver tourism board has now brought a live stream online overlooking the city and views of Mount Hood.

Operational video monitoring at Freightliner Doncaster

Operational video monitoring at Freightliner Doncaster
NW Systems has installed Axis HD cameras at the Freightliner site, capable of providing the level of image detail required to read container numbers and scanning for any damage. The cameras operate effectively during daylight hours as well as in darkness.

College of West Anglia begins £3 million development

College of West Anglia begins £3 million development
As the College of West Anglia commences the construction of its new £3 million technology block, NW Systems has been commissioned to install its RemoteManager system to enable the college to monitor the progress remotely, build an image archive of the construction and create a time-lapse film of the project.