Low-power cameras save time and money for water managers
Mar 23 2022
Meteor Communications, the globally renowned manufacturer of remote cameras, has opened a subsidiary, MTRComs GmbH in Osnabrück, Germany to expand their presence in mainland Europe. “Over 2,000 of our low-power cameras are currently operating in the UK,” explains company director Andrew Scott. “So, they have been thoroughly evaluated by customers such as water utilities and regulators, as well as flooding and drainage authorities.”
MTRComs cameras are typically used for monitoring key remote assets such as grilles, screens, channels, culverts, and automated remote structures. They provide a perfect monitoring solution for sites without mains power and communications infrastructure because their low-power cameras are easy to deploy and offer both regular and on-demand images via cellular networks.
The biggest advantage of remote cameras is that operators can view sites before deciding whether a visit is needed, as well as determining what equipment is required for the visit. As a result, less site visits are required and, thanks to wireless connectivity, tasks such as camera configuration and firmware updates can be performed remotely.
MTRComs will exhibit at this year’s IFAT (Munich, 30th May - 3rd June), where visitors to stand 401 in Hall B2 will be able to view live images of remote assets for themselves.
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