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New wireless camera monitoring system - seeking feedback

BarnOwl's Avatar Nov 2, 2017 | 09:47 1 Hi all

We've just created a website allowing users to receive and view wireless (cellular) camera images remotely, from any computer or mobile device with internet access.

We're preparing to "launch" in December, and are looking for honest feedback from people who could benefit most from this platform - ag producers who travel long distances several times a week just to inspect something visually.

View demo here:

Please leave a response regarding your initial impressions of the service - features you think should be included, features you find unnecessary, any spots for improvement, anything that doesn't look right, etc.

We want to make this as easy and user-friendly as we possibly can, so please note anything you have even slight difficulty with, and we will address it immediately. Your feedback will be heard, and used!

Current feature list:
  • Click a camera's image or camera name to display all images belonging to that camera.
  • Click an image in the "all images" window to see a larger slideshow for that camera's images.
  • Remotely configure camera settings at any time using the "Settings" button on a camera.
  • Search images using image recognition keywords like "deer", "animal", "sunset", etc. (WIP)
  • Share any images via text/email with the "Share" button on a camera.
  • Save images as favorites using the Star icon to keep track of the best photos.

Thanks so much for your feedback, if you have any questions or comments at all, please let me know either on this post or through a PM.

Greg Reply With Quote
farmgal71's Avatar Nov 4, 2017 | 11:20 2 I like this idea.
Where are you located? We would likely need some technical support to get it working and us trained.
Sorry I am technically challenged, just ask my family. Reply With Quote
BarnOwl's Avatar Nov 4, 2017 | 13:39 3 No worries at all, I'm the engineer behind it and I'd personally walk you through it start to finish if you needed it. If you can post on a forum, I guarantee you can do this!

We're located in Colorado Springs, CO.

Greg Reply With Quote
Nov 11, 2017 | 14:09 4 Just get a spypoint


Load the app, turn it on. Look at pictures. Done. Reply With Quote
BarnOwl's Avatar Nov 16, 2017 | 15:02 5 Sounds familiar.. Reply With Quote