Following their hugely successful deployment all over the UK, the Meteor MRC Remote Camera Systems and the MeteorCloud web services will be on display at the MTRComs stand, number 401 in Hall B2 at the IFAT 2022 exhibition, which takes place at the Munich Messe from 30th May to 3rd June.
As a specialist manufacturer of remote cameras, MTRComs has established an office in Osnabrück, Germany, as part of the company’s expansion across 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.”
Typically, the MTRComs cameras are used to monitor important remote assets such as grilles, screens, channels, culverts and automated remote structures. Andrew says: “They are ideal for sites without mains power and communications infrastructure. This is because our low-power cameras are easy to deploy and are able to deliver both regular and on-demand images over cellular networks.”
The main advantage of remote cameras is that users are able to view sites remotely before deciding whether a visit is necessary, and also to determine what resources would be necessary for that visit. This means that less site visits are necessary, and wireless connectivity also means that operations such as camera configuration and firmware updates can be conducted remotely.
Andrew Scott and Matt Dibbs will be on the MTRComs stand to welcome IFAT visitors and provide live demonstrations of the company’s technologies.