Mobile Phone Catches Cat Monday 3 September 2001 PDF Print Cat or cat-burglar, either can be caught on home video camera and transmitted to a mobile phone, laptop, palm pilot or fax machine anywhere in the world. As soon as the camera detects movement, an alert is sent by phone or e-mail, by video images to palm pilot, or frames on fax. Then a decision can be made whether it is a false alarm or something more sinister. The system is run by software from WebEye Alert supplied by Now International. It can be loaded onto a local pc or server connected to one or more windows compatible USB cameras or CCTV systems. Several cameras can be monitored from a single web site, and a running log can be kept on WebEye’s internet data base. The log can be called any time to monitor the camera. Suspicious frames can be rewound, saved and even sent to a third party to investigate. For more information contact Brian Jackson on 0208 286 8080, email firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.webeyealert.com About NOW Distribution NOW Distribution, founded in 1988, is an established supplier of leading edge technology in the corporate information market, specialising in wireless technologies. NOW has worked with Manx Telecom on the world’s first WAP 3G portal. WebEye will also feature in the colour 3G portal for in the Isle of Man later on this year. Contact: Brian Jackson Now International email@example.com Tel: 020-8286-8080 This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of NOW Distribution in the following categories: Consumer Technology, Personal Finance, Business & Finance, Computing & Telecoms, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.