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Welcome to LiveView’s news roundup for Professional Security Companies, Systems Integrators and Wireless CCTV users.

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As our name suggests LiveView have been installing wireless CCTV for client’s to monitor live and recorded images for several years now. Increasingly users want to monitor sites where it is not practical, or even possible, to stream video over cabled Internet and Wireless CCTV is the only option.

Our wireless CCTV is ideal for transport, body-worn, permanent site or re-deployable solutions, where CCTV cameras are required on either a temporary or permanent basis. Wireless CCTV is of interest to security integrators, transport hauliers, rail and utility companies, councils, emergency services, construction and commercial organisations.

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LiveView wireless CCTV solutions offer cost-effective, wireless CCTV for almost any application with ground-breaking, high-quality video streaming technology over 4G, 3G and GPRS mobile phone, Wi-Fi and satellite networks.

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Wireless CCTV technology from LiveView allows users to engage professional monitoring stations to monitor live and recorded video, or alternatively self-monitoring on PCs, Lap-tops, Tablets and Smartphones. Both monitoring stations and clients can be alerted of intruders or events by camera system incorporating motion detection sensors or video analytics. Bi-directional audio is also available for audio challenges.

With LiveView’s wireless CCTV we like to think that you can install a camera anywhere … enabling clients to view whatever is important to them. The possibilities are endless ….

Whatever your wireless CCTV need you can be sure that LiveView can help.

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