During the Expo, CellGate will introduce their Latest Product, CellCam: a Completely Self-Contained Stand-Alone Solar Security Camera.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) December 28, 2015
Cellular security company, CellGate, will introduce their newest product, CellCam, at the 2016 Dallas Safari Club Convention and Sporting Expo in Dallas, January 7th-10th. CellCam is a self-contained, stand-alone cellular camera designed to be installed absolutely anywhere a customer wants or needs to photographically monitor activity or assets. Applications are virtually endless, but CellGate President Noel Gouldin believes that CellCam can routinely be used to monitor food and water levels for animals in hard-to-reach areas, monitor valuable equipment, and view remote buildings or locations; needs that many attendees at the annual Dallas Safari Club Convention will have.
Once a CellCam camera is installed at the desired location, pictures are immediately transmitted to CellGate’s ‘Automated Controlled Center’, a portal hosted by Microsoft’s Azure cloud based service. Pictures are stored for six months, and can be easily accessed by CellGate’s smart phone application, text message or via any computer with a web browser.
The Dallas Safari Club’s annual convention is a gathering point for hunting devotees, conservationists and wildlife enthusiasts from the U.S. and around the world. Despite the organization’s name, the Dallas Safari Club Convention attendees do not just focus on wildlife and travel interests while at the Convention. Many of the attendees have ranches, exotic animal breeding facilities and other remote properties, thus learning about CellGate’s cellular access control products adds another point of value and interest to the show. Monitoring and securing remote locations is a niche that Dallas-based CellGate has been addressing with their suite of cellular security products for the last decade. Consequently, CellGate will be exhibiting their entire line of cellular security products at the 2016 ‘Conservation’ DSC Convention and Sporting Expo. The Expo is held at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Downtown Dallas, located at 650 S. Griffin Street.
CellGate has exhibited at the Dallas Safari Club’s annual convention for a number of years, and has affirmed that its suite of cellular, server-based access control and monitoring products provide solutions to many of the attendees’ unique demands. “Attendees at the Dallas Safari Club Convention come to our booth with all kinds of security and monitoring requests,” says Gouldin. “We get requests for all kinds of cellular access control features. Many attendees want the convenience of opening their gate from their cell phone on demand, capturing photos of entry/exit activity, managing access using restricted access codes, creating gate hold open schedules and receiving important gate alerts, just to name a few. We also get a huge number of requests for the Wireless Traps system that assist land owners in safely capturing wildlife into enclosed pens—all controlled from their cellular phone and web portal. These are all customer needs that CellGate’s suite of cellular security products can easily fill.”
To learn more about CellCam and the rest of CellGate’s suite of cellular security products, visit http://www.cell-gate.com or visit them at Booth 456 during the 2016 Dallas Safari Club Convention. Conference Attendee details can be found at http://www.biggame.org/convention/.
CellGate provides products and services for remote monitoring over cellular networks. They are the only technology company with a complete suite of cellular-based security products—encompassing smart keypad entry, voice and camera solutions. With their smart phone application and proprietary web-based portal built on Microsoft Azure’s cloud service, CellGate offers flexibility found in no other access control or monitoring solution. Visit http://www.cell-gate.com for more information and to view a live demo.
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