PanoCloud cameras – the ideal solution for your industry!
Our solutions are already implemented in many industry sectors – whether for controlling the temperature in transformer stations or for icing control on wind turbines – you benefit from customer-oriented solutions suitable for your machines.
Energy provider – monitor your machines with a mouse click, thermal imaging cameras offer the optimal solution. This makes it easy to measure simple temperature fluctuations during continuous operation as well as peak values. Due to a temperature documentation, you see at a glance which machines are no longer running optimally. A monitoring alerts you immediately if critical temperatures exceed. Different temperature ranges can be linked with several alarm levels.
Thermal imaging of a transformer station (above) with documentation and image archive (below).
- robust outdoor system, designed for continuous operations
- Megapixel HD cameras for high-resolution images
- integration into your homepage with web analysis
- optional with real time livestream
- optional with virtual reality function with a 360° panorama
- optional PanoCloud Viewer
- optional weather forecast by outdoor locations
Wind turbines – besides the ecological conditions in windparks, our cameras monitor also the icing conditions of wind turbines during winter. With one camera, you can keep track of several wind turbines at one time. For public relations, the camera images can be integrated into homepages or real time live streaming videos can be presented.
Traffic monitoring – make quick decisions at traffic jams, accidents or construction sites! Get information about the current road conditions and keep the overview. You decide whether several cameras or a 360° panoramic camera is best suited to monitor your streets.
Wildlife watching – right at the action with one mouse click. Watch the rearing of the young animals and their feeding and breeding places in the wild!
PANOCLOUD INDUSTRY CAMERAS
Sea eagle watching live
Wildlife watching is now possible with a camouflaged camera. Here it was placed on a tree at the height of a sea eagle nest to observe the breeding behavior.