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Sensera Systems Launches New Solar Site Cameras

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 October 14, 2021

Sensera Systems, which develops all-in-one compact-solar site cameras, has announced the release of its third-generation camera models. The new models represent seven years of refinement and lessons learned from customers across thousands of job sites, and incorporate advancements to lower pricing, increase reliability, and improve performance and ease of use.

The new MC26 fixed position camera model is available at only $1,999, complete with continuous video recording, 1080p live streaming, and high-definition time-lapse capabilities.

“This is a major step in Sensera continuing to execute on our original vision to make site cameras flexible, reliable and affordable for construction and municipal customers,” said David Gaw, founder and CEO of Sensera Systems. “Our engineering team has done a fantastic job taking customer feedback and what we have learned in the field to create a new lineup of SiteCloud cameras that will continue to lead the market in innovation and price/performance. The new camera architecture provides an important foundation to continue to provide real-time jobsite intelligence via visual monitoring.”

The new cameras were redesigned from the inside out to provide new features and capabilities, including:

  • Wider fields-of-view on all models, providing more site coverage;
  • Improved image quality with clear, high-resolution images up to 13 megapixels, 4K time-lapse video, and recorded video up to 1080p HD
  • Larger edge-recording capabilities (DVR) up to 512GB, providing up to 137 days of high-resolution continuous video recording;
  • Improved reliability for robust, 24/7 operation in all environments, backed up by a three-year warranty.

The new cameras also offer universal 4G/LTE connectivity using eSIM technology. As part of Sensera’s SiteCloud service, wireless carriers for specific devices are updated automatically over the air, ensuring optimal camera connectivity for any given location, and also ensuring seamless, uninterrupted wireless coverage when moving systems from one site to another. The cameras support hundreds of wireless carriers worldwide, the company said.

 The cameras are powered by the  SiteCloud platform, which provides software for viewing, monitoring and sharing real-time data, detecting actionable insights, and simplifying workflow. SiteCloud is tightly integrated with Sensera’s complete line of fixed position and security cameras, mobile apps and its SiteCloud-AERIAL drone photography services to support improved productivity, quality, safety and automated documentation from a web interface. The platform also integrates with Procore, Autodesk Construction Cloud, and PlanGrid.

More details on the systems are available at the Sensera Systems website.


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