Established in 2001, Moreton Bay Systems (MBS) is an Australian based company operating worldwide with offices and representatives in Australasia, Europe and the US.
MBS through its Digilant trademark is a recognised global leader in solar powered video surveillance solutions, utilising its own international patented ultra low power video processing technology.
MBS offers a wide range of surveillance cameras to suit many applications including domestic and commercial security, covert, and solar powered outdoor video surveillance.
4 MPixel Solar Powered Mini PTZ Camera
4 MPixel Solar Powered Network Camera
8 MPixel Solar Powered Network Camera
2 MPixel Solar ANPR Camera
"Automatic Number Plate Recognition Camera"
The Solar-Cam NW is a rugged solar powered 4 MPixel PTZ (Pan-Tilt-Zoom) 4G/WiFi Surveillance Camera which is ideal for portable surveillance applications. The camera and solar panel are compact , light and easily transported to other locations if required. For more permanent locations, pre-programmed PTZ functions can be triggered by remote wireless motion detectors to carry out a scan of each area in the direction of the triggered motion detector and recording a video clip.
The solar powered 4 MPixel camera is ideal for construction monitoring as the camera can operate in Time lapse mode throughout the day and then when the site is shut down in the evening, the camera enables the wireless motion detectors to trigger the camera and floodlight if anyone enters the site.
WASTE DISPOSAL MONITORING
The solar powered 8 MPixel camera is ideal for waste disposal monitoring as the 4 x zoom lens can assist in identifying registration plates from 20-30m away. Each vehicle can trigger a still image.
Number Plate Recognition
The Solar-Cam ANPR is an ultra-low light 2 MPixel 4G solar powered Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR)
Camera for remote or unattended locations. The camera recognises registration plates to 98% accuracy and when a match occurs to a registration number on the ‘Blacklist’, an image of the vehicle and an image of the registration plate are immediately sent via a 4G modem to the WTW Dashboard for viewing.