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This topic contains articles related with different types of network cameras using the TCP/IP protocol.

  • 14/05/2016

    Many of the network IP cameras that can be found on the market use the Netwave protocol, based on CGI commands to obtain video images through an internal http server. In this article I will show how to build a simple application to control these cameras, which are typically used for surveillance and can make scan motions in addition to providing video images.

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    Sections related to hardware and peripheralsIP Cameras
  • 03/07/2016

    Axis is a Swedish brand, one of the world leaders in the video surveillance IP cams market, which has an extensive catalog of camera models that cover virtually any need. All its products have a common access protocol via HTTP, the VAPIX protocol, based on CGI commands, which makes it especially interesting to know.

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    Sections related to hardware and peripheralsIP Cameras
  • 03/03/2017

    In this series of articles I will do a bit of DIY to build a video surveillance and alarm system against home thefts, using relatively cheap materials and a program that will notify to your mobile phone in case of detecting intruders and allow you to take photographs of them to be able to immediately notify the police and provide them those photos. Rapid identification of thieves can be crucial for you to recover all our possessions quickly.

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  • 10/03/2017

    In this second article in the series on the ThiefWatcher homemade video surveillance system, I will explain the different protocols that the application uses to interact with its different components, which can be replaced by different new ones allowing a large number of combinations. There is a protocol to communicate with the camera, another to trigger the system, another to alerting the user remotely, and, finally, a protocol to exchange photographs and messages to manage the server from client devices.

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  • 17/03/2017

    With this article I finish the series dedicated to the ThiefWatcher solution, a homemade video surveillance system that is triggered when some intruder enter your home, alerts you by calling to the mobile phone and allows you to obtain at the moment pictures that you can use to help the police quickly identify the thieves and increase the chances of quickly recovering your stolen belongings. In this last article I will explain the App that is used as a remote client of the system.

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    Software developingProgramming in csharp languageMobile devices