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10 05, 2016

Construction Timelapses underway in Dublin

Project: Dorset Point, Student Accommodation Developer: 360 Developments Contractor: Bennett Construction   Project: Binary Hub, Bonham St Developer: 360 Developments Contractor: Bennett Construction Architect: O'Mahony Pike   Project: National Indoor Arena Developer: Buckingham Group & Heron Brothers JV Architect: Cooney Architects Project: Bolands Mills Developer: Savills Architect:   Evercam for Construction Project Management offers: Live View | [...]

1 04, 2016

A pub, a dog and a cat …

It's been a busy few months, here are some highlights .... We've moved offices - to The Waxie Dargle Pub ... (currently being refurbished) We've installed a new security guard: Charlie the cat and some backup monitoring: Shamoa the .... dog?

27 10, 2015

Camera Fragmentation – Hall of Fame

I was prompted to write this today when we came across a new feature on a camera whereby we're forced to send 2 requests in order to get a snapshot. Meet Starvedia.   Other candidates for our hall of fame are Ubiquiti for their session based cookie authentication and Samsung Techwin for going down the [...]

11 09, 2015

PTZ functionality goes live in time for FunctionalKats 2015 Dublin

KatsConf 2015 is on tomorrow in Dublin and at 11:30 there'll be a talk from Jose Garcia-Sacristan with insights into how he made it possible using the Phoenix Framework. Nicely implemented on the dashboard by Azhar: PTZ on Evercam Dashboard showing Pan Tilt Zoom and Presets   And on mobile by Liuting: Good work [...]

15 05, 2015

Try to teach the Germans something and they end up teaching you …

Vinnie and I went to CeBIT 2015 @ the Code-n stand this year full of enthusiasm to teach the Industry 4.0 enthusiasts how cameras could be integrated with IoT and triggered by events to capture images ... making for powerful, convincing documents. Well, it turns out they were one step ahead of us: Parking [...]

15 05, 2015

ElixirConfEU 2105 – An adventure in 3D printing

I had the good fortune of sharing a hotel with Hans Robeers who is working on a very cool Surf Fin Modelling tool, whose webservice is written in Elixir. Over a few beers we decided to model the Elixir Logo   using his software: Job nicely done ... the logo now existed as a beautiful 3D [...]