Monitoring and surveillance systems directly accessible via tablet PCs. And ‘how the new application offers D-Link mydlink+ recently released iPad and Android. The ever more widespread needs of remote environments found in mydlink + released a new channel of communication by the use of a computer and available anywhere you have access to a Wi-Fi or 3G. From video surveillance of the home environment, parental control until the peripheral control of buildings, mydlink + offers instant access to streaming of network cameras.
The application D-Link mydlink+ can handle up to 4 streams simultaneously in as many boxes displayed on the screen. It ‘can easily switch to the enlarged view of a single pane to exploit a greater degree of image detail. With the push of a button you can save on your tablet a snapshot of the shooting. Likewise just a few touches to amend the list of cameras displayed in the event that you are possessed more than 4 sources. Access to the system mydlink is password protected to protect the video surveillance network from unauthorized access. At any time you can see information about the state of cameras managed by the application. Of note is an automatic notification of all new services mydlink.
D-Link mydlink+ is compatible with network camera technologies that support mydlink. In particular, the software is designed to work in conjunction with Day / Night Network Camera DCS-932L and the Wireless N Network Camera DCS-930L. The version available on the Android Market requires the presence of the Android operating system 1.6 or later. The download weighs around 3.3 MB while the cost to the scheme amounted to $ 4.99.