Norfolk Island Sooty Terns

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Subject: Norfolk Island Sooty Terns
From: "Tom Sjolund" <>
Date: Sun, 24 Oct 2010 19:21:31 +1000
Hi all,

Flying over to Norfolk Island on Wednesday to set up 3 high resolution IP
surveillance cameras for a study on Sooty Terns.  3 study sites have been
chosen on Phillip Island (7km off the coast of Norfolk).  Each camera will
be connected wirelessly to a common access point which in turn is connected
to a wireless bridge to Norfolk Island.  Each camera also has onboard
storage of video and pictures which can be accessed and downloaded.  All
equipment is powered by solar panels/battery all developed locally here in
Central Queensland.  Federal National Parks staff will be able to access
both live video and stored video/pictures from their office minimizing
impact on the breeding Sooty Terns.

It is hoped that some live vision will be available through their website as
well so, keep a look out. 

For more info





Tom Sjolund

Video Surveillance Consultant

Security Providers Licence: 3256234

38 Shaw Av.,

Yeppoon  Qld.  4703

Phone: (07) 4911 2730

Mobile: 0402 245 353


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