Viewing your MIDL dashbaord

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Our dashboard is web-based, meaning you can view your cameras from any device that have internet access. This includes mobile devices, computers, tablets, smart TVs, and more. Whether it is setting an alert in a moment’s notice for a person or vehicle of interest, asking MIDL if a certain object or activity was seen at your property over the past few days, or simply viewing camera streams (assuming you are using MIDL for surveillance) - all of it can be done from any device.

This also means you can take advantage of different devices for different use cases. For example, you can use a smart TV to display the interactive map of your property to monitor activity in real-time or use it to display simple camera streams. You can use your phone on the go to check in on real-time analytics such as occupancy, audience breakdown, or total traffic for the day. You can use your laptop or desktop to do everything. It is completely up to you.

But what happens in you want to deploy locally, is remote viewing still a possibility? If you would prefer a complete local deployment and do not want anything leaving your local network with no exceptions, that is not a problem and we will not allow remote viewing for the utmost security. What we can do to still achieve an extremely secure environment but allow remote viewing is deploy with a hybrid set-up. This means we can keep all of the data at your property, but when you would like to view remotely, we leverage a cloud-proxy to only share the requested data over a secure virtual private network that we establish for you. This means no data is sent over the public internet and in the very off chance someone would intercept the transmission of the data, they only get access to the small amount of requested data and not all of the data you have stored.

We have built MIDL to be extremely flexible to fit your needs. If you would like to have a conversation about the initiatives you are trying to achieve, reach out with the button below and let’s talk about it.

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