Aerimis remote environmental monitoring systems will keep you in the picture anywhere in the world*
True global coverage for monitoring the effects of climate change using the Iridium satellite network
Designed to reliably monitor remote locations in extreme and inhospitable environments, Aerimis camera systems provide valuable images from virtually anywhere on earth*.
Aerimis cameras are turnkey systems and can be deployed for months or years unattended and provide a vital connection by delivering up-to-date photos of your remote location. Aerimis cameras will be fully integrated with your current Nupoint camera system network.
Aerimis cameras provide reliable photographs of remote locations anywhere in the world.
*Excluding Iridium red zones. Aerimis cameras are also available for cellular (international coverage).
Observe the effects of climate change in real time with an Aerimis system
Climate Change Monitoring
An invaluable tool used by scientists and environmentalist to manage global warming monitoring.
A wildfire monitoring system designed to save time, money, and our forests.
Water, Ice, and Snow
Effectively monitor and collect critical data of water levels and ice and snow conditions of your remote locations.
Remote Travel Safety
Keep travelers safe by monitoring weather, road, rail track, and airstrip conditions in remote destinations.
IRIDIUM SATELLITE NETWORK FOR GLOBAL CONNECTIVITY
Aerimis cameras connect people and devices through a constellation of Iridium satellite networks close to home and in the world’s most remote places*. Other Nupoint Systems’ cameras also operate on cellular networks around the globe or on the Globalstar network within North America.
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