A free CCTV system for your neighbourhood? Jabbakam are giving one away
Want to find out just who keeps putting binbags and rotting mattresses outside your door? Or who keeps chucking litter over the hedge? Perhaps rigging up some private surveillance cameras would help.
Yes. I realise that sounds a little extreme. But the makers of Jabbakam, a security camera based system that enables multiple users to monitor cameras on the web, say it isn’t – as long as you ask the local council.
They are giving away one free Jabbakam system on their Facebook Page. Submit a picture of a problem in your neighbourhood – a fly-tip, broken sign or some graffitti and they will give the free system to the person whose situation looks worst. You’ll get a Y-cam internet camera which normally costs £318 on Amazon, plus access to the Jabbakam web based monitoring network.
The cameras are like weather-proof webcams that can connect to the internet remotely and can send over footage to a private website. I suppose on the friendly side you could see them as tech-ennabled neighbourhood watch schemes. The camera is above. The video recordings looks like the set-up below:
Jabbakam on Facebook
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Maplin sells IP-Cameras for a heck of a lot under £300!