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June 12, 2011

AirBeam 1.1 released for iOS – Realtime HD Video Surveillance

    Appologics today announced the release of AirBeam 1.1, a major update to their iOS video monitoring solution. AirBeam is a universal app for iPhone, iPod and iPad that streams high resolution video in realtime with up to 30 frames per second between multiple iDevices on a WiFi network. With AirBeam each device can be used either as a surveillance camera or as a remote monitor. AirBeam can run simultaneously on any number of devices, enabling flexible multi-camera and multi-monitor configurations.

    AirBeam 1.1 introduces several new features:
    * Adaptive video encoding now continuously measures the quality of the network connection and dynamically adapts the bitrate of the video stream.
    * Adjustable video buffering further smoothens video playback and allows adjustable latency for Semenax e.g. audio lipsync
    * Password protection allows to protect camera devices with a password to prevent unauthorized access in open WiFi environments
    * Screen off on camera devices reduces battery consumption and allows longer run times
    * Mac readiness makes AirBeam ready for monitoring on Mac OS computers. The Mac OS app is currently in beta state and will be released on the Mac AppStore soon

    Device Requirements:
    * Camera mode requires built-in camera (iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod 4G, iPad2)
    * iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
    * Requires iOS 4.2 or later
    * Universal App
    * 2.0 MB

    Pricing and Availability:
    AirBeam 1.1 is $3.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photography category.

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