No prior training or specialized equipment is needed to successfully host a Seebird session on-site
1. Set Up
Host Seebird sessions from PC or mobile devices. For the full experience, purchase a Seebird camera kit.
2. Invite Participants
Use the Seebird platform to send invites to participants and manage session schedules.
3. Start Session
Up to 5 participants can join from anywhere in the world. Seebird allows the host to stream high quality video from up to 5 sources simultaneously.
Up to 5 remote participants can join a Seebird session. No prior training or software installation needed for PC or mobile devices
1. Receive Invite
Participants receive an invitation via email and are notified when the session has started.
2. Connect and document
Participants connect via web browser on either PC or mobile device and begin capturing data.
Automated watermarking, metadata, session records and email receipts make report generation and data management easy.
Seebird’s platform is unique because it allows the host to stream with up to 5 devices simultaneously. As your needs change, you can add or remove streams from screen sharing, mobile phones, borecopes, webcameras and even PTZ cameras. Complete 360° coverage of complex equipment and environments is made easy with Seebird.
Corporate IT rules can make access to specialized software difficult. By using web-based communication technology, Seebird only requires a web browser and access to the internet for participants to immediately utilize the platform. For remote PTZ control and adding additional mobile devices as wireless cameras, the Host will need to install the Seebird Connect (for PC) and Reach app (for mobile devices).
Seebird changes the game with simplified video stream management making the viewing of up to 10 video streams easy and controllable by the participants. By including the Falcon or Owl camera systems and the Seebird Connect app, participants can also control a PTZ camera remotely and follow activities without requiring on-site personnel to manage cameras.