Ubiquiti AirVision Arrives

I finally got around to looking at the new AirVision software from Ubiquiti that is the companion product for the Ubiquiti AirCam. I have to say it is really nice. Everything is done through a web browser without silly Active-X controls so us Mac users are happy.

I created a quick Visio drawing and added our office cameras to it quick and easy using their drag and drop. I definitely recommend both Ubiquiti AirCam and Ubiquiti AirVision.
We received a large shipment of AirCams last week and every one flew out the door. We expect more next week at ISPSupplies.com.

Steve Discher

Steve Discher was born in Apple Valley, California and today makes his home in College Station, Texas with his wife and three children. He is a 1987 graduate of Texas A-M University and owns ISP Supplies, a wireless distribution company, and conducts MikroTik training classes. His hobbies include flying his Piper Cub and RV camping with his family.

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