A customer has a need for 2 or 3 cameras monitoring farm entrances.
They are remote locations, at least one of them without cell phone coverage.
He wants to be notified, via a monitoring station or via cell phone app, that a vehicle has entered the property.
Obviously there are a number of options in suburbia - AVTechs push video has worked well for us in the past, but the 3 challenges are lack of power, lack of cellphone communications, and the need for something covert (it will be damaged\stolen if overt - very remote!)
Any ideas from anyone that has required a similar solution in the past.
Is a satellite modem an option.
Customer doesn't want to be able to view live video, just be notified with an image if anyone enters.
First priority is confirmation of vehicle entering. Beams wont work as there are a number of animals which may cause false alarms.
Any ideas or help?