The design concept is to have police/fire accounts pre-registered prior to an actual emergency happening. So the process is Nomination of account (responder sets up own account) -> Activate Sharing -> Deactivate Sharing.
What would your thought be for keeping the system secure, if you have accounts with no passwords? A single use weblink perhaps? But then if they close the page by mistake they lose access.
To allow access to the cameras, an account user must select the "Activate Responder Share" option, which sends an automatic message to the responder's email, and also allows them to log into the system to view the permitted cameras:
There is a specific task for responders called "First Responder" with contains a layout with the Account name (IPVM in this case), which opens the cameras that account has access to. This is a good feature for users that do not commonly access the system, and will not typically receive much system training prior to use:
Thanks for the questions, I will clarify in the report that activating responder share allows them to access the cameras through the Web and/or Mobile client.
Eagle Eye suffers from one of the same things Axis did IMO.....a hardware company trying to make software, and the UI tends to suffer. Great ideas and obviously has the back-end money to live a long time while in growth mode. Great marketing can often make a product successful regardless of shortcomings.