Camera Web Interface
Basic camera parameter setup is done through the Camera web interface. Accessing the camera web interface is described in "Connecting cameras" section. Next section will describe options listed in the Camera web interface and configuration options that can be changed.
The camera can be accessed using the following URL: https://<ip_address>:8443/. Camera and applications settings can be set here. This overview might differ depending on the camera manufacturer and model.
Displays the camera stream preview window. You can select which virtual camera's stream to preview and at which refresh rate.
Shows the Device ID which is a unique ID for each camera and will be displayed in the Device Management Portal when the camera is claimed. Additionally, Camera model, OS version, Firmware version and Uptime are displayed.
Here, you can also reboot the device or perform a Factory reset.
Enables the creation of privacy masks that overlay the video stream.
Allows the creation of additional sub-stream(s) which can cover a certain zone of interest in the camera's field of view.
On this page some additional video stream settings can be set like Exposure, Focus and White Balance, etc. These settings are dependent on camera make and model.
On this page we have four pre-configured video streams which can be additionally modified with regards to encoding, size, bitrate and I-frame interval.
This page displays various device health information: CPU/Memory/Storage usage, Connectivity, Temperature and App status.
Here you can add/remove users and set user's rights and permissions.
By default, Security and Safety Things cameras have the network set-up to receive the IP address via DHCP. On this page you can change different network parameters, disable the DHCP and set a specific IP.
Date & Time
This page allows the user to set the current date/time on the camera, synchronize with computer time and also to enable network time synchronization via NTP server.
On this page it's possible to perform a Firmware (OS version) OTA upgrade.
Here you can see all the installed applications, their status, version and also here you can start/stop or uninstall an application using the vertical 3-dot menu:
Application Health page provides some general information on currently installed applications on the device. Here you can see various details like the package name, CPU usage.
This page gives you the ability to connect your camera to Security and Safety Things cloud where you can install and manage the applications, buy additional licenses and monitor your camera's health. Also, if crash reporting is enabled, all the information about application crashes is sent to the cloud where it can be easily retrieved.
This page provides legal information for the OS.
Logs you out from the device.