Zylotech launched iPhone 3G compatible surveillance suite

One-Touch Smart G system will allow users to remotely receive automatic SMS or email updates of any suspicious behaviour recorded by the on-site surveillance system.

Zylotech Limited [ASX: ZYL] has become the first company to offer a surveillance suite compatible with the iPhone 3G.

The One-Touch Smart G surveillance system will allow users to receive camera snapshots or a live stream of surveillance camera images.

The system can be set up to automatically send users an email or SMS with snapshots and streams every time motion-sensors register a suspected intruder, or upon events such as a door opening or closing.

Users can also receive time-stamped pictures of every person who entered a building at a specific time.

One-Touch is also being sold with an optional i-Switch box, which will allow users to remotely turn on and off groups of lights or open and close gates using the iPhone's touch-screen.

The cost of the system starts at $695.

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