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CudaCam is a cloud-connected, cloud-managed surveillance solution providing professional-grade features through a modern web browser or mobile device. CudaCam maintains your privacy. Everything recorded on the camera is fully encrypted and remains encrypted at all times – on the microSD card, on the Internet, and in cloud storage.

CudaCam cameras capture video when something happens, but do not record hours of nothing. For each video segment, object-based motion tracking captures a key image. You can scan thumbnail images of events to locate an event of interest, then review the video with a single click.

These thumbnail images are effective even over low bandwidth connections. Cameras only send the small images in real time, but store encrypted video locally on the microSD card. When more bandwidth is available, or when you want to watch a video, the video is uploaded to the cloud. You can schedule specific times to upload the video, so it never critically impacts your network bandwidth.

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