Avaak, the industry’s leader in easy-to-use video mesh networking technology, announced that it has launched VueZone, an Apple iPhone app that allows Vue personal video network users to remotely view their homes, families, friends, and businesses while on the go. Consumers who own a Vue personal video network system now have the ability to control their complete viewing, recording and sharing experience with the touch of a finger. The user-friendly Vue system combines real-time remote video viewing with the accessibility of the Internet through a network of small, battery-powered wire-free cameras.
The Vue personal video network is now shipping and is available for order on Amazon or the VueZone website. The Vue has already received early rave reviews from media and technology enthusiasts for its simple set-up and wireless video streaming capabilities, allowing consumers to see their families and businesses from virtually anywhere. The system, which combines real-time remote video viewing and the Internet, is comprised of a network of small, battery-powered wire-free cameras. The miniature cameras stream real-time video directly to the Internet. An innovative ultra low-power patented technology called FrameMesh allows the cameras to operate for up to a year without changing the battery.