Safety system. Advanced FTP WebCam Rescue Photo - Android Phone Web Cam with FTP support

Rescue Photo Software

Android Safety Photo


      
      Java program for surveillance using an Android smartphone. Webcam with FTP access to the photo storage.
      
      If an Android smartphone with the   Version 0.0   application is mounted in a car, you will receive pictures of the road along which the car passed. If the car is parked for a long time, you get a new vantage point.
      No special settings are required for use in the car, only reliable access to the mobile Internet is required
      When used in a car, an emergency shooting mode is available. You can press the dedicated MAKE PHOTO button, take a picture and start uploading to the web server.
      
      The question may arise - why the images are uploaded to the web server. Registering a web server is an additional task for the user. In fact, there are not so many ways to send a picture to a user - SMS, mail, client-server system.
      If you attach pictures to SMS messages, then you will have only one device for viewing images - the one that received the SMS message.
      To send pictures by mail, you need a mail client and set up access to your mail service. This makes your passwords and logins vulnerable.
      Uploading to a webserver is the most flexible option. You register a FREE website. You can change it as many times as you like. You can view pictures with any browser from any device. Pictures can be viewed simultaneously by several people.
      
      
      
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      You can use the web page with HTML and Java Script code. Such a web page can be hosted on any hosting. Or use the PHP web page and get more information. But then your free or paid hosting must support PHP.
      
      
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      Source codes of application modules are available on GitHub.


      
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      Android 10 Supported
      

Rescue Photo

Android phones safety system - Rescue PHOTO version 0.00 (technical release). (c) by Valery V Shmeleff
Android Safety System