The Wanco Remote-Video Monitoring System adds video monitoring and remote-access capability to Wanco matrix message signs. The system allows remote control of both the camera and the sign. Monitor traffic, change the message displayed on the sign, and control the day/night pan-tilt-zoom camera using your computer’s Web browser.
This intelligent transportation system (ITS) links your Wanco message sign and your computer wirelessly via cellular communications. You can monitor and control various aspects of the sign’s operation, and monitor traffic while controlling the integrated video camera.
How it works
Remote communication with the Remote-Video Monitoring System (RVMS) is possible using a computer, an Internet connection, and the cellular router installed at the message sign. Connect from the comfort of your office, a command center, or any Internet-enabled location.
At the heart of the RVMS is a high-speed 4G cellular router. Client software installed on your computer lets you use a standard Internet browser to “call up” the router. The RVMS video server provides access to the camera, while the router enables access to the sign’s NTCIP-compliant control system. A device server lets you view data from accessories such as radar and GPS.
The RVMS communications components include a cellular router, a signal amplifier to boost cellular signal strength, the message sign’s control software, various server components, and optional accessories. Internal connections at the message sign are prewired and preconfigured at the factory.
With Wanco client software installed, your computer can access and control the RVMS video camera, message sign, and accessories. Modify the message displayed on the sign; check the unit’s power levels; pan, tilt, and zoom the video camera, access radar and GPS data; and more, all without leaving your chair.
- Monitor work zones, traffic flow and road conditions
- Change the message displayed on the sign
- Remote control
- Real-time access
- Day/night, pan-tilt-zoom camera
- MPEG video
- NTCIP compliant
- Control camera power
- View radar* and GPS data
- NEMA equipment enclosure can be locked
- High-speed 4G cellular router
- Video server
- Industrial serial device server
- GPS data logger
- NEMA enclosure includes space for user-installed equipment
*Radar is optional equipment.
- Axis Q6042-E domed day/night, pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ), autofocus camera
- Choice of battery types and configurations
- Additional solar
- Combo-hitch for pintle hook and 2-inch ball hitch
- Heavy-duty lunette ring for 3-inch pintle hook
- Hydraulic surge brakes
- Electric brakes
SpecificationsDownload Full Specs
Axis P5624-E domed day/night, pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ), autofocus camera
360 degrees, endless
23X optical zoom and 12X digital zoom, total 2176X zoom
1280×720 (HDTV 720) to 320×180
High-speed 4G LTE Remote access only (no local access)
Wanco PWZ Logger
Electrically operated winch, telescoping tower rises to 122 inches (310cm) above top of message sign board
Maximum camera height
22 feet (6.7 meters) from ground
Cellular data plan required
Modem programmed by Wanco according to user-provided specifications
Sierra Wireless Airlink GX50X
Approved for use on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and others
Controls and monitoring software
MPEG video and PTZ camera control using Axis Video via Internet browser
NTCIP-compliant message board control and monitoring using Wanco remote software
Camera power control and monitoring and real-time radar* capture using Wanco LVD SCADA
Approach-only radar can be displayed on Portable Work Zone software, providing approximate speed of traffic
GPS data access using Virtual Port or GPS software with TCP/IP
*Camera and modem options available. Radar is optional equipment. For more information, please contact the factory.
Specifications subject to change without notice.