Remotely control your IoT surveillance camera with a direct P2P connection

Upgrade your smart surveillance security solutions with Nabto’s P2P technology, and enable remote control, low latency, and many other benefits. Nabto uses state-of-the-art, standard-based security technology that ensures your customers’ full privacy. Integration is easy, simply and transparently inject a Nabto tunnel between your existing surveillance client and the video service from the camera.

Request – Response RPC

  • Remote configuration of the surveillance camera
  • Remote arming and disarming of surveillance
  • Control when the camera is on or off.

Streaming

  • Real-time video transmission with unsurpassed P2P ratio (98% in EU as of February 2020)
  • Monitor the activity of your secured areas via video streaming.
  • Access larger amounts of data, e.g. log data
  • Send firmware updates to devices
  • Ultra-simple remote access to existing services: Inject a Nabto Tunnel between existing TCP client and service on device to transparently proxy access.

Push

  • Device-initiated communication towards base station cloud infrastructure
  • Get push notifications e.g. for motion detection or other incidents

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High privacy of your data

Nabto uses end-to-end encrypted technology to maintain high privacy for communicating with IoT surveillance cameras, providing you with complete peace of mind.

Strong security

Nabto’s platform provides mechanisms for secure authentication of clients and devices, meaning your users can rest assured only authorized people can access the video feeds and it is only the intended video feed they are viewing

Offline possibilities

With Nabto, the IoT video camera can be accessed locally, even when offline, transparently to both the application developer and user.

Live streaming with low latency

  • High P2P ratio as platform supports symmetric NAT traversal
  • Transparent relay when P2P is not possible due to firewall configuration
  • Nabto’s technology directly connects the user client (e.g. smartphone) to the camera, resulting in the lowest possible transfer time from camera to client.