The Arizona Game & Fish Commission, with the help of HDOnTap’s system design, live HD streaming, & installation services, have successfully brought the Sandhill Crane’s of White Water Draw in south eastern Arizona live to the internet for audiences around the world to enjoy!
Over 12,000,000 Hours of Streaming & 1.5 Million Viewers Reached!
Conservation Partners Launch Live Streaming Cameras on Two Endangered California Condor Nests: in a Central California Coastal Redwood Tree and in a Southern California Cliffside
NBC Nightly News Airs HDOnTap's Live Cam!
As of today, HDOnTap has streamed over 1.7 Million Hours of the Eaglet Pair which equates to over 900TB of data transfer. The response has been amazing! We expect to stream well over 10,000,000 Hours before the young fledge from the nest.
Were proud of our product and happy to be among 29 other companies to be selected as a top 30 Technology Innovations 2014 recipient!
CHURCHILL, MB, CANADA - Tim Sears and BJ Kirschhoffer are up in Churchill preparing our polar bear cameras for the upcoming season! Can you imagine setting up cameras that can operate in temperatures as low as negative 40?
DEL MAR — Comedians joke about the popularity of cat videos on YouTube, but Tim and Tiffany Sears have discovered there’s a huge and hungry audience online for wildlife and nature footage. For the past 3 1/2 years, the Solana Beach couple has traveled the world installing remote wildlife and nature cameras that stream high-definition video online.
Lights, cameras, eagles! Skidaway Island gets a live streaming eagle cam. Tim Sears, of HDOnTap, stood in the bucket of Southside Fire Department’s ladder truck No. 7 about 75 feet up in the tree Thursday and installed the first camera on a sturdy branch across from the nest.
A high-definition camera trained on a burrow near the nation's northernmost city is allowing researchers and any bird viewer with an Internet connection an unfettered view into the nesting den of an Arctic snowy owl.
HDOnTap installs an infrared live camera and microphone on top of a pole in willow thickets on Montana rangeland is aimed at a long-eared owl nest.
To mark this ancient ritual of the most dominant mammal trekking across this hemisphere, we at explore.org have partnered with Polar Bears International, Frontiers North Adventures and Parks Canada to stream the polar bear migration live in HD, from multiple locations.
Tim & Tiffany Sears of IP Video Specialists, Inc. featured in local CBS8 News Story for the Remote Live Brown Bear Camera Network they Built and Installed in Katmai National Park, Alaska.
Lumbering bears and shimmering salmon are delivered through a network installed and maintained by Tim and Tiffany Sears of Solana Beach.