Setup a network camera and we'll watch it for you. Check on it any time.
We'll keep track of interesting images and alert you when something happens. We're starting off with basic motion detection. We keep the images around and organize them by time and day. We'll send you an email or a text message if you'd like when we detect something. Heading out of town for the weekend? Leave your camera pointed at the front door. If someone comes in, we'll text you.
You can also share your cameras with your friends or the whole world. We encourage sharing, but it's best not to share cameras located in ultra private spaces. Sorry, we don't allow adult content on our site. There are plenty of other places on the Internet if you're looking for that kind of stuff.
Who makes Sensr.net?
Adam Beguelin, PhD
Chief Executive Officer
Prior to founding Sensr.net, Adam was Vice President of AOL Video following the acquisition of Truveo by AOL. Preceding AOL's acquisition of Truveo, Adam was Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Truveo where he oversaw the company's technical direction. He has a PhD in Computer Science from CU Boulder and previously held a faculty position in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. He is a founder of CMU Silicon Valley and holds 10 patents.
Yacin Bahi, PhD
Chief Technology Officer
Yacin is an expert web developer with a passion for parallel computing. He has founded multiple Silicon Valley startups. Most recently his company Ybsis made a significant contribution to the launch of Fan Snap. Yacin holds a PhD in Applied Mathematics and Parallel Computing from Pierre et Marie Curie and Ecole Polytechnique in Paris.
Thomas Sheffler, PhD
Tom worked for Rambus as a Logical Architect and Verification Scientist, where he contributed to the design of the high-speed memory chips used in the Sony PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3. Prior to Rambus, Tom was a researcher at NASA Ames Research Center. Tom holds a PhD in Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and is a proud graduate of the University of Virginia. He is the author of numerous articles and holds 6 patents.