Monitoring 3000 Miles of Road in Minnesota, St. Louis County


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2nd Largest County East of Mississippi

Minnesota, St. Louis County is the second-largest county east of the Mississippi River.

This municipal government monitors over 3,000 miles of road including multiple facilities that store heavy machinery, sand, and salt for operations.

Mobilizing plows is a massive investment in both cost and manpower.

The solution required long-term reliability and durability for Minnesota’s punishing winter storms, making solar power connectivity and weather-proofing absolute priorities.

With Barn Owl Tech, St. Louis County’s resource management team receives photos, videos, and alerts whenever there is an inclement weather event or emergency.

What our clients are saying...

“The reliability factor has been very good. We are impressed with how the cameras have responded and their ability to maintain power.”

~ St. Louis County

Why choose Barn Owl?

  • We have complete outdoor wireless security camera systems with remote viewing capabilities that take photos or short videos on motion-detection, at scheduled times, or on-demand.
  • The best wildlife cameras built for all weather – Barn Owl is there 24/7 in all conditions.
  • Streamlined use through the Barn Owl app – check in on wildlife and remote property in one place.
  • Contract-free cell service plan – pay as you go with our preactivated SIM card.
  • Topnotch customer support – our dedicated team will help you work through any problems.
  • 45 day return policy – if you’re not satisfied, return your product within 45 days for a full refund.
  • 2 year warranty – we’ll repair or replace products or parts defective under normal use.

The Barn Owl cellular surveillance camera is useful for all types of properties. Whether you need a farm security camera, cellular surveillance camera, construction site camera, wildlife camera trap, or a cellular trail camera, Barn Owl is the best cellular security camera and will be there rain or shine.

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