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Public Safety Motion Design Explainer Video

Public Safety Motion Design Explainer Video

Public Safety Motion Design Explainer Video

This video is dedicated to a new cloud based service for fire security that utilizes TowerlinQ advanced hardware solution 😍

We’ve went through our default pipeline and delivered gorgeous video with stylish and vibrant artistic style 👍🏻☝🏻

Zooms out on a series of buildings 🌃 which is in a US Midwestern city. It includes residential, hospitals, universities, warehouse type of buildings.

It shows the different functions of Iot: temperatures, plumbing working, fire, alert 🚨

Faster turn on the video and learn more 😝


About:

This video shows the benefits of using TowerIQ’s hardware while designing and installing fire security system for your estate.


From client:

This is another video that was supposed to be run as a presentation on the same American Tradeshow.
This video shares the same stylish and vibrant artistic style. But inclusion of human characters made it stand out as something different and original.


Video details & Credits:

▪ Duration: 60 seconds
▪ Format: 2d graphics with character animation
▪ Type: Animated Explainer Video
▪ Client: TowerIQ (USA)
▪ Production: Darvideo Animation Studio | darvideo.tv
▪ Timing: 6 weeks
▪ PM: Maks Zaglotskyi
▪ Sketches/Storyboard: Daniila Kolot
▪ CG Artist: Dmytro Novitskyi
▪ Animator: Yuriy Ivanov
▪ SFX: Pavel Drach


Story:

Rollup scene to a city, similar to that of the IoT video, then zoom in on one building.
The Camera (zooms) pans into a 50/50 split scene of the building, with the left side displaying the inner workings of a building and the right sideshowing a person engineering what will become TowerlinQ.
Zoom to another part of the building, showing a fire alarm technician
purchasing TowerlinQ online.
Scene of engineers meeting with a table of fire alarm technicians,
demonstrating each of the parts of the systems. This is meant to display how easy to install TowerlinQ is
Shot of engineers throwing away coax cable as we now have fire-rated cable for use. This includes ‘no carpentry or expensive fire wrap’.
Next scene zooms back to our original building, showing fire alarm
technicians easily installing TowerlinQ, with each components saying (Easy To Install, Reliable, Secure network, etc)
TowerlinQ operates across the spectrum, with the spectrum analyzer moving from left to right, and left again. This symbolizes how the gateways are software defined radios and can have a window over the spectrum.
Then, we zoom into the building showing how TowerIQ installations are working together.
Use transition to show data being moved to the TIQ.Cloud | Side shot of service partners viewing their account and seeing TIQ.Cloud data.
Zoom out to building/city, showing headline TowerlinQ:
Providing Signal
Where It Matters