Tradeshow Educational Infographics Video
Public Safety Motion Design Explainer Video shows the benefits of using TowerIQ’s hardware while designing and installing fire security system for your estate 🏡
This is video that was supposed to be run as a presentation on the same American Tradeshow 👌🏻
It shares the same stylish and vibrant artistic style 👍🏻 But inclusion of human characters made it stand out as something different and original 🤗
See how it works ✨
This video is dedicated to a new cloud based service for fire security that utilizes TowerlinQ advanced hardware solution.
The video was supposed to be run as a presentation on a huge American Tradeshow.
Within the limited timeframe we’ve went through our default pipeline and delivered gorgeous videos with stylish and vibrant artistic style.
Video details & Credits:
▪ Duration: 60 seconds
▪ Format: 2d graphics
▪ 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
Zooms out on a series of buildings, not skyscrapers, but giving the message that it is a US Midwestern city (say Denver). The city should include residential, hospitals, universities, warehouse type of buildings.
“Zoom into one building, showing the different functions of IoT:
Temperatures, plumbing working, fire, alert”
Have the IoT sensors slide to the side, revealing a TowerlinQ Gateway in the middle of the Smart Building.
Show the Sensors transmitting to the TowerlinQ Gateway, similar to the video in Reference 4.
The camera pans down the building to a Building Information Server. Information is then routed from the TowerlinQ Gateway to the Building Information Server.
The Building Information Server is shown relaying informatoin to local controllers as well as CitylinQ Gateways.
The CitylinQ Gateway dials to the Cloud Scene
Property Managers log into TIQ.Cloud program, see their building is having a fluctuation in high temperature
Responders/Property Managers get the call, log onto the TIQ.Cloud program, monitor the health of the Smart Building, and show TIQ.Cloud relaying information to other cloud programs. This could be demonstrated through data moving to other drawn ‘clouds’.
TowerlinQ: Life-Safety Grade Smart Buildings – zooms out to IoT circle of functions like the video we sent.