There are absolutely construction solutions that can do both; however, progress and security considerations are usually quite different. With productivity monitoring, you want to see the entire site and each elevation of the build with a focus on progress, accuracy and avoidance of rework. In this … Read More about Can Construction Solutions Provide Progress and Security Monitoring?
There are two main use cases for ‘alerting’ technology on today’s jobsite: Security and Safety. Security: Security specific cameras should have a richer set of capabilities that include motion detection, low-light video and image capture, continuous video recording, and alerting. The most relia … Read More about What Security and Safety Alerting Tech is right for You?
Tip 3: Leveraging Your Camera’s Interface for Success If you’re monitoring your construction site remotely, there are some features that you may find particularly useful. Knowing how to leverage these features can save you time and money. Live Video Streaming Your camera interface should allow you t … Read More about 3 Tips for Protecting Your Construction Site During a Shutdown (Part 3)
Tip 2: Optimizing Your Camera’s Features for Surveillance Site cameras have many great features that can vary by brand and model. It’s important to know which features and capabilities your camera has and how to use them effectively for remote monitoring and security. Video Motion Detection (VM … Read More about 3 Tips for Protecting Your Construction Site During a Shutdown (Part 2)
Tip 1: Using Your Site Cameras for Remote Monitoring & Security Like many industries, construction has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Most major cities have shut down all but essential construction projects, with more likely to follow. As a GC, project manager or superintendent one of … Read More about 3 Tips for Protecting Your Construction Site During a Shutdown (Part 1)