Manage Captured Images and Automate Photo Management

Sensera’s SiteCloud users have an improved way to find and manage the images they capture on their camera and with their Sensera SitePOV Mobile App. Name, tag and caption any number of images for better visibility and management in SiteCloud. Whether you want to tag a series of pictures for project milestones or detail an incident at a site, our new tools will do just that. With greater picture management also comes the ability to search images via keyword or date range so you can quickly pull up what you need. Use the “Captured Images” list to view, search, name, tag, and caption any number of images for better visibility and management. Read more

Sensera’s SitePOV mobile app extends your SiteCloud software and cameras by providing a powerful, mobile photo management tool to your entire team. Capture construction progress images on the fly from around the site with a smartphone or tablet, while having management of those images fully automated by SiteCloud. Users can capture images anytime and they will be uploaded and organized instantly into your SiteCloud account alongside your fixed camera time-lapse images. No more fumbling with cloud folders, email or SD cards. Read more

You can also:
Enable project updates vie E-mail or Autodesk BIM 360
Annotate, compare, share, or archive your POV-Series images
Automatically create separate time-lapse videos from those of your installed camera
Allow your entire team to take a la carte images from your site for automatic organization within SiteCloud (Site Name, day, and time)

About David Gaw

David Gaw is an entrepreneur, having founded 2 companies and been the first hired executive in 2 others over the past 24 years. His first company, Coactive Networks, a pioneer in m2m/IoT, created some of the first hardware/software systems to connect devices such as thermostats to the Internet in the late 1990’s. Gaw has worked in various technology areas including wireless broadband, robotics, and AI software. He founded Sensera Systems in 2012 with the goal to dramatically simplify and reduce costs for remote monitoring systems by combining wireless and solar power.

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