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Remote Construction Site Monitoring, Part 6: Live Streaming Your Site with Cameras

We’ve talked at length about how to get detailed ‘ground truth’ information from each of your construction sites through the first 5 articles of this series, but now it’s time to focus on combining that information with cameras giving you a live view of what’s happening on site.

Monitor progress on your site with a live view.

Now you can understand who is on site, make sure that everyone is compliant and the perimeter is secure, but you also need to be able to see with your own eyes what is going on. Having a camera solution which live streams what it records is an ideal solution for remote site monitoring and progress reporting. From any location, you can prepare reports on what’s happening while directly viewing on site activity. Typically, this is even more information than you would have access to if you were physically present.

With enough coverage, cameras offer the ability to monitor safety concerns, machinery activity, security issues and construction progress in all areas of the site.

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