The team behind a brand new Community Center pool in Excelsior Springs time-lapse project shared their story with CamDo. In the heart of Excelsior Springs, Missouri, the City embarked on a project to enhance the community experience – the construction of a new outdoor pool at the Community Center. Project Overview The
As we begin 2024, I find myself in a contemplative mood, reflecting on the year that has passed and the exciting times that lie ahead. It's been a remarkable year, particularly in AI and construction, sectors that have grown and thrived with innovation. At the heart of this evolution have been you, our valued customers
The construction industry faces many challenges, from cost pressures and resource constraints to improving safety and reducing environmental impacts. Construction companies face a myriad of pressures. The compromises between 'quality,' 'time,' and 'cost,' sometimes known as the 'quality triangle,' are a trade-off for the client/end user and the contractors delivering the project. These criteria are a constant push-pull through a project's lifecycle, manifesting in the challenges discussed below.
In today's fast-paced world, capturing the evolution of construction projects through time lapse photography has become an invaluable tool for project managers, contractors, and stakeholders. However, to truly leverage the power of timelapse for your construction project, you need a robust cloud platform that can store, manage, and share your visual data efficiently. This blog will guide you through choosing the right cloud platform for your construction time lapse project.
General Contractors need to know a lot about a lot! There are many moving parts in a fast-paced environment. For General Contractors, understanding MEP drawings is crucial to ensuring the project stays on schedule and adheres to the specifications outlined by the design team. Now, let's delve into the key aspects of MEP drawings that General Contractors need to be proficient with in this blog.
Cameras have had significant advancements and opened a world of possibilities in the construction industry. Using cameras on construction sites is not just for surveillance anymore.
Which camera types are best suited for your specific needs? How can you leverage these technologies to enhance efficiency and project outcomes? This blog guides us through the complex world of construction cameras and how to create a camera strategy for capturing all the important details of your construction project.
In the fast-paced world of construction, staying connected and informed about your project's progress is crucial. Thanks to technological advancements, remote monitoring of construction sites has become easier and more effective than ever. One powerful tool that has become table stakes is the time lapse camera paired with a cloud platform. In this article, we'll explore ten helpful tips for remotely monitoring your construction site using a time lapse camera and cloud platform
Construction Time Lapse is no longer just about marketing and progress capture. In the past, the technology involved inserting an SD card into the camera and hoping it would capture the images. You would only know whether it worked after completing the project. However, with the advent of the cloud connection and the upload of images, users can use the images to monitor the visual progress remotely. As the visual progress developed, so did the ability to integrate with construction management platforms. Now users can view progress and leverage the data with AI, generating actionable insights from the job site. This article will explore the five must-have features of an evolving construction time lapse camera.
The blog showcases a customer project where a warehouse is converted into a factory for manufacturing universal electric car chargers. The customer, Christopher Blumenshine, used UpBlink and a GoPro 11 on the "auto" setting to capture the time lapse footage. Mounting the time lapse system was a challenge, but the customer creatively used a tall ladder and zip ties to secure the unit in the desired location. A valuable tip shared by the customer is to set shorter intervals for capturing more images, allowing for flexibility in the editing process. The blog also mentions upcoming projects, including capturing an oil rig field and a college campus through time lapse. The customer's work showcases the power of time lapse in documenting progress and change.
We were a proud sponsor at the ENR FutureTech conference in San Francisco earlier this month. The event brought together industry leaders, innovators, and technology enthusiasts to explore the latest trends and advancements in the construction industry and proved to be an excellent platform for networking and knowledge sharing. Our newest blog article takes a look at some of the highlights and takeaways from the event.
CamDo is passionate about the future of construction technology, particularly for enhancing productivity and safety. We have recently focused on the evolution of our time lapse platform, adding AI to help your teams deliver projects on time and with more certainty. CamDo has the industry’s only purpose-built camera with new computer vision technology. Our new Jobsite Intelligence platform provides enhanced data that helps project managers build on time and improves worker productivity and safety.