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In the age of COVID-19, there is an increased focus on the health and safety of everyone involved with your construction project. And part of the way to achieve this is a shift towards new ways to use technology, including remote monitoring.
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CamDo Customer Seth Larson recently shared a long term construction time lapse video of a recently completed construction project by Stel Builders, a residential remodeling company based in San Diego, CA. The project consisted of the demolition of a garage structure and construction of a garage with a rental unit on top. 
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We are thrilled to announce our expansion of integration capabilities with a leading construction management software platform: Autodesk BIM 360.

Beginning immediately, you'll be able to integrate your CamDo construction time lapse and site monitoring technology into your BIM 360 Dashboard.

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One strength of time lapse photography is its ability to show large, complicated processes in a way our brains can comprehend. It allows us to understand scale. As a music lover, I’ve always found stage construction time lapses interesting. I’ve found myself sitting at shows in large stadiums looking at enormous, intricate stages and productions wondering just what goes into bringing this to life. The German industrial metal band, Rammstein, gives us a peek behind the curtain with a time lapse video highlighting the entire process. 
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As we mentioned in last week’s in the summary from our time at the Advancing Construction Technology event, the need for greater visualization into projects was a recurring theme during our time at the event. This week, we wanted to explore this concept a little more in depth, especially as it relates to our long term construction time lapse offerings
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CamDo was invited to attend the Advancing Construction Technology event as a Technology Provider, and present on innovation. The event was intended to “Leverage technology to increase operational productivity, quality and safety. The following summarizes our take on the two day conference + one day workshop, along with some general industry trends.

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Our customers have diverse needs. So we built versatile, highly customizable products that can be deployed anywhere: on a massive construction sitebeneath the ocean's surface, spanning seasons in the backcountry ...and even in Antarctica in sub-zero temperatures.

No matter where you place your kit, you can trust that your system will be easy to deploy, protected in a rugged enclosure, and cost-effective... with high quality 4K footage as a result. Below are some of our favorite customer projects from land, to sea, to sky, and everything in between. 

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Last week, we featured the transformation of the derelict Carmelite Convent into the Chichester Free School. The team at Metropolis Visual did so many things right on this project. Not only did they create a stunning video highlighting the project, but they also created progress videos to allow the public to follow along with the progress.
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Video is highly effective. This is an undeniable fact. Whether it is because people have short attention spans or prefer engaging with moving images, video has become a marketing force that cannot be ignored. If you haven’t included video in your construction marketing strategy, it’s time to start. And we can help!
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While we’re not in the business of construction site security, it is top of mind for many of our customers. And it’s something we care about too. Customers occasionally bring this issue up during discussion of upcoming projects. It’s an important aspect of the process - and photography does have a role in ensuring your site is safe and secure.
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Last year, we featured a highway construction time lapse done by Utah Department of Transportation that was submitted by Bobby Gibson of InBlue Productions. The first video was a progress video that illustrated one piece of a much larger pie. This project turned a highway into a freeway-style road, which consisted of building ramps/underpasses for all the busy cross streets for the highway.
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