Category: iRis

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iRis news and blogs

Discover all the latest developments to our iRis viewing platform, in our iRis news section. Now in its third full incarnation, we are still constantly developing iRis 3.0 to make it even better for our clients.

The brand new iRis 4.0 time-lapse and site monitoring portal, displayed on a laptop

iRis 4.0 is here

Time-Lapse Systems launches iRis 4.0 – the brand new version of our revolutionary remote online viewing platform – giving clients the most comprehensive time-lapse and site monitoring experience available.

Time-Lapse Systems: just some recent numbers

We take a look at some of the updated statistics behind Time-Lapse Systems, including our most viewed tweets and videos, as well as our global reach across different sectors and locations.

Making time-lapse work for you

A short blog exploring the possibilities of time-lapse, both for different professional sectors and in a number of different applications.

Site monitoring: an additional benefit of time-lapse

The full potentiality of time-lapse photography rests on its dual capability as a video marketing tool and as a site monitoring solution. We consider the latter in some detail, exploring its various benefits for contractors, stakeholders, and other invested parties.

Our time-lapse edit shared by the BFI on Twitter

Live streaming – media, audiences and site monitoring

Site monitoring from remote time-lapse cameras pre-dates any of the public live streaming services that now dominate the social media universe. Why has the popularity of live, digital media soared in recent years and is time-lapse site monitoring still relevant?

Steel erection at South Essex College

Capturing construction with time-lapse

Innovative camera system solutions are now being taken full advantage of by contractors, with time-lapse now used extensively across the UK and beyond. Along with other modern image capture methods – including UAVs (drones) and mast photography – construction projects can be remotely captured and monitored for a wide range of uses.