Category: Site Monitoring

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Site monitoring news and blogs

A principle specialism of Time-Lapse Systems, our clients often discover how invaluable remote time-lapse is to their projects. Discover just some of the many businesses we have helped with our services in our site monitoring news section.

Time-lapsing in the depths of the underground rail networks in Central London for the Postal Museum.

Time-lapsing in iconic UK locations – Part One

“Above and below ground, brand new structures and historic vessels, theme parks and iconic venues.” Time-lapsing unique projects in iconic locations across the UK is something that we know how to do particularly well.

A crane in view with construction underway at Wellington Place for MEPC.

Professional time-lapse on-the-go

Time-lapse “‘on-the-go’ does not necessarily mean a lesser quality version when it comes to professional time-lapse photography and site monitoring providers.” We consider this element of a full end-to-end service.

Time-lapse capture of road improvement works in challenging outdoor conditions.

Outdoor time-lapse capture – a toolkit

Time-lapsing outdoors does present challenging work conditions for professional providers but part of the job is ensuring consistent, quality capture throughout. We consider what is needed.

HD time-lapse image of a construction site.

Managing construction projects with remote photography

The benefits of sustained, closely managed capture are numerous – especially when this can be done from a location remote to site. We detail what you need to know about this versatile construction monitoring solution.

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 camera system in situ at St Andrews Links Scotland

The ‘slow’ process of time-lapse photography

Time-lapse photography can be understood as an incredibly ‘slow’ process. Far from being a detriment, however, the extent of what is put in is reflected in the quality of the finished product.