Tag: remote site monitoring

Time-lapse camera system in situ at St Andrews Links Scotland

5 benefits of remote time-lapse capture

As one of the elements which gives time-lapse its versatility in many different scenarios, remote capture is a useful monitoring solution to know about. Here’s five reasons why.

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

7 benefits of construction site monitoring

An additional part of a full end-to-end professional time-lapse photography service includes construction site monitoring. We explore 7 key benefits of this visual solution in this sector.

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.

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.

Cladding installed on the FCC Environment job in Lincoln

Tracking building site progress with construction photography

Using the most modern technology on your construction site is nothing to be scared of on your construction site.

Featured today are some examples from the Time-Lapse Systems archive that show the quality a time-lapse camera can produce.

Aerial image overlooking the Tipner Park and Ride development

We Capture Two Major Projects in Portsmouth

We have just completed two major projects in Portsmouth: To document the replacement of the Northern Road Bridge in Cosham and the construction of a new Park and Ride facility in Tipner.

We installed a camera system in Cosham on 1st March 2013 to capture the Northern Road Bridge replacement. This project lasted almost 12 months, during which time we captured the entire process of replacement…