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Site Monitoring

Keep your eyes on the prize

The days of Closed Circuit Television are long gone. Surveillance has turned in to all out remote control over your assets and jobsites through the advancement of solar power, artificial intelligence, cellular connection speeds, the implementation of cloud based data storage and much more. Ecko360 Industrial’s roots are in CCTV so you can be assured we are unmatched when it comes to integrating different sensors, data, analytics etc to offer you a different level of site management.

Surveillance

Video surveillance cameras can allow stakeholders to view time-lapse video of the daily and nightly activities of the construction site. This enables them to monitor progress and identify and address potential problems before they happen. This can protect the health and lives of the workers and play a major role in loss prevention and construction delays and overruns.There is a wide range of issues that can affect the cost and smooth running of a construction site. Whether you have invested thousands or millions in a construction project, protecting and monitoring the goings-on there is vital.

Construction equipment theft is a major challenge for business owners. The National Equipment Register (NER) estimate the value of construction equipment stolen each year at between $300 million to $1 billion. That estimate is for equipment only and doesn’t include tools and building materials which are often easy targets for thieves. Less than 25% of stolen construction equipment is recovered each year. Sites without security present a low-risk, high-reward opportunity for thieves. ecko360 Industrial is a leading provider of mobile surveillance cameras, specifically designed to provide all-in-one site security for temporary sites such as construction, demolition and highways projects.

Access Control

All construction professions, including health and safety managers, project managers, field workers, and superintendents know that access control comes down to three things — the Three W’s of Labor Tracking:

Who — Is everyone where they are supposed to be? Is each worker properly authorized to be there?
When — Are workers visiting jobsite areas according to schedule? Is there any misunderstanding regarding access expectations?
Where — The fundamental labor tracking question: Where is everybody?
However, sticking to these three guidelines is a lot easier said than done. Many factors play into access control, and good intentions are constantly up against the volatility of day-to-day construction processes.

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Live Onsite Weather Data

When leasing our E.M.U. (Extensive Monitoring Unit) you can add an on-board weather station for an additional charge. This option allows you see rainfall, wind direction and speed, humidity, and more in real time.  These additional features come in handy during rain-out situations on jobs sites, archiving on-site weather data for future reference. These additional features provide actionable data, giving shot callers the information they need to make informed decisions.

Timelapse

The timelapse is a tool widely used on construction sites. There are many uses and vocations for a video timelapse.

Follow the progress and evolutions of the work The time lapse is a monitoring technique regularly used on construction and demolition sites. Thanks to a camera that takes pictures at regular intervals, it is possible to see the progress, evolutions, changes, or the necessary work done for each stage of the construction. This provides a short video that gives the illusion of time in an accelerated manner.

The timelapse also captures and lets revive the ephemeral, which is past and will never be again. This captured memory can then serve as a communication tool to demonstrate a unique construction expertise (for example).

Capture a memory and convert it into a communication tool The timelapse also captures and lets revive the ephemeral, which is past and will never be again. This captured memory can then serve as a communication tool to demonstrate a unique construction expertise.

Benefits of Live Feed

Archiving

Nobody can go back through time, but with the help of video recordings, you can check what happened in the past so that you can change things for the better.

Off Site Monitoring

Managers who cannot physically visit the construction site can rest assured that the project is going as planned if they are given access to real-time feeds. They can also record sections of the video if they like.

Security

If you are concerned about the security of the construction site, CCTV monitors and other video-capturing devices can record what’s happening in the area. It’s best to place the cameras in the storage warehouse or in highly sensitive areas of the project

Safety

Is your construction site equipped with sufficient safety measures to prevent accidents? Video captures allow project managers to review the site and implement safety precautions as needed.

Better Time Management

Live feeds allow project managers to multi-task. Even if they’re engaged in an off-site meeting, they can still check the progress through remote video.

Documentation & Marketing

Video logs are great for companies who want to view archives of past projects. Recording the project in video format can also be used for promotional purposes so stakeholders can appreciate the progress of the construction.

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