US: EarthCam is bringing its latest innovation to the 2016 CMAA National Conference and Trade Show, October 9-11 in San Diego. Key themes for the event this year include the latest technological advancements surrounding virtual design and mixed reality.
The trade show is the perfect forum for EarthCam to present its drone and aerial imagery services to the construction industry, which will change the way project managers can document and promote their projects.
EarthCam Air combines EarthCam’s powerful webcam technology with Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) services, cloud-based storage solutions and distribution tools for sharing the unique content. EarthCam has discovered that when UAVs are combined with webcams, a powerful geospatial model emerges.
Throughout the life of the project, teams can attach webcam images, geo-tagged photographs and video analytics to the point cloud derived from drone flight data. The data-driven imagery provides valuable insight for construction management and a critical tool to support potential claims and disputes.
In addition, visitors to EarthCam’s exhibit will have the opportunity to view live webcam demonstrations of its leading systems, including the GigapixelCam X10 and the Mobile StreamCam 4K. The GigapixelCam X10 delivers the ultimate in time-lapse documentation, producing ultra-high definition imagery and unparalleled 10 billion pixel panoramas.
The Mobile StreamCam 4K is a battery-powered, wireless live video webcam and is the perfect solution for interior renovations and short-term construction projects. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn more about EarthCam’s new Software as a Service, Control Center 8.
Packed with exclusive features that users won’t find anywhere else, the next-generation software provides unique and innovative tools to monitor, document and promote projects of all sizes.
Elevating the benefits of its intelligent webcam technology, the software gives users access to high-quality 4K video for real-time management, large widescreen panoramas for detailed documentation and creative tools for instantly sharing time-lapse movies.