The folks over at TrueLook Construction Cameras have made it even easier to monitor your construction site from anywhere in the world. To get their cellular webcams keeping an eye on your construction site simply remove it from the box and plug in the power cable. These plug and go cameras are instantly online once they are set up and can be viewed and controlled from any internet-capable device using TrueLook’s cloud-based software. These systems offer a quick, hassle-free installation that can easily be relocated as needed.
“I plugged in the camera for the first time and just like you said, it’s up and running. I don’t think I’ve ever used a piece of technology that is so easy to use,” said Juan Nava of The Buzz Oates Group of Companies.
TrueLook’s construction cameras allow users to remotely monitor their jobsites and to create HD time-lapse videos of their projects. TrueLook offers Fixed-Position and Pan-Tilt-Zoom construction cameras that can be wall, corner or pole mounted. Their cameras offer three methods of connectivity: Ethernet, wireless or 3G cellular internet. TrueLook partners with both Sprint and Verizon to ensure a wide net of coverage. TrueLook also offers solar power options for their cameras.
Clients can access their live webcams, view their archived images, and watch time-lapse videos through TrueLook’s web interface. This is accessed through either a secure URL or via TrueLook’s mobile app. TrueLook sends clients their login information so that they are ready to use their camera when it arrives. Other features within the webcam interface include live jobsite weather, image saving, photo sharing, camera presets, and powerful pan-tilt-zoom controls.
TrueLook began in 1995 as a pioneer in IP camera technology, called Perceptual Robotics, Inc. at the time. The company invented the first PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) webcam, which was renamed “TrueLook” in 1998. Over the past 18 years, TrueLook has delivered more than 2.2 billion images to over 100 million users. TrueLook has also deployed cameras on every continent of the globe – including the NASA camera on the South Pole. TrueLook is a portfolio company of SilkRoad Equity, a global private investment firm co-founded by Andrew “Flip” Filipowski and Matthew Roszak.