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cameras take pictures at
regular intervals for users to
view on a phone or computer.
In addition to solar power kits, the
company offers a 12-volt power supply that
can be charged by a generator, as well as a
standalone 12-volt battery kit for shorter
projects. Solar-powered mobile trailers are
also available for the cameras.
The company backs each of its cameras with a lifetime warranty and 30-day
money-back satisfaction guarantee. If a
customer is not happy with their camera,
it may be returned or exchanged for a full
refund within the first 30 days.
iBEAM continues to expand its offerings. "We
are growing because cameras are now so well
accepted in the industry; we're reaching the
point where cameras will be standard on every job site," Robertson says. "We are always
introducing new features, upgrading our
cameras and introducing higher-resolution
cameras as they become available."
The company seeks feedback from
its customers before introducing a new
product or feature. "iBEAM was started to
fill a real-world need, and everything we
have done along the way is based on that,"
Robertson says. "We don't introduce products and features because we can; we do it
because it adds value to our customers and
is based on what they're looking for."
For more information about iBEAM
camera solutions and to see cameras in
action, visit www.ibeamsystems.com or call
"Our executives were amazed that a camera running on solar power and a cellular modem could be set up to capture the progress of the building, and they watched in fascination
on their digital signage displays as work progressed. [iBEAM's] entire team has been wonderful from start to finish, and we have used and reused the images and time lapse movies
within our leadership and internal corporate videos."
- Bruce Dowdy, Guthy Renker
"We use the cameras every week in our team meetings to look at the sites live and
everyone on the team can really get a sense of what is going on and the progression of the
project. Our project manager also uses the cameras on a daily basis to confirm that we have
contractors on site and work is progressing as scheduled."
- Tiffany Leon, Wall Development Group
"Time-lapse video helps us illustrate how fast modular buildings are installed. It's quite
dramatic to see a building being installed in a few days as opposed to a few months with
conventional construction. We also use the cameras to document how our modular buildings
are assembled. It can be hard for our customers to visualize how 24 modules fit together
like Legos to create a building. Time-lapse video allows us to capture the installation so the
customer understands the process."
- Darleen Sita, Modspace
"Here are some of the more frequent use of our cameras that come to mind: the owner
keeping an eye on the project site via live streaming; documentation on progress made on
certain dates; safety or security footages after an incident; monitoring weather conditions
and time-lapse videos."
- Joe Tan, Devcon Construction
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