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TrueLook, a company that provides construction cameras combining live jobsite viewing, project time-lapsing, and HD security, offers tips to construction companies on how to implement solar-powered cameras at a jobsite or project location.
“Construction companies use various technologies on the jobsite and implementation is sometimes a challenge,” says Ken Pittman, TrueLook’s Chief Marketing Officer. “Though any kind of construction site monitoring system requires a power supply, some sites are so remote or unique that a solar-powered system may be the best option. This is also true when there are environmental concerns with the location.”
TrueLook is offering the following tips when considering implementation of solar-powered technology on the jobsite:
“Advances in technology have allowed solar powered camera systems to surface as a reliable alternative for remote sites,” Pittman said. “Projects wanting to leverage green technology or dealing with remote sites now have the answer. All solar packages come with a multi-day battery backup, and they draw their power solely from the sun and store it to the battery. Battery backup and automatic connection to the internet via cellular service set us apart from the other options on the market.”