After winning a £1.5 million grant the College of West Anglia have been given the go ahead to start the construction of its new £3 million technology block. With purpose-built workshops, classrooms and practical training facilities the new building is designed over two floors with a total area of 1,160 Square metres.
With such a large extension the college were keen to document the build and contacted us for a suitable solution. We recommended our RemoteManager webcam system, in order for the college to monitor the progress remotely and build an image archive of the construction. A 3G connection was provided as the site sat too far away from the connection already in place. This will allow for footage of the build to be distributed online for students and parents wishing to see the development. RemoteManager will also create a time-lapse film of the project.
Work began this month and is due to finish next summer when the system may then be moved to cover the demolition of an adjacent tower block.
Read more about the College of West Anglia technology block development.
Hamlyns of Scotland, a family food business with 14 generations of history in oat milling contacted us recently to install a static high quality camera to overlook the build of a wind turbine in order to endorse their greener energy solutions.
Using wind turbines allows Hamlyns to harvest natural energy to power their Plant. As this build took place in a remote location the camera was unable to link to a network, we therefore recommended implementing a stand alone camera solution with on-board image capturing. This video will then become a vital tool for Hamlyns to market the greener solutions they incorporate.
Time lapse videos are an effective way for businesses to promote an array of building development projects and are an ideal tool in connecting with consumers and shareholders over such developments.
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