EarthCam Demonstrates New 16 Megapixel Construction Cameras at 2011 CMAA National Conference and Trade Show in Washington, DC
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 07, 2011
EarthCam, the webcam technology experts, will demonstrate their new line of high definition construction cameras at the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) National Conference and Trade Show, November 7 & 8 at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, DC. This year's CMAA Conference marks EarthCam's sixth consecutive time as an exhibitor at this important industry event.
EarthCam's leading-edge construction camera technology will be on display at their exhibit (#408). Visitors will see demonstrations of their most advanced webcam technology, including EarthCam's new 16 megapixel construction cameras.
The new 16 MegapixelCam Advanced is designed for professionals seeking superior quality documentation for small to large scale projects. This heavy-duty outdoor system is housed in a thermostatically-regulated, corrosion-resistant black enclosure, and the inclusion of a maintenance-free wiper ensures optimal image clarity. This cutting-edge system is programmed to automatically capture large 4,928 x 3,264 high definition images continuously 24/7. A widescreen live streaming video preview allows users to quickly take on-demand snapshots at any time of their project remotely. The powerful system relies on a fast, dependable, solid-state Linux system and features self-healing technology.
EarthCam recently installed a custom version of the 16 MegapixelCam on the torch balcony of the Statue of Liberty as a gift for the 125th anniversary celebrations. The high definition cameras deliver unmatched views of the New York and New Jersey skylines, Ellis Island and the NY/NJ Harbor. To see the Statue of Liberty Cams live, visit http://www.earthcam.com/statueofliberty.
This innovative system has several stand-out features, including High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging. With this setting, the camera will take multiple photographs at various exposures and compile them to produce an image that most accurately represents the human eye. Creative imaging effects are made available, including Architectural Miniature, Artistic Color Sketch and Cinematic Black & White. This new system captures not only high quality images, but also creates artistic renderings that are perfectly suited for the web, print and theatrical-quality time-lapse movies.
Powered by EarthCam's Control Center 7 comprehensive webcam Software as a Service (SaaS), project managers can easily view their site from any computer or mobile device. With enhanced accessibility, professionals are able to analyze jobsite activities, document progress and make qualified decisions quickly, all while viewing their project remotely.
Each EarthCam camera can be customized with solar and wireless options, including transmitting over new fast 4G wireless networks. EarthCam offers installation services worldwide and meets requirements for construction projects of almost any length and budget.
EarthCam is the recognized global leader in providing webcam content, technology and services to business and government agencies. The company, which started in 1996, offers construction camera technology and services to some of the largest international construction companies and developers in the world. 36 State Departments of Transportation and 80 of the Top 100 construction companies rely on EarthCam's expertise to monitor and document their projects. Current projects documented by EarthCam include: Flight 93 National Memorial, National September 11 Memorial & Museum, Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial, Panama Canal, Smithsonian Institution, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, Madison Square Garden, Hong Kong Disneyland, Los Angeles International Airport, Denver Union Station, George W. Bush Presidential Library, National Institute of Health, Whitney Museum of American Art, Guggenheim and Louvre.
Visit EarthCam at http://www.earthcam.net.
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