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September 21, 2021
EarthCam imagery of major bridge projects including Goethals Bridge and Bay Bridge.
EarthCam imagery of major bridge projects including Goethals Bridge and Bay Bridge.

EarthCam is celebrating 25 years of innovation in construction camera technology, and remains the top choice for DOTs for time-lapse, monitoring, and visual data integration with partners such as Procore, Infotech, and Autodesk.

EarthCam's new 61 MegapixelCam Robotic provides live video for real-time progress monitoring, and has exceptional resolution—providing a new level of detail for cost-effective documentation and time-lapse video. EarthCam's 360° pan/tilt base makes it possible to automatically stitch imagery together and create amazing panoramic images of the entire project, creating an ideal solution for documenting even the tallest, widest projects. 

For decades, EarthCam has been a trusted partner for the largest scale infrastructure projects, such as San Francisco Bay Bridge, Mario Cuomo Bridge, Goethals Bridge, and Gerald Desmond Bridge. 

Using EarthCam's revolutionary detail enables infrastructure project managers to deliver the best images and visual data for invested stakeholders or people within the community to see the creation of the project from start to finish.

"Webcams and live video feeds of construction on the I-74 River Bridge project have had a tremendous positive impact, allowing the public to appreciate and feel a part of the hard work that goes into building the structure," said Tracy Morse, President/CEO at Images Inc., whose company is leading the public outreach for the I-74 corridor project. "Not only that, we’ve noticed that webcams and other photo documentation boost the excitement of those constructing the project.”

Contact EarthCam to discuss how we can bring 25 years of expertise to help monitor, document, and promote your next project: www.earthcam.net/contactus   

EarthCam imagery of the Mario Cuomo Bridge, I-74 Mississippi Bridge, and Bayonne Bridge.
EarthCam imagery of the Mario Cuomo Bridge, I-74 Mississippi Bridge, and Bayonne Bridge.

Editor's Note: Scranton Gillette Communications and the SGC Infrastructure Group are not liable for the accuracy, efficacy and validity of the claims made in this piece. The views expressed in this content do not reflect the position of the Roads & Bridges' Editorial Team.

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