Architects and design professionals from around the U.S. will gather May 14-16 for the 2015 AIA National Convention, one the largest events in the Architectural Industry. EarthCam is demonstrating its breakthrough camera technology, including the GigapixelCam X10, capable of producing 10 billion pixel panoramas for construction documentation.
As more and more architects are specifying construction cameras for clients to monitor and document progress, EarthCam has developed camera solutions for all job types, from private residences to large stadiums and skyscrapers. Clients also receive compelling marketing content to promote their projects on websites and social media outlets, including 15-second time-lapse movies for Instagram.
“We are proud to support the AIA and supply affordable technology resources for the Architectural Industry,” said Brian Cury, CEO and Founder of EarthCam. “Our focus on providing the highest quality images in the industry has resonated with architects and we are dedicated to delivering powerful camera solutions to document and showcase their work.”
The webcam technology and services firm is documenting the work of impressive construction projects in the host city of Atlanta, including HOK’s Porsche Cars North American Headquarters, 360 Architecture’s New Atlanta Stadium for the Falcons and Populous’ SunTrust Park, future home of the Atlanta Braves.
One of the highlights of this year’s convention is the recipient of the 2015 National AIA Honor Award, Interior Architecture. Davis Brody Bond will be honored for their work on the National September 11 Memorial Museum in lower Manhattan. EarthCam has documented over a decade of construction at the jobsite and yesterday announced the selection of Davis Brody Bond to design its 10-acre corporate campus in Upper Saddle River, NJ.
For over 18 years, EarthCam has documented projects by many design firms including: Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture; AECOM; BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group; ennead; Foster + Partners; FXFOWLE; Gehry Partners, LLP; Gensler; HDR Inc.; HKS Architects; HOK; Jean Nouvel; KPF; Perkins+Will; Renzo Piano Building Workshop; Rockwell Group; Shigeru Ban; Snøhetta; SOM; Stantec; Weiss/Manfredi and Zaha Hadid Architects, as well as projects for the Architect of the Capitol.
Visitors to EarthCam’s Exhibit #3576 will have the opportunity to view a demonstration of some newly introduced products, including the GigapixelCam X10 and StreamCam 4K, the first Ultra HD live jobsite camera. For teams who need to document a project’s interior, EarthCam’s Photography Documentation Services include an easy-to-use app to geo-tag mobile device images and embed them into 2D or 3D site plans.
To schedule a demonstration of the latest in construction camera technology, call 201-488-1111 or visit http://www.earthcam.net/contactus.
EarthCam is the global leader in delivering webcam content, technology and services. Founded in 1996, the company is headquartered in New Jersey and has 12 additional offices throughout the United States. EarthCam provides live streaming video and time-lapse construction cameras for corporate and government clients in major cities around the world. EarthCam's revolutionary gigapixel camera systems deliver superior billion pixel clarity for monitoring and archiving the world's most important projects and events. Most recently, EarthCam launched ConstructionCamTV.com, a new 24-hour online “TV channel” devoted to live construction cameras and educational time-lapse movies.
Projects documented by EarthCam include: 9/11 Memorial Museum, New Atlanta Stadium, Barclays Center, Statue of Liberty and Washington Monument Restorations, New NY Bridge, LaGuardia Airport, The Kingdom Tower in Jeddah, Panama Canal Expansion, Smithsonian Institution Restoration, Fifa World Cup 2022 Stadiums, Brickell City Centre, Minnesota Vikings Stadium, San Diego New Central Library, Qatar Rail, Whitney Museum of American Art, Louvre in Abu Dhabi, Levi’s Stadium and National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Learn more about EarthCam’s innovative solutions at http://www.earthcam.net/.