Intelligent Jobsite Security

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Stay Informed

Advanced Jobsite Security Cameras with Motion Alerts

TrueLook records continuous video in HD 1080p – far exceeding most other construction site security cameras. Intelligent Security features allow users to capture and review jobsite incidents, trespassing and thefts. Customizable motion alerts, which can be set up to deliver via email and/or text, alert you to activity on your site after-hours.

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CLOUD ACCESS

Anywhere. Everywhere.

Unlike traditional construction site security cameras, you can access your HD video directly from the TrueLook web interface or mobile app, on your laptop, phone or tablet. From within the web interface, users can select any date, choose any specific times for review, and the video clips will be available to watch or download from your secure account. All downloaded security recordings are saved forever as part of TrueLook’s Free Forever Cloud storage service, which is standard for all cameras and projects.

 

 

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Detail-Rich

High Definition Video

TrueLook cameras record in high definition 1080p to provide the detailed video evidence that you would expect from a modern security system. 1080p provides a smoother, cleaner image and makes it easier to catch small details that could otherwise go unnoticed.

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SEE IT IN ACTION

Clear Video, Day or Night

We’ve all seen standard definition security footage. Even with bright lighting in close quarters, it leaves something to be desired. Construction sites can get dark and the action can be distant. TrueLook captures all video in high definition at 1080p to provide detailed video evidence you’d expect from a modern security system. And with built-in infrared technology on select TrueLook construction cameras, even at night, users can see clear imagery of their jobsites.

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NO POWER? NO PROBLEM.

Solar Power Options Available

If you don’t have power on the jobsite yet, or if you are looking to go green, solar power options are available for all the TrueLook cameras; fixed position, PTZ and indoor.

Why Your Jobsite Needs Security Cameras

We are typically aware of how security cameras can help when it comes to things like jobsite theft and trespassing. Cameras have long proven incredibly valuable in that regard.

Oftentimes just the presence of a security camera onsite is enough to deter criminal activity. If people know a site is being recorded, they will be much less likely to trespass or commit a crime. If the camera isn’t enough to deter them, motion alerts can inform the proper people so that they may take the steps necessary to prevent the damage or theft to the property.

Should something happen on site, camera recordings may be turned over to the authorities in order to help find the parties responsible and carry out prosecution.

Added Benefits of Using a Security Camera System on Your Construction Site

What users might not consider are all the other benefits that a security recording from a construction camera can bring to the table. With 24/7 recording and a rolling 30 day storage, security recordings can also be used in the following situations:

Supervising Your Construction Workers

Cameras can be used not only for recording jobsite activity, but also for monitoring what’s happening in real time. Whether you need to verify that work is being completed or safety procedures are being followed, TrueLook cameras are one of the most reliable sources of documentation.

Promoting Worker Safety

Reviewing security footage can be an excellent way to perform safety spot checks. This footage can also be used as a training tool when working with new employees.

Determining How Resources Are Being Used

Reviewing jobsite footage can provide useful insight into how and where resources are being used.

Compliance and Documentation

Compliance is one of the biggest cost centers for construction firms. Tracking and understanding an ever-increasing list of regulations from OSHA and other governing bodies takes substantial time and resources.