SiteKick Announces Integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud

Minneapolis, MN – August 30, 2021 – SiteKick, a one-stop-shop site monitoring solution for commercial construction, today announced an integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud™, a portfolio of software and services that combines advanced technology, a builders network, and predictive insights for construction teams. SiteKick’s construction monitoring and reporting solution is now available for customers to add to … Read more

It’s that budget time of the year: Justify some Construction Cameras

As summer approaches, it is a good time to start considering next year’s budget and construction cameras should be on your wish list. If you’ve been looking for ways to leverage technology to make your life easier, construction cameras are certainly a worthy investment. Considering recent news, the time might be right for investment in … Read more

Social Distancing on Jobsites

As we start to see more people vaccinated against the Covid-19 virus, it might be a good time to look at how the construction industry balanced social distancing on jobsites with the need to stay productive during a pandemic. Make no mistake, the lessons learned in 2020 and 2021 will be needed. It isn’t a … Read more

Cameras and the Bottom Line

We have written extensively about leveraging the power of construction cameras on your job site. We’ve explored how construction cameras can reduce various risks, how you can use construction cameras to reduce rework, and how you can use cameras to improve OSHA compliance. But what about that bottom line? How can cameras save money and … Read more

The camera is one of the most important items in your budget

While there are many tools you can use to ensure your next construction project runs smoothly, construction cameras might be the most affordable option. Let’s look at the benefits of construction cameras to highlight why the camera is the most important item you should account for in your budget. Project Management Making sure everyone has … Read more

Maintaining quality with cameras to reduce extra work

Maintaining quality with cameras is a newer concept in the construction industry, but it should become more common as the value is more widely understood. Inferior quality control leads to extra work and a primary source of cost overruns on a construction project. Having cameras on the construction site can help find and minimize problem … Read more

Reducing risk with cameras

Many business owners wonder if reducing risk with cameras is possible. In 2019, the Bureau of Labor statistics reported that there were 5,333 fatal work injuries recorded in the United States, a 2 percent increase from the 5,250 in 2018. Of those deaths, 20% were on construction sites. While it is difficult to prove that … Read more

Demystifying Encryption in Construction Technology

Construction technology has come a long way in the last five years and as construction projects become more complex, the number of players at any stage of a project increases. When you start increasing the number of subcontractors and suppliers, you are bound to see security issues come up that require more robust encryption technologies … Read more

Protecting privacy under the watchful eye of a camera

Construction cameras are a great way to secure your jobsite, but how do you walk the fine line between a secure workplace and the privacy of your employees and visitors? Surveillance cameras are part of any robust security plan, but there are privacy concerns you should be aware of before getting started. The first, that … Read more

How to Maximizing IoT at Construction Sites

The IoT (Internet of Things) is an idea that is transforming many industries including construction. The question isn’t whether IoT is coming to the construction industry, but how to leverage the power of IoT to decrease costs and increase productivity. Maximizing IoT at construction sites. Techology has vastly improved how construction businesses complete a variety … Read more

Tracking assembly projects with cameras

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) found that pre-fabrication reduces budgets by 6% or more. It is no wonder that many construction firms are looking to find new ways to monitor and manage assembly projects for their clients like tracking assembly projects with cameras. While pre-assembly of projects has been used within the … Read more