THE SIMPLE SOLUTION FOR TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS

Speed, quality, and staying on budget are imperative for any construction project. When taxpayer dollars are involved, you can add heightened transparency and accountability to the mix. OxBlue solar-powered construction cameras help address all of these concerns on transportation projects like roadways and bridges.

OxBlue construction camera systems provide all hardware, software, data connection, and technical support in one complete package. On transportation projects, where power may not be available and where the construction camera needs to be mobile, our solar-powered cameras and trailers give you remote job site visibility and the freedom to monitor projects wherever they’re happening.

 

TOTAL PROJECT DOCUMENTATION

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REMOTE JOB SITE VISIBILITY

ENHANCED TRANSPARENCY & COMMUNICATION

PORTABLE SOLAR TRAILERS

SEE HOW WE MAKE THE COMPLEX EASIER

An Oxblue construction camera and time-lapse videos helped the Tennessee DOT and their contractor Bell & Associates:

  • Get Visibility: monitor the job from an office hundreds of miles away
  • Keep Informed: see exactly what happened at the site on any date at any time
  • Be Transparent: communicate with all the people affected by the massive project
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SOLAR PANELS AND PORTABLE SOLAR TRAILERS

Solar installation involves simple steps and allows you to power the camera without the hassle of standard power.

OxBlue solar panels work with our fixed-position and PTZ construction cameras, providing reliable power to the camera in nearly any geographic region. Our portable solar trailer accommodates the construction camera and the solar panels, providing easy mobility to relocate the equipment as work progresses, project after project.

INTERACT WITH PAST PROJECTS

READ ABOUT THE GALENA CREEK BRIDGE

Building what would be one of the worlds largest arch bridges over Nevada’s Galena Creek was an audacious plan — the kind of big, bold idea suited to a region that is home to the Hoover Dam. But constructing the 1,719-foot-long structure as part of the Interstate 580 extension between Reno and Carson City would not be quick or easy.