Triax Technologies and EarthCam Partner to Provide the Next Level of Access Control for Construction

October 18, 2019

Triax Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of technology for the connected jobsite, and EarthCam, the leading provider of construction camera technology and services, today announced a partnership to integrate their solutions to increase visibility into jobsite perimeters, enhancing safety and security.

Using Triax’s Spot-r network, the two companies are offering a first-of-its-kind solution, enabling EarthCam’s high-resolution video cameras to provide real-time, independent visual verification of data identified through a worker’s wearable Spot-r Clip as it is swiped by each person entering and exiting the jobsite.

The Spot-r Clip, an Internet-of-Things (IoT) device attached to a worker’s belt, is a multipurpose credential for a worker’s access to the jobsite. It is synced to a worker profile in the Spot-r dashboard, enabling supervisors to manage worker identification and certifications to ensure compliance with regulations. Now, with the EarthCam integration, this data is synced to a video camera that provides a video segment as each person enters and leaves the site. With these new capabilities, contractors and owners can know who is on site, as well as the exact time they entered and left. Additionally, the data that Spot-r captures on these transactions enables contractors to easily and quickly access the relevant images they need, rather than sifting through all of the video footage.

 

 

 

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