EarthCam Announces 7th Annual Technology Tour to the Middle East

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EarthCam CEO & Founder, Brian Cury – whose vision is the driving force behind the development of innovative construction camera solutions – will be visiting the Middle East to attend Cityscape Abu Dhabi from April 21-23 during EarthCam’s 2015 Technology Tour.

Our clients develop and build significant projects, so we are committed to delivering webcams that are reliable, save time and money, and provide high quality marketing content that will help them win more business.

EarthCam CEO & Founder, Brian Cury – whose vision is the driving force behind the development of innovative construction camera solutions – will be visiting the Middle East to attend Cityscape Abu Dhabi from April 21-23 during EarthCam’s 2015 Technology Tour.

Since 2000, EarthCam has maintained a strong presence throughout key regions in the Middle East and is the chosen webcam technology provider for major developments including Qatar Rail, Msheireb Downtown Doha, Louvre Abu Dhabi and Kingdom Tower – soon to be the tallest skyscraper in the world.

Clients in the region have successfully relied on EarthCam's local support teams for installation, management and maintenance of their time-lapse cameras. To ensure consistent, long-term, quality imagery, EarthCam’s cameras feature sand resistant photography-grade glass, a remote controlled wiper/washer system and thermostatically controlled, sealed enclosures for outstanding performance in harsh weather conditions.

“As more construction professionals in the Middle East discover the benefits of using high definition construction cameras to monitor, document and promote their projects they are turning to EarthCam to manage the process from groundbreaking to ribbon cutting,” said Cury. “Our clients develop and build significant projects, so we are committed to delivering webcams that are reliable, save time and money, and provide high quality marketing content that will help them win more business.”

Highlights of the Technology Tour are the recently introduced GigapixelCam X10, capable of producing 10 billion pixel panoramic images, and the StreamCam 4K, the first ultra HD jobsite camera. Construction companies use EarthCam’s technology to remotely share high quality imagery and live video content, marketing their progress in real-time to potential customers worldwide. At the end of the project, clients rely on EarthCam’s award-winning producers and editors, who have created time-lapse videos enjoyed by millions, to transform their jobsite images into a professional, broadcast quality work of art.

To learn more about EarthCam’s innovative construction camera solutions for the MENA region, visit http://www.earthcam.net/middleeast.

ABOUT EARTHCAM
EarthCam is the global leader in providing webcam content, technology and services. Founded in 1996, the company's expertise includes delivering millions of images daily and developing technology to manage camera networks worldwide.

Projects documented in the MENA region include: Qatar Rail, Msheireb Downtown Doha, ADIC Towers, Aabar Properties Residential Projects, Dubai Mall, Abu Dhabi International Airport Midfield Terminal Complex, Doha Convention Center & Tower, Bahrain Bay, Al Jalila Children's Specialty Hospital, Abdali Development, MODON Industrial Cities and King Abdullah Sports City.

Other notable projects documented by EarthCam: World Trade Center in New York City, Whitney Museum of American Art, Barangaroo Development, Smithsonian Institution, Yankee Stadium, Brickell City Centre, National Museum of African American History and Culture, Los Angeles International Airport, Barclays Center, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, Statue of Liberty & Washington Monument Restorations and Panama Canal Expansion.

Learn more about EarthCam’s innovative technology at http://www.earthcam.net.

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