CamerEye Introduces Smarter Pool Construction Monitoring and Management System
First complete AI-Camera Pool Safety System that goes from pool construction, inspection to continuous pool safety
San Diego, CA (PRUnderground) June 23rd, 2022
CamerEye™ introduces smarter pool construction monitoring and management with the most complete AI-video camera pool safety system and builder portal specially built for the pool industry. CamerEye transitions from the start of pool build, through construction and alarm inspection to providing ongoing pool safety for homeowners after the job is done.
CamerEye’s builder portal (http://www.camereye.ai/construction-monitoring) is designed for pool builders who want streamlined job oversight and project management. The smart AI-video camera system and portal allows pool builders to monitor all job sites and construction progress from start to end.
Optimizing Efficiency and Safety with One Intuitive System
CamerEye provides real-time video, analytics, and recorded time-lapse video of construction progress, personnel activity, equipment security, and photo/video documentation, improving safety and quality control while reducing effort and expenses.
Live Video Monitoring 24/7 provides insight into multiple jobs at all times. Remote oversight capabilities help with quality assessment, to minimize supervisor visits to job sites, and allow easy monitoring of crews, subcontractors, and supplies.
Time-Lapse Video and Photo Documentation records and tracks each stage of construction from excavation to shotcrete to pool opening. Recordings and downloadable videos improve accountability, and job site material and equipment security, reducing risk of liability and litigation.
Unlike motion-based traditional monitoring cameras and outdated pool alarms, CamerEye is the only complete AI camera-based safety system that uniquely offers human and pet-only detection and alerts, notifying when personnel are on the jobs, construction is in progress, and if children and pets are near the pool perimeter, all while reducing false alerts of other moving objects.
For optimal pool safety inspections, CamerEye is the first and only camera-based pool alarm that meets ASTM F2208-08 pool safety standards. It complies with pool barrier laws in 33 states and replaces door alarms, floating pool alarms, and in-pool splash alarms.
Once a project is complete, builders can pass on the already-installed camera system in just one click to homeowners. The advanced pool safety and security system provides 24/7 monitoring, detecting and alerting for humans and pets in and around the water, and provides the fastest distress detection with AI cameras, safeguarding pool areas for their ongoing peace of mind.
“We designed CamerEye from the ground up for the pool industry to monitor, detect, and alert for what matters the most, both on the job site and for homeowners’ pool safety after the job is done, “ says Sai Reddy, CEO and founder of CamerEye. “The system adds an important extra layer of safety that goes beyond construction and inspection without compromising standards, budgets or bottom lines.”
Learn more at http://www.camereye.ai/construction-monitoring. For a free demo and special builder packages, contact CamerEye at (800) 906-2810, or email email@example.com. CamerEye is also seeking pool builders and service affiliates and dealers for all territories; visit https://camereye.ai/dealers/ for details.
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