Site Lighting
Updated over a week ago

Construction sites can be challenging environments for data capture due to a range of factors, such as the complexity of the site, the presence of obstacles and hazards, and lighting conditions. To ensure the best possible data capture, it's important to provide adequate lighting that meets the following requirements:

  1. Sufficient Brightness: The lighting on the construction site should be bright enough to ensure that the camera can capture clear and detailed images or video. Insufficient lighting can result in blurry, grainy, or distorted images that may not be useful for analysis.

  2. Even Coverage: The lighting should be evenly distributed across the site to avoid creating dark or shadowy areas that may obscure important details. This is particularly important when using a 360-degree camera, which captures the entire surroundings and requires consistent lighting to produce accurate results.

  3. Additional Light Source (Optional): We can also add extra lighting mounted around the hard helmet. This gives us extra light in extreme dark rooms. Halo-SL from illumagear is a helmet light used extensively in construction sites.

By meeting these requirements, construction sites can ensure that their data capture efforts are successful and produce high-quality results that can be used for analysis, planning, and decision-making.

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