Rapid deployment of monitoring for your site using the industry standard for positioning software and hardware. Monitoring as a Service provides a hassle-free solution for your project for any period of time. Deployed under the direction of your Geospatial Professional, Trimble 4D Control Monitoring as a Service is a versatile option for your Monitoring projects.
“This method of monitoring will be the industry standard for buildings of the future”
Using monitoring as a service allowed us to have a system deployed and operational, and we could be trained at a later date before taking ownership. After a few months of seeing the long-term benefits, and because the Trimble 4D software is so user-friendly, Hutchinson’s can easily use the system on future developments for monitoring after this project is completed.
As the tallest building in Brisbane, Hutchinson’s is the first to tackle this hurdle of CASA-controlled airspace, and it seems certain that this method of monitoring will be the industry standard for buildings of the future.
UPG was easy to deal with, met our tight time frame for deployment and provided an active crane monitoring system with results accessible to any interested party anywhere in the country.
The roll out and commissioning was seamless and allowed for operations to continue on-site as planned. We utilise other Trimble equipment on site for our daily set out and construction work and have never been let down with service from UPG.
Andy Rivers, Senior Surveyor on Sky TowerHutchinson Builders
“The system didn’t miss a beat”
EJA undertook the equipment install prior to UPG’s T4D guru Brent Dawson attending site to undertake training and assist with the system’s configuration. There were a number of hurdles to overcome in the early stages due to poor internet connection at the site and power issues. UPG worked with EJA around the clock to ensure that the delivery of the product met client expectations. UPG’s Brent Dawson was instrumental in troubleshooting.
The hurdles were overcome and the system has proven to be reliable. The conditions in which the instruments operate are extremely harsh, so much so the system didn’t miss a beat during cyclone Marcus, continuing to stream data whilst crews cleaned the site.