HOW TO COMMISSION A TIMELAPSE
Project : New Installation
So you are interested in commissioning a timelapse provider and struggling where to start. Perhaps you have already had experience with someone other than us, been disappointed with the service relationship, the ongoing coverage or the final product or perhaps everything. It just wasn’t what you expected. We hear it often and believe it or not we are here to help, its time to make that change.
So what’s involved? Firstly you need to contact us. We have made this a simple as possible. Either call and speak directly, email or complete the contact us form found on the website. We do need a few details so have these to hand. If you have a proposed start date, duration of project, location and most importantly an indication of your budget, that’s a great start. Once we know a few basics we can work on your quotation.
Next step Happy to proceed based on our quotation. In many circumstances we can advise clients of the installation without attending a site. But sometimes there are issues, which we can’t foresee. It is now time for a site visit/meeting. During the visit we can discuss the finer points of site access, camera coverage, mounting, power supply, everything necessary to ensure we are providing the client with the best resource possible. Once complete, a report will be generated outlining everything discussed and how we intend to move forward with installing the equipment.
The installation Once we are in agreement with the how’s and when’s, an operator will attend with PPE, CSR cards etc. The unit(s) will be installed and tested for operation. We do require the image viewpoint to be signed off by someone in authority though, whilst on site. From experience this saves on embarrassment at a later stage should our view not be correct. If no-one is available we will do our upmost to ensure coverage is correct. The system will be programmed for the hours of coverage Sunday to Saturday and set to commence the timelapse documentation. That’s it all done – easy.