EarthCam employees exemplify commitment to customers and community.
EarthCam invests in activities and relationships that do not necessarily have a direct road to business results but benefit the greater good on a local, state, national and international level. We continually seek to thrive in diverse geographies and jurisdictions to build a base of relationships within communities, public officials and customers to ensure an alignment of agendas for positive change and growth.
EarthCam allocates a percentage of its resources to community projects. This passion for public service is best showcased in the dedication we have shown in documenting the clean up, growth and rebirth of the World Trade Center site in New York City. In addition to maintaining these cameras for years, we continue to donate footage of this and the Flight 93 Memorial site to the September 11 Museum. Other community projects include working with the National Park Service on projects such as the restoration of the Statue of Liberty.
EarthCam is committed to driving economic growth. We train and hire locally for our installation and service needs around the world. Our dedicated Website Development and Creative Team work directly with our customers to promote their projects to the public. In the construction industry, amazing time-lapse videos help businesses win more bids. In the transportation industry, we provide safety and compliance information as well as public-facing information to promote government transparency.
EarthCam's respect for the environment ensures that our business activities continue to use the latest technology and reduce our carbon footprint. As a company and as individuals, we are committed to achieving a positive economic impact while being environmentally responsible. We offer products that assist in your company efforts to “go green”, working with the most advanced solar systems available. EarthCam also actively promotes recycling and responsible energy usage throughout its offices.