We used Collaborate i/o to conduct a virtual site-visit for one of my projects in Madera, CA where we evaluated a wastewater treatment plant for a hospital. Our wastewater treatment expert was located in New Jersey, and it was going to cost us thousands of dollars to fly him in for the meeting and pay for his time. Instead, we used Collaborate i/o to tour the wastewater treatment plant facility in Madera, CA, and our expert was able to control the camera and look closely at various several parts of the WWTP. He was able to access the Collaborate i/o web interface and spent less than an hour on our virtual site visit. We setup the camera at the site, and the setup was very easy and took less than 10 minutes. Collaborate i/o makes sense for our clients because we can provide them access to our company-wide expertise without having the added travel expenses. It's a huge benefit to the way we do business because it saves a lot of time and travel costs, but is far superior than traditional web-conferencing like webex for this type of application.