Video Surveillance for Factories
Factories and other manufacturing facilities can benefit from the security provided by video surveillance. Theft of raw materials like lumber, copper and steel is at an all-time high, and thieves are targeting factories and other storage facilities with higher frequencies. Since they are less likely to notice pallets of material missing, because the volumes are so high. Many factories also rely on highly guarded trade secrets to remain competitive. A comprehensive system of security cameras can help protect your building, employees, and materials, as well as help you remain competitive in a growing market.
Benefits of Video Surveillance in Factories
Prevent theft – Security cameras have been shown to discourage theft when prominently displayed, and in the event your factory is robbed, a modern surveillance camera will help you identify the thief and prosecute them.
Quality control – Advances in digital camera technology have made quality control through video surveillance possible. Video surveillance cameras can help you make your quality control process faster and more efficient.
Remote monitoring – An NVR (Network Video Recorder) added to a surveillance system allows you to broadcast your security footage over the internet; making it easy to check up on any of your cameras at any time. This is especially helpful if you manage a large factory or multiple locations.NVRs also allow your current security staff to perform more active security duties (such as foot patrols) instead of staring at a video monitor for hours at a time and at the same time save you time of having to visit a seperate area of the facto
Workplace safety – Surveillance cameras can be placed near dangerous machinery to monitor automated processes safely, or to protect employees from harm. This has been a popular use for video surveillance cameras for years, and has grown more efficient as technology has advanced.