Last week, we explored several different industries and how they can benefit from video collaboration. This week, let’s take a look at the different ways video surveillance can be used throughout several different industries.
One of the most frequent type of theft is petty theft from retail stores. Many retail stores lose a lot of money from these reoccurring, small expenses. Video surveillance cameras not only help you to identify and catch a thief, but they also deter theft from happening in the first place.
Copper theft is a huge problem on many construction sites. With video surveillance monitoring, you can keep an eye on the construction site in real-time and capture copper thieves in the act. If an employee has an accident in a dangerous area, surveillance footage of the accident provides an impartial view that may be able to protect you from a lawsuit.
Do you suspect that your employees are taking too many breaks? Or that they are stealing from the premises? You can find out for sure by reviewing video surveillance footage. Another advantage of having corporate office video surveillance is that it acts as a theft deterrent for visitors and cleaning crews. And, as horrible it is to think about, it can help capture any violent crimes or physical disputes that may occur on your premises.
If you are looking for a way to streamline production, video surveillance can help. You can review camera footage to get a comprehensive view of what production looks like. This way, you can figure out what needs to be changed, tightened, scrapped, or reviewed in your production process. It also can help you highlight your facilities to potential partners and investors. Utilizing your footage can end up saving you a lot of money in the long run.
Car dealerships are prime areas for accidents and theft. Security can have a more timely response by using video monitoring that gives them real-time views of several areas at once. You can also use surveillance cameras to monitor parking lots both during on and off hours. Footage from a surveillance camera can help identify and catch a thief or capture the license plate number and identity of someone who may accidentally scratch or otherwise damage a vehicle.
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