CCTV AND BUSINESS
Being an incredible piece in technology, CCTV cameras have proven to be of much benefit when it comes to business. I’m not just talking about just warding off potential intruders and putting faces to perpetrators – no, I’m talking about improving your business, your workforce and earning more profit.
Modern CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) can help you identify trends in movement and production, which is a particularly useful feature in highly process-driven environments such as factories and warehouses with production lines. tailored feature of CCTV is endless in the sense that it can learn what it is seeing, so it can then detect what unusual activities are happening.
Business managers recognise that sometimes things at the workplace might not flow smoothly without their presence no matter how hard working and devoted their team is. With that said, CCTV analytics act like the manager in the room when you’re not there ensuring targets are met and goals are achieved beyond expectation having CCTV in your premises will have a positive influence on the way your employees work, as people tend to feel more accountable and act more conscientiously when they know they’re being watched.
Video analytics can be used as a visual training team for employees. You can provide real-time intelligence to aid in visually training the team on what you see is going wrong. By being able to select multiple views via single cameras to track a process point by point, you can pinpoint areas of concern which will help you streamline your business and stop deficiencies in their tracks.
This real-time surveillance is also brilliant because it can use high-definition imagery and facial recognition to single out potential perpetrators to see where they’ve gone and identify them in a crowd.
We’ve installed CCTV systems in sites as varied as factories, shopping centres, supermarkets, car parks, and even chicken farms – so you can be certain that we’ll live up to the challenge!