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We're at it once again, offering security advice to a wide array of industry professionals like those within the agriculture market and farm equipment segment. VideoSurveillance.com is excited to announce that we recently had an article published in the Winter 2015 issue of Ag Innovator magazine. Our article, focused on warehouse security, provides clear-cut examples of what preemptive measures managers can take to fight off theft and prevent inefficient business practices. We've provided a snapshot of the article below, courtesy of Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association. For a free, no-obligation security audit of your warehouse or factory, give us a call today at (866) 656-7118. Our project consultants are available to answer your questions and provide helpful information.
Surveillance systems are often used to deter theft and vandalism, but your system can do so much more when it comes to protecting manufacturing plants.
If safety is a top concern because of the materials or machines used in your facility, surveillance systems allow you to monitor workers to ensure everyone follows the safety protocols. If a workplace accident does happen, video footage can help identify what went wrong, why, and how to prevent it in the future.
Surveillance video monitoring is also useful for improving workplace efficiency. By reviewing recorded videos you may see potential areas of change to increase productivity and reduce wait times.
Learn more about surveillance for manufacturing plants.
Melter Corporation, a manufacturer and exporter of water cooled components made for the steel company, recently installed high-performance network security cameras in order to become Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism-certified. At present, more than 60% of the company's production is exported to Canada, the United States, Central America, the Caribbean, and South America.Read More
Sino Tharwa Drilling, an Egyptian and Chinese company, is now using ACTi cameras to monitor procedures on its rig and surrounding property.Read More
New York City's finest restaurants rely on food suppliers to provide a steady stream of safe and fresh ingredients. For this reason, Pat La Frieda Wholesale Meat Company has upped their security by installing Arecont Vision megapixel cameras throughout its facility.Read More
When Alloin, an international player in the freight and courier market needed a video management software solution to help support their anti-intruder video surveillance system for their 33 courier depots, they turned to Milestone XProtect Enterprise. XProtect Enterprise is ideally suited for handling multi-site operations with rich functionality and resilience on high data traffic servers.Read More
An Iraq oil refinery recently updated its analog security camera system to a more robust and updated solution. Using Vivotek VS7100 video servers and Vivotek RX7101 video receivers, the oil refinery upgraded from analog video to digital video while still using existing cameras.Read More
South African company TriBeCa imports, processes and distributes coffee beans to some of the country's most prominent food and beverage retailers. To accommodate the demands of one of its most profitable clients as well as to increase general safety, TriBeCa installed 22 Vivotek IP7142 and two FD1732 cameras on its premises.Read More
Freightliner, a leading British rail transportation company, upgraded its analog surveillance system to Axis network cameras at its Manchester terminal. Using outdoor-ready Axis cameras, Freightliner is able to identify people and get an overview of operations as well as zoom in on fine details, such as license plates and container IDs.Read More
Panama Ports Company (PCC) installed more than 50 Mobotix M12 day/night network cameras to monitor its Balboa and Cristobal ports. Using high resolution video, PCC is increasing crew safety and port security at two of its most important locations.Read More