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VideoSurveillance.com has a lonstanding history helping facilities within the critical infrastructure market deploy high-resolution IP camera systems along their perimeters. Examples of ritical infrastructure projects that VideoSurveillance.com have worked with include electrical utilities and electrical substations.
Heightened security efforts are key to keeping critical infrastructure businesses protected against trespassers, theft, and vandalism. In addition, security cameras help ensure safety protocols are followed and that a live and recorded view of the facility is accessible 24-7 on a remote or mobile device. By monitoring the facility on a smartphone or tablet, manager(s) can catch incidents which might hinder operations. Most importantly, an IP video surveillance system will help reduce the threat of safety breaches.
Whether you represent a electrical power company or an electric substation, you can count on the critical infrastructure specialists at VideoSurveillance.com to design a professional security camera system customized to your facility's unique needs. Easily minimize threats and maximize building safety with strategically placed video surveillance cameras.
If your business is looking to improve operations and increase profits, have you thought about using a video surveillance system? While traditionally used to deter crime, those same cameras can be used to monitor employee safety, improve quality control, and more.
In the newest whitepaper from VideoSurveillance.com we look into the many ways video surveillance can be used to help your business run better. With both industry-specific information and results-oriented suggestions, this free whitepaper helps you identify areas of improvement.
Do you own a retail store? We'll show you how a surveillance system and video software can help optimize your store layout, monitor customer flow and dwell time, and track store patterns to create better work schedules.
Or perhaps you run a manufacturing plant. Using surveillance video you could catch dangerous behavior before an accident happens, increasing workplace safety. Surveillance cameras can also be used for product testing in areas a human could not go because of temperature, materials, or location, improving your quality control.
The whitepaper also looks at hospitality, construction, restaurants, and food processing plants with ways to increase safety, reduce liability, and improve customer satisfaction. Video surveillance cameras can be used for more than just security, and VideoSurveillance.com will show you how.
VideoSurveillance.com has cemented working relationships with medical marijuana dispensaries in several states, demonstrating its ability to design powerful security solutions in highly regulated environments. We've written an article on some of the major benefits that surveillance brings to processors, retailers, and wholesalers operating within the industry, which you can read on the MJ News Network, a blog produced by the Marijuana Business Association (MJBA). The article highlights some of the latest advancements in surveillance technology, including high-definition resolution and remote and mobile monitoring. A modern-day video surveillance system allows dispensary owners and managers to keep an eye on their grow operations when off-site for continual peace of mind. You can read the full article at: http://mjnewsnetwork.com/business/gearing-up-for-oregons-recreational-marijuana-market-with-smart-surveillance.