With hard-to-secure work sites, high rates of metal theft, dangerous machinery that could cause accidents, and exposure to weather, construction sites are a challenging location for security and video surveillance. But with some flexibility and a custom-built system specific to your site, it is possible to secure your site and protect your workers.
The benefits of installing a surveillance system on your construction site include: theft prevention, remote monitoring, and increased worker safety.
An especially popular feature is remote and mobile monitoring, which allows you to check the cameras from anywhere with a smart phone, tablet, or computer. You can also text or email alerts if the camera captures motion or other suspicious activity during non-work hours, allowing you to respond faster to issues.
Wireless systems are a great option for construction sites, because of their minimal wiring - you'll only need to power the cameras, which will then be wirelessly connected to your NVR. This also makes it easier for you to move cameras as your site changes throughout construction.
Security is a huge concern for business owners in every industry, but do you know where to start? If you're looking for inspiration on how to use and mange a new surveillance system, we've pulled together some customer success stories from our years of experience to help!
Our Case Studies page highlights 15 VideoSurveillance.com customers in a wide range of industries, from retail, construction, manufacturing, education, and more.
Each case study highlights an issue the business faced, and how we designed a surveillance system to meet their unique needs. You'll also get details on the products, and insights into different system management styles, from owners who want to stay connected whenever they leave the office to researchers who only review off-hours footage.
Also available as free PDF downloads, reviewing case studies is a great start to identifying the reasons you want a surveillance system. When you're ready, contact our experts for a free quote.
According to a poll conducted by New York Times/CBS News majority of Americans believe that public surveillance is a good idea; 78% to be exact. The poll of Americans on Terrorism Threats, published on May 1, 2013, asked survey respondents their opinions on a variety of hot-button issues such as the risk of terrorism in the United States, civil liberties, and domestic preparedness for preventing a terrorist attack. What's even more noteworthy is that these results come from a reputable, dependable, and unbiased news agency. What follows is a demographic breakdown of those who believe that public surveillance can help reduce the threat of terrorism:Read More