From helping retail stores curb theft to improving security in schools and hospitals, a video surveillance system improves safety and peace of mind in any business. A complete IP video surveillance system comes with everything you need to install the system so you know it’s designed to work well together.
With the wide variety of camera types available you can monitor inside and outside your buildings, and record around the clock with day/night cameras. For harsh environments, including public transit stops or maritime ports, outdoor cameras can handle extreme temperatures, dust, and rain.
Learn how a surveillance system can help in a wide range of industries including industrial, construction, and transportation, and get some tips on what to look for specifically for your industry’s needs. Some things to consider include camera form factor, quality of video, mobile / remote live streaming, and storage needs.
From small offices to large businesses with multiple locations, keep your staff safe and prevent theft of expensive equipment with a video surveillance system. Businesses can use these systems to monitor worker safety, deter potential vandals, and record any workplace incidents.Learn more
Construction sites can face a unique range of security issues, including accidents, vandalism, and theft of raw materials such as lumber, steel, and copper pipes and wire. Installing an expertly planned construction security system throughout the site is a critical step for ensuring safety and security.Learn more
Modern-day video surveillance systems provide numerous benefits to the critical infrastructure industry, such as safety monitoring and remote off-site access to cameras from a mobile phone or tablet. We’ve worked with a range of electric utility companies and substations to design cutting-edge security camera solutions that help mitigate threats.Learn more
Keep students, staff, and volunteers safe at school, both in the buildings and on campus, with a video surveillance system. With centralized video management software, you can monitor multiple cameras throughout campus from a single location, including remotely with a computer, smartphone, or tablet.Learn more
An IP video surveillance system can help keep your doctors, staff, and patients safe and secure in hospitals and protect expensive medication at pharmacies. For larger healthcare systems with multiple locations, manage all your cameras with centralized video management software.Learn more
Monitor worker safety and prevent theft in your industrial warehouse, factory, farm, or construction sites with the network benefits of IP video. Even when you’re working off-site, stay connected to the system with remote and mobile viewing apps for computers, smartphones, and tablets.Learn more
Protect expensive machines, raw materials, and manufacturing equipment with secure and durable video surveillance systems. Surveillance cameras can also monitor employees for safe use of heavy machines, and to record what happened in a workplace accident for reports if an employee is injured.Learn more
From improving the safety of staff and customers, monitoring crowds, or improving store designs, video surveillance is used by many retail locations. Multiple cameras can monitor the front of the store, cash registers, and back rooms and management software makes it easy to supervise all the feeds.Learn more
With millions of commuters every day, video surveillance is an essential part of protecting people on buses, in airports, in subway stations, and more. Wireless systems allow you to install cameras in remote locations, and local recording saves files directly to the camera.Learn more
From the expensive products they store to the large layouts, warehouses have many ways to use video surveillance systems. Use your system to monitor employees at your site, keep watch over pricy inventory, and ensure safety regulations are followed. With monitoring apps for computers, smart phones, and tablets, you can easily stay connected from anywhere.Learn more
Video Surveillance for Construction
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...Read More