Manufacturing, Warehouse and Office Surveillance in Real-Time


Imagine being able to monitor all of your locations in real-time, anywhere in the world, for very little cost and as easy as logging onto the Internet. Manufacturing, Office, Warehouse and Industry – can now be managed remotely!  

An integrated system that uses site specific software and cameras can monitor the actions of workers in work environments. Every action is recorded as an information block with subtitles that explain the performed operation. This helps to track the actions of workers, especially when they are making critical financial transactions, such as correcting or cancelling of a sale, withdrawing money or altering information.

  • In-safe cameras always reveal who is opening the safe.
  • Secure entrances, exits, courtyards, laneways and fire routes
  • Survey parking lots, activity, license plates, etc.
  • Survey restricted areas
  • Protect safes or other secured storage solutions


Manufacturing and Warehouse

Surveillance cameras can minimize risk by providing the eyes needed to watch the operation of equipment to providing documentation for production and development steps in industrial manufacturing. Often surveillance cameras are used to watch equipment so if something goes wrong the incident has been recorded and can be analyzed (in slow motion) and used to assess what went wrong and where there might be bigger problems.

Video Surveillance systems can be used to improve manufacturing with efficient monitoring without additional personnel to monitor task driven manufacturing.  Watch employees working on assembly lines, monitor production lines, conveyers and packaging belts. View loading docks, back doors and hard-to-see locations in the manufacturing process and warehouses all from on location.

Surveillance is a tool that provides managers, foremen and supervisors broader scope of management capability.  Putting more eyes on the work place activities without adding more people.  Surveillance cameras never suffer from fatigue and accurately and permanently record details and events.

When integrated software is combined with a video surveillance system the ability to monitor orders, financial transactions, information changes, cash transactions and more can be done with accurate reporting recording every action.


High Risk Industries

Many industry jobs pose high risk to employees during operations and equipment must be monitored.  Surveillance cameras can minimize that risk by providing the eyes needed to watch the operation of equipment and processes.  This is true for manufacturing facilities serving the nuclear, chemical, petroleum, gas and other industries.  Often times these type of industries use surveillance cameras to watch equipment that is operating 24/7 so if something has gone wrong the incident has been recorded, can be analyzed, and used to assess what went wrong and where there might be bigger problems.  Special cameras for these purposes would include line-scan and thermographic cameras that can tilt and pan.