Video monitoring is an important feature of safety systems.
Businesses, homeowners, and community members rely on video surveillance to protect them, their families, and their property. With video, there is an added layer of security and peace of mind that you really cannot get somewhere else.
The world has changed in the last few years, and video monitoring technology has changed with it.
Key Features of Video Monitoring
- Security and Surveillance
Video monitoring is widely used for security purposes, helping deter criminal activities and prevent theft, vandalism, and unauthorized access. It’s important to have 24/7 surveillance that provides real-time monitoring. Eyeforce, a Becklar company, specializes in remote guarding and real-time video monitoring.
Eyeforce’s Remote Guarding is an innovative system that can detect immediate threats. It does not require hiring an expensive security guard, which eliminates the possibility of human error; therefore, businesses can feel truly safe.
Additionally, in the event of a security breach or crime, video footage serves as valuable evidence for law enforcement, facilitating investigations and increasing the likelihood of identifying and apprehending perpetrators.
- Safety and Emergency Response
Public safety should be a priority.
Video monitoring in public spaces, transportation systems, and critical infrastructure helps ensure public safety by detecting and responding to potential threats or emergencies.
In an emergency situation, real-time video monitoring enables rapid response. It allows operators to assess situations and coordinate emergency services more effectively, an area of expertise for Becklar.
Becklar’s Enterprise Monitoring takes an innovative approach to reduce false alarms so that true emergencies can be dispatched immediately. False alarms are not only preventing call centers from properly doing their job, but they also have negative implications. It wastes valuable time and money; thus, video verification in security systems—to ensure emergencies are happening—is crucial.
- Employee Productivity and Workplace Safety
Video surveillance in workplaces can be used to monitor employee safety, enhance productivity, and ensure compliance with safety protocols.
Furthermore, video surveillance can be crucial for investigating workplace accidents, ensuring that safety guidelines are followed, and identifying areas for improvement.
Video monitoring can protect your business from risks inside and outside its walls. Managers and executives can gain a better understanding of what is happening in their business and identify and deter intruders, thieves, and vandals even if they are employees.
- Remote Monitoring and Home Security
A highlight of home video monitoring systems is the ease of use provided to homeowners. Homeowners can remotely monitor their property, which enhances security and provides peace of mind. This advancement in video monitoring is greatly attributed to AI improvement in home security—easily discerning between intruders and the neighbors cat. This makes homes safer and security systems easier and more reliable for customers.
5 Reasons Why Your Business Needs Video Monitoring
Here are five reasons why your business needs video surveillance.
- Security and Loss Prevention
Visible cameras deter potential criminals, reducing the risk of theft, vandalism, and other security breaches. Additionally, video surveillance enables the real-time detection of security incidents, allowing for immediate response and intervention to minimize losses.
- Employee Safety and Productivity
Video monitoring can contribute to a safer work environment by identifying and addressing safety hazards or unauthorized activities. Surveillance systems can also help monitor employee safety, which ensures adherence to workplace policies and enhances overall productivity.
- Liability Protection and Documentation
The use of video footage serves as a reliable and unbiased record of events, which can be crucial in resolving disputes, addressing employee or customer complaints, and providing evidence in legal or criminal matters. For example, in the event of accidents or incidents, video evidence can support insurance claims and investigations, reducing liability for the business.
- Operational Efficiency and Process Monitoring
Video surveillance in industrial and operational settings allows businesses to monitor and optimize processes, identify bottlenecks, and improve overall efficiency. Having surveillance can help monitor the condition and operation of equipment, reducing downtime and maintenance costs.
- Customer and Public Safety
For retail businesses, video surveillance is crucial to prevent shoplifting, monitor cashier transactions, and ensure the safety of both customers and employees. In businesses with public areas—such as malls or entertainment venues—video monitoring contributes to the safety and well-being of visitors.