3. Cloud CCTV in Manufacturing
Cloud-based video surveillance in manufacturing enables real-time remote monitoring of facilities. This approach to supervising multiple factory locations is more convenient and efficient than being physically present onsite.
Supervisors and staff can view historical video surveillance footage to identify opportunities for improvement, optimize maintenance protocols, and ensure compliance.
Cloud CCTV and AI together can help mitigate the risk of workplace accidents and other manufacturing-related hazards. Through real-time monitoring and pattern recognition, smart algorithms can alert staff and management to potential risks.
Management can also use video footage to conduct safety reviews, provide evidence to resolve liability claims and optimize safety protocols. Similarly, manufacturers can also use video footage to visualize the current state of operations. In this case, they can document continuous improvement procedures, identify opportunities to optimize productivity, and streamline user management and reporting.
Beyond the factory floor, cloud-based video surveillance also helps secure products and raw materials in warehouses and while they are being transported. Supervisors can also better manage deliveries in real-time when paired with smart alerts.
This approach can be extended to optimize inventory management. For example, smart cameras and cloud technologies provide transparency into shipping timelines. With real-time monitoring, factory managers will also know precisely what materials are running low and how soon they can replenish them.
High-value assets can also be secured in this manner to avert theft or accidents. When integrated with access controls, these surveillance systems can also prevent unauthorized personnel from entering restricted areas.