Transfers of liability can be a source of challenges in the supply chain. At these points, one logistics services provider often needs to prove that the goods were handed off to the next party in the chain in an undamaged condition. Video documentation provides the required court-enforceable evidence.
incoming goods to the warehouse
Goods from the warehouse via picking and packing
Linking of image data with process numbers (e.g. barcode).
In the event of damage, pictures prove quantity and condition of the goods
In the event of a dispute, the footage can be used in court.
Format GBF is tamper-proof.
- Clarification of responsibilities by documentation of cargo securement
- Reduction of insurance rates
- Image format also holds up in court
- Protection of personal privacy rights
- Visual documentation of processes within the supply chain
- Visual documentation of in-house processes
Clarify issues of liability – in a way that is enforceable in court
Whether it’s damage to company property, missing security seals on trucks, or vehicle damage: Some issues are only identified days later. Easy image searching immediately locates the video evidence you need and manages the forgery-proof image export process.
Meet legal requirements
From the continuous cooling chain and weights to protection against unauthorised access: The law gives you a lot to think about. The cooling system provides the temperature, the scales provide the weight, and the access control provides the personal data – and all of this information is shown on the video image via a single interface.
Identification of protective clothing, such as face masks
Since the outbreak of the corona virus, countries such as the Czech Republic have made it compulsory to wear protective masks. As an alternative, scarves, shawls or storm hoods are also allowed. The purpose of this measure is to provide better protection for the population from the pandemic.