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.
Documentation of all relevant processes based on image files
Interfaces allow links to systems
Combination of process documentation and safety
Variances in data are displayed on images
Requirements for regulations are met e.g.:
Protection against unauthorized access to warehouse and shipping areas
- Fast clarification of damages
- Proof of seals
- Images accepted as evidence
- Documentation of cargo securing
- Visual evidence of any damage to vehicles and objects on the premises
Protect employee privacy
The GDPR provides strict protection for the privacy of people working in areas that are monitored by video cameras. These areas can be blacked out, or people moving around in the images can be pixelated to protect privacy.
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.
People Counting - contactless, automatic and reliable
At present, all shops have to comply with the regulatory requirement to allow only a certain number of customers to enter their shop at the same time.