There’s nothing worse than a suspicion of sabotage taking place on your own premises. By marking the damage in the video recording, you can use backward searching to determine who caused the damage, or whether it resulted from a genuine error, in a matter of seconds.
Areas of critical importance are monitored with a video image
When an incident is reported, the video material can be consulted to trace the incident
It is possible to search within the video material using a variety of criteria (e.g. time or process number, etc.).
The images can be exported as forgery-proof GBF format and are legally usable in court.
- Early detection of sabotage and elimination of its consequences
- Reputation losses can be averted through complete reporting and clarification of malfunctions
- Increasing security within the supply chain
Clear up attempted deception
The seamless video documentation of the status of the goods – from order picking through to final dispatch – provides court-enforceable evidence for any claims relating to incorrect deliveries, damaged or missing goods, or damaged packaging.
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.
Data protection & security
If employees understand that their image data will be handled in a way that complies with data protection laws (with masking, dual-control passwords and logging of video views/exports), this creates a sense of trust and allows you to prove that you’re doing things properly without any protests.