In short, almost every business would benefit from having IP cameras in their facility. Whether it be for liability purposes, safety, theft protection or even to ensure employee productivity, surveillance systems usually can pay for themselves in a rather short period of time. Then there's the newer technology offering analytics from your surveillance system. Let's say you own a retail business and you want to know how many people came into your store during a sale versus when no sale is going on, you can have cameras set up to count the number of people and give you a report for that. Another example in a retail environment is you have a sales display in your store and you want to see if it is catching your customer's attention. With heat mapping cameras, you can see which areas had the biggest concentration of people, how long they were there and get a report on that as well.
Modified on: Tue, May 22, 2018 at 4:30 PM
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