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Factory Monitoring

Video surveillance is indispensable in factories and manufacturing sites where high security of the properties and the employees against theft or any potential danger is required. Some high-end surveillance cameras can also be used for quality control of the production process. An NVR brings further benefits to the factories by allowing the security guards to actively monitor multiple network cameras installed in different areas of the manufacturing site. The setup of the NVR involves simple installation and minimum wiring. The monitoring and video playback can be easily managed via the web browser.

Benefits of QNAP NVR:

  • Supports real-time monitoring of multiple locations 24x7. The security guards can take action immediately when any accidents occur.
  • All video can be recorded and played back easily. The video data can be used as legal evidence for law enforcement.
  • The production site can be monitored from anywhere over the Internet.
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