IoT-enabled cameras integrated with artificial intelligence and machine learning help monitor SOP compliance and keep a check round the clock by intrusion detection.
With multiple entries and exit points, warehouses are prone to unauthorized access. Security heads face various challenges in accessing video feeds on a real-time basis to ensure 24/7 security around the clock. Managing multiple warehouses across different locations is a matter of concern.
A high-security cost is associated with running the warehouses. Warehouses have several sites with large premises in different locations that often requires a heavy infrastructure cost. Manual guarding and energy efficiency is a huge cost for their business spread across regions.
Large facilities with numerous entry and exit points and frequent intrusions are observed as a common challenge by security specialists for the warehouse industry in multiple locations. An unmonitored site has higher risks of intrusion which can cause huge losses due to theft or pilferage.
Warehouses follow a stringent protocol list of SOPs to ensure timely deliveries and safety-related protocols are maintained. With large sites spread across the country and thousands of employees working, monitoring SOPs becomes challenging.
Warehouses have multiple locations, and thus, it becomes quite difficult for the concerned authority to analyze the assets in real-time from anywhere. Security heads face various challenges in monitoring video feeds of different locations on a real-time basis to ensure 24/7 security.
Human guarding has proven to be expensive for businesses spread across regions. 24/7 monitoring of the premises by human guards is highly unreliable in terms of security. It also comes with repercussions like the risk of loss of human life and threat to the business.
Most of the warehouses use traditional method for monitoring that takes longer time to analyze and execute day-to-day tasks. Decreased productivity can affect employee morale, hamper efficiency, and affect profit margins.
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With remote warehousing systems in place, preventive maintenance is automated and streamlined. Predictive analysis and alerts maximize equipment efficiency. IoT enabled solutions integrated with artificial intelligence and machine learning can get proactive actionable insights from the business. It helps ensure SOP adherence by the employees to maintain efficiency across operations and identify improvement areas.
Remote warehousing through artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities has the provision for real-time alerts and insights of the devices connected anywhere around the globe at any time. It allows for easy collaboration and sharing among users in different locations and get better access to video footage. Higher scalability increases the productivity and efficiency of the warehouses to scale business operations successfully.
Due to the fragmented ecosystem of security devices and solutions provided by multiple vendors, it becomes difficult for enterprises to achieve total visibility of their sites. Enterprises can access all IoT security devices and solutions on one platform to ensure ease of operations and efficiency. With remote warehousing, users/managers have full visibility and access to several sites that are important to avoid any threat or mishaps.
A platform to view locations of multiple cameras installed at different sites and get better access to footages. It allows those responsible to remotely monitor and regulate their systems in real-time. It saves a lot of time in retrieving a video of a former instance by access to the database from a remote location and provides the ability to monitor and analyze different sites remotely on any platform.
Without spending money on new hardware, the current hardware deployed can be easily onboarded or integrated with the existing systems. One can easily retain and retrieve footage remotely when connected to a cloud platform for storage.
The cloud platform provides visibility on videos that are being stored. Video footage is automatically stored on the cloud which prevents loss due to device failure and makes it an easy task to retain and retrieve videos from the platform.
A single platform to view locations of multiple cameras placed at various sites for better access to video footage. It saves a lot of time in retrieving a video of a former instance by browsing through the database from a remote location.
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Quick service restaurants have formed an integral part of the Food Service Industry of India. It is mainly a
popular choice among the youngsters. This industry comprises of both fast food chains as well as minimal
table services. The primary factor which differentiates this industry from others is the quick delivery of food
which is quite essential for a developing country like India which has a busy and young working population.
The National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI) reported the that the QSR segment of India was valued
at USD 52 Billion in 2017 and was projected to grow to USD 85 Billion by 2022.
The Logistics and Warehouse sector is a key sector that impacts the development of a country. The
overall economic performance of a country determines the trend of this sector. It was estimated that
the Indian Logistics and Warehouse industry had a market size of $160 Bn in the financial year 2017,
according to reports by Care Ratings. The primary segments include road, rail, coastal, warehousing,
cold chain and container freight stations and inland container depots (CFS/ICD). The market is
supposed to grow at an estimated CAGR of 10%. It is expected to be further stimulated by the rapid
growth of manufacturing, retail, e-commerce and FMCG sector.
India holds the second rank in the world in terms of telecommunications market with a subscriber base of
1.20 billion and the market has expanded exponentially in the past decade and a half. According to a report
published by GSM Association (GSMA) in collaboration with Boston Consulting Group (BCG), the Indian
mobile economy is growing at a rapid pace and will contribute substantially to the Gross Domestic Product
(GDP) of India. The recent liberal policies of the Government of India have been beneficial along with strong
consumer demand in the rapid growth of the Indian Telecom Sector.
india is among the world’s largest producers of Textiles and Garments. India’s in house domestic and textile industry has a contribution of around 2% in the GDP of India and amounts to 14% of industrial production, 27% of country’s foreign exchange inflows and 13% of country’s export earnings. The growth rate is expected to be 10% CAGR between 2016 and 2021. This industry generates employment of around 45 Million people.
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