A cloud storage platform can store esurveillance videos coming from multiple cameras deployed at different locations to provide secure access to enterprises from anywhere and whenever needed. Video retention on each camera assembles a database of critical footages that can be easily retrieved later for important events. It provides better findability of footage in minimum time. Instance-based video retrieval can leverage some important pieces of evidence for better identification of incidents.
Due to the restricted capacity of local hard drives, enterprises usually face trouble storing monitoring videos without any interruption. It can abrupt the storage of monitoring videos that can eventually pose a risk of missing out on critical videos.
Due to the monitoring device being offline or tampered during an incident, the recorded data lapses which leads to the lack of evidence. It is a major challenge for industries as the absence of footage can cause a huge loss of money.
The absence of cloud restricts the transfer of videos remotely. Storage of footage in hard disks proves to be a time-consuming task when it comes to validating evidence as clients have to visit the location in-person to pursue video footage.
Industries deal with a huge number of shipments on a daily basis. Keeping a track of goods manually becomes a challenge as the inability to track a misplaced item leads them to some unwanted loss and inefficiency.
The process to find footage for evidence to verify an instance becomes a difficult task without a system that can properly navigate an instance out of the huge database of videos. The process takes a much longer time than needed.
Footage retention on each camera placed at different locations provide businesses the profitability to have evidence-based video required when a disputed incident takes place to avoid any compensation to the client.
Cloud-enabled surveillance devices can store the video of every transaction with a transaction ID which makes it easy to pull out an instance-based video in minimum time to verify a fraudulent transaction or alleged dispute.
The cloud-enabled CNVR devices secure monitored data automatically by transferring footage fromthe device to the platform. It prevents the loss of losing critical videos due to devices being offline due to an error or tamper during an incident of theft.
With a web-based platform, bank officials can easily get access to footages remotely or can retrieve the videos to transfer them to the other branch without visiting. It enhances efficiency, ease of operations in identifying a disputed incident.
The packages shipped from one warehouse to the other are scanned through esurveillance cameras that segregate the GRN table on the cloud platform. It increases operational efficiency and helps identify missing shipments to prevent any unrepairable loss.
A violation of SOP can cause an unwanted loss to the warehouses. The ability to retrieve footage of a particular instance helps verify the whole incident to ensure strict measures are taken to avoid a similar incident in the future.
The process of verifying footage becomes easier with a unified platform to access and retrieve footage remotely. Through a date, time, and location input, warehouses can easily withdraw instance-based footage in minimal time and effort.
Without spending money on new hardware, the current hardware deployed can be easily onboarded to solve challenges. Connected to a cloud platform for the storage of videos, one can easily retain and retrieve footage remotely.
The ease of retrieving footage through identified date, time or location enhances operational efficiency. By storing transaction videos at ATMs with specific IDs, branches can easily retrieve videos through transaction IDs to investigate a dispute.
A platform to view locations of multiple cameras placed at various sites and better access to footages. It saves a lot of time in retrieving a video of a former instance by browsing through the database from a remote location.
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 error and makes it an easy task to retain and retrieve videos from the platform.
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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