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Many restaurants are starting to monitor the customer seating areas of their restaurants with security cameras. These cameras can provide many benefits to vigilant owners. Security cameras that are well placed in the dining room of your restaurant can be very useful in alerting you and other personnel when customers are leaving, letting the management or servers check to ensure that the bill has been settled, and to begin clearing the table for the next customers. Beyond the obvious, these cameras can also be used to monitor the wait staff, providing valuable information on how the staff are working and how customers are fairing with their dining, so you can dispatch managers to the tables of disturbed customers, or dispatch a server if it appears that customers are not receiving care that meets your standards.
Security cameras inside your restaurant will help provide evidence and recording, so that if employees break the rules, or customers skip out on their check, you will have video footage. Restaurant owners looking to provide this level of security should also take into account the lighting level, and traffic patterns, to ensure appropriate coverage. If your restaurant has lower light levels, then IR Infrared style cameras should be considered, as these cameras can provide much better coverage during these low light periods, even seeing when it is completely dark. These IR indoor dome cameras provide color video during the daytime, and then they switch to black and white mode in low light conditions allowing the camera to illuminate the area in front of the camera with invisible IR light for great night vision. However, if light levels are normal, and lights are left on at night, then daytime color style restaurant security cameras such as our standard indoor dome cameras can be used.
By placing CCTV cameras at strategic locations throughout your businesses' operating area, you can help prevent acts of vandalism, break-ins, and other serious crimes. According to a recent retail study, many small businesses lose close to $50k in a year due to such factors, especially in high-crime areas. With more than 275 million reports of thefts in businesses worldwide, installing a CCTV monitoring system is therefore extremely important.
If you own a restaurant or have a retail business or even a factory, better employee efficiency should be a major reason behind selecting CCTV surveillance as your security measure of choice. It has been proven that employees tend to work the hardest when being monitored with CCTV cameras. Electronic surveillance of employees also ensures your floor manager get more time to work on the critical aspects of their work rather than focusing their entire attention on monitoring people. At the same time, since the employer-employee relationship is built on trust, always ensure you do not go overboard with your CCTV placements.
It might sound strange but efficiently placing CCTV cameras around your retail space can actually help your customers by allowing you to observe their behaviors more closely. This, in turn, can help you provide a better shopping experience. Customers feel cared-for and comforted when they notice CCTV installations around them, while you can better your product placement based on the behavior recorded on-screen.
If you own a factory or deal with dangerous chemicals or goods, then you are bound to have several high-risk areas within your premises where human thoroughfare is extremely limited. At the same time, placing CCTV cameras within such locations not only cuts the risk of having someone physically watch over such dangerous areas, but also allow you to see the place in real-time. CCTV cameras can also be placed in accident-prone areas so that life-saving measures can immediately be put into effect in case of a mishap.
No matter the scale of your business or the office space you cover, disputes are bound to occur. These disputes could be between employees and managers, between employees and you, or even to the employees themselves. Usually, in such cases, you will need to figure out exactly what went wrong before things get out of hand. A surveillance camera can provide ample proof in such cases to solve the incident by providing a fair resolution.
One of the main business benefits of video surveillance is the real-time footage available as and when required for business owners. Such commercial video surveillance methods traditionally used to require you to hire an extra person to keep an eye on all real-time footage while remaining on premise. But today, with technological advancements, such monitoring can be easily conducted from a remote computer, mobile phones or tablets. It is even possible to view the real-time footage from separate cameras in a single window while ensuring all the cameras are recording the output.

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