Trucking Surveillance & Video Monitoring Security Technology

Posted by Sean Murphy on April 13, 2017

Trucking surveillance for transportation and logistics security has come a long way in a short time. Remote video monitoring has significantly improved trucking security and access control, especially in remote locations.

Commercial sites like warehouses and distribution centers are often manned by security guards who manually control site and security gate access and log the details. These individuals also keep an eye on the property itself.

Transit and trailer processes can now take advantage of remote trucking surveillance with the advent of reliable communications, HD cameras, and Internet technology and networking. Trucking security is easier to track and more cost-effective.

How does it work?

Live surveillance monitoring can offer a full turnkey solution. Trucking surveillance can ID the driver and truck upon arrival, verify their identity and right of entry, and even follow them around the compound to mitigate additional risk and liability. The security technology can be deployed at corporate facilities across North America to provide real-time monitoring, which is a key deterrent against cargo theft and other losses.

A recorded trucking security video cannot be used after the fact to stop vandals or thieves. As a result, live monitoring has prospered as a leading method of logistics security. A remote security service can watch gates, lots, fences, common areas, and buildings and report suspicious behavior in real-time to the police.

A police statistics report in Canada indicated that commercial crime incidents, including those for trucking security, are much lower than previous years. Police credit this downward trend to the use of surveillance cameras and advanced technology, including live video monitoring.

Trucking surveillance can extend to the trucks themselves, whether in transit or the yard. A two camera system and a GPS tracking device can be installed in a truck or other vehicle along with a cellular mobile Internet connection. This surveillance system can monitor the vehicle interior and exterior. Remote operators can view who enters the vehicle and what is being loaded or removed.

About Stealth Monitoring

Stealth Monitoring, a privately held company with U.S. headquarters in Dallas, TX, and Canadian headquarters in Toronto, ON, is North America’s leading provider of live video monitoring solutions. We specialize in proactive and intelligent video monitoring technology that can significantly improve threat detection and police response. Our security solutions feature advanced technology, coupled with human intelligence and efficient processes, to help detect and deter crime while reducing security guard and other expenses. We are also heavily invested in the future of computer vision and artificial intelligence. We are actively developing new technologies that can enable executives with valuable business intelligence data to improve their day-to-day operations and decision-making abilities. We have over 500 employees, 15 offices, and 3 redundant live video monitoring control centers. Our team proactively monitors 20,000+ cameras daily, resulting in more than 15,000 deterred crimes, 500+ arrests and 35,000+ analyzed customer videos every year, securing peace of mind for business owners throughout North America. Our clients include construction sites, shopping centers, apartment buildings, auto dealers, office buildings, industrial facilities, distribution yards, cannabis operations, and other businesses with outdoor assets. They range from large global enterprises to single location companies. Our proactive solutions can help reduce external and internal theft, vandalism, property damage and provide you with actionable business intelligence. We can even reduce or replace security guards at a fraction of the cost – up to 60% savings.

Please call toll-free (866) 382-3873 or contact Stealth today for more information to protect your outdoor assets. Visit the Stealth web site to see real videos of criminals being arrested at construction sites, multifamily apartments, shopping centers, office buildings, warehouses, auto dealerships, and other commercial real estate properties.