MicroPower solar-powered cameras - a sustainable outdoor surveillance solution
Sustainability is a demanding initiative for today’s enterprises. Organisations are increasingly looking at how they can be more environmentally conscious and less disruptive to the ecosystem. Organisations seek to implement “green” practices in all aspects of their daily operations to meet these goals. There is a clear trend toward addressing sustainability issues proactively and globally, and security, surveillance and operations departments are expected to contribute to the actions.
This white paper by MicroPower will look specifically at how one aspect of security and operations — the design and use of outdoor and perimeter video surveillance — can benefit from renewable energy, and save operational costs. MicroPower’s solar-powered wireless camera system can have a specific, measurable effect on sustainability that sets a high bar to be emulated throughout an organisation.
Video at the perimeter and at remote/unoccupied sites is just one element involved in the security and operations of an organisation, although it also represents an opportunity to have an immediate positive impact on sustainability. A MicroPower solar-powered wireless camera system can have a specific, measurable effect on sustainability that sets a high bar to be emulated throughout an organisation.
- Define – What Is The Problem?
- Measure – How Can We Measure Our Success?
- Assess – How Can We Evaluate Our Measurements?
- Improve – How Can We Take Advantage Of What We Assessed Incrementally And Continuously?
- Control – How Can We Establish Parameters To Control Continuous Improvement?
- Raising The Bar On Sustainability
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