The legal cannabis industry requires intelligent video surveillance and security solutions to help secure inventory, ensure compliance oversight, reduce risks, and maintain workplace protection. Video analytics are also critical as they automate monitoring and help users gain new levels on insight to mitigate threats. Facial recognition can be used to match against a list of approved workers. Integration with other systems and sensors, such as seed-to-sale and building automation software provide unparalleled operational effectiveness.
OMNIA, Arteco’s Video Management Software, is designed to help campuses gain the most relevant video and security information at any given time.
The focus is on identifying critical events and areas of interest, rather than sifting through hours of non-critical video footage. Campus stakeholders can ‘see the difference’ to help ensure the protection of students, staff, data and infrastructure.
Arteco VMS empowers security teams to make sense of a vast amount of video data, making 24/7 monitoring less cumbersome. The system allows users to ignore unimportant data by focusing on the most important information to increase informed response, increase situational awareness and improve overall security management.
The VMS interface unifies alarms and notifications from multiple devices and systems into a single, intuitive interface. The platform is also customizable to each customer’s needs.
Its open platform eases integration of third-party solutions. Arteco complies with a wide range of global security standards. Arteco Open Connector provides deeper integration options, allowing campuses to build a best-in-class security solution, regardless of manufacturer.
Arteco solutions require fewer installation and training hours, aiding in cost-efficiency for campuses that must meet strict budgetary requirements. Over time, campuses see a reduction in total cost of ownership and increased ROI by choosing to invest in a solution that enhances intelligence, management, and flexibility.
Arteco software and hardware solutions for ProTerp: security in the cannabis industry. Every company that manufactures cannabis products must obtain and maintain a valid manufacturer’s license from the Department of Health, following the law of the State. In particular, the State of California, where ProTerp has its headquarters, drafted legislation that examines in depth the risks for security and subsequently establishes strict parameters for the protection of facilities, employees, and goods.