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Common Q&A of Industrial Lift Truck & Forklift Video Camera Surveillance Systems Part 1

Industrial lift trucks and other powered material handling devices are a high-risk tool that requires proper operation and oversight to ensure safe and efficient operation.
In-vehicle mobile video surveillance cameras have long been employed in and on these vehicles to provide documentation of events and the operation of these high-risk industrial lifts for the double purpose of ensuring they are operated in a safe manner and when problems occur that they can be reviewed by management to see what caused the problem for possible future training or prevention.

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Are “Industrial Grade” Lift Truck Camera Systems Worth The Cost?

“Value” is subjective, and when working for a company, few consider the value of a product to that company that employs them, it is often assumed that the lowest cost to the company is also the best value for them. The entire “Low bid” purchase requirement of most government entity BID and RFQs is driven by cost prioritized over quality or value.
The lowest cost is not always the Best Value.

There are advantages or “added value” in the Industrial Grade mobile video products offered, what follows are some compelling reasons to advocate for the higher quality and better value offered by “Industrial Grade” systems.

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Top Forklift Camera Recorder Systems Questions

When seeking a forklift video surveillance camera recorder system to monitor lift operations and provide management oversight of company safety procedures, it is wise to know what questions to ask a potential supplier before you invest to ensure you are not getting something that you cannot use or does not properly serve your specific needs.

What follows are some target questions to help establish a good foundation for a system you can use now and adapt if necessary to expand into the future.

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