Aggregate Industry Security Camera Installation

Aggregate Industry Security Cameras
Security Cameras for Sand and Gravel Pits

The aggregate industry involves the harvesting of limestone, sand, and other gravels from quarries. One of the most important elements of an aggregate jobsite is ensuring that everyone on-site remains safe, and that all safety procedures and protocols are followed. This can be achieved through management review, and various security measures — most importantly, security cameras.

With a robust security system in place, problem areas around a site can be better supervised to ensure that no employee or civilian is injured due to improper procedure or an accident. Management and safety authorities can promptly review the footage of any sort of accident or incident and determine what caused it and how it can be prevented in the future. This is critical for proper business and possible legal reasons.

Another element to consider in sand and gravel production areas are the vehicles used. Ensuring that your vehicles are being properly operated and utilized can be easily achieved with-on vehicle cameras. These cameras can also be invaluable if a vehicle is involved in an accident or incident.

Working with an experienced camera security professional can give you the insight you need to properly supervise your aggregate work area.

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Featured Products For Quarries


Ubiquiti Wireless Solutions

The latest generation of Ubiquiti Networks airMAX® CPE for customer locations, the NanoBeam® M provides Wi-Fi to allow wireless cameras to connect with a video recorder. Along with that the NanoBeam® M can easily be installed on either poles or walls and can provide a Wi-Fi signal up to 15km (9.5 miles) away perfect for any kind of quarry, no matter the size.





Buy Ubiquiti Nanobeam routers beginning at $130

UVS NVR Cube From Geovision

Featuring up to an Intel Core i7 processor, this hot-swap capable system can support up to 32 IP camera channels. With a built-in HDMI port on the system, you'll also be able to display your video footage in High Definition. With a maximum storage capacity of up to 40 Terabytes you can store footage from multiple cameras for long periods of time allowing you to easily access past footage should the need arise. With all these features combined the Geovision NVR Cube is essential for quarries with multiple cameras on site.


Buy Geovision NVRs starting at $500 and up

Uniview IR PTZ Dome Camera

A high quality Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) camera at an affordable price. Featuring a 30X optical zoom, a smart IR, and fast, accurate focusing, this camera provides a beautiful 1080p image, and can be mounted in a wide variety of configurations. With a few of these cameras mounted high up on poles you can remotely control them to look wherever you need and help keep your entire quarry safe with ease.




Buy PTZ cameras from Uniview starting under $400


What we Do

A Showcase of our Work

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At Camera Security Now, we have installed several camera systems in industrial and production environments. From limestone quarries to asphalt production facilities, our team has worked to provide cutting edge surveillance systems that put safety and security front and center. No matter how large or small the area of coverage, we work to ensure that the most important areas are kept safe.

Working with Camera Security Now gives you access to experienced camera security professionals who can make system reccomendations for your aggregate production area and provide a wide range of security insights.

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Along with construction sites, aggregate production facilities are an industry where employee and visitor safety needs to be a critical component. With remote-viewing camera systems, administrators and other safety officials can keep an eye on your site to ensure all protocols and safety guidelines are being followed.Contact us today to learn more about our past projects, and how Camera Security now can benefit your work site.

The photos above are from some of Camera Security Now's installation projects at quarries, asphalt manufacturers, and aggregate facilities. The resulting camera installation aided greatly in helping keep employees safe and productive.

Asset Tracking and Process Improvement


Quarries, sand and gravel pits, and other aggregate facilities are filled with the employees and equipment necessary to get the job done. Tracking employee processes and managing your equipment and material inventory are two large tasks of any aggregate manager. With all of the moving pieces, it can be easy to get overwhelmed and give up on streamlining processes or ensuring efficient inventory allocation. With a camera security system, you can record day-to-day details and efficiently work to better plan and understand ways to improve efficiency. It is also much easier to see what equipment is used where and ensure that all materials remain in the right areas. This both saves money and promotes overall safety and efficiency.

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PTZ Cameras For Aggregate Facilities


If you want to maximize surveillance at your aggregate facility, purchase a pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) security camera from Camera Security Now. A PTZ can move its lens and refocus to capture clear long distance images. PTZ cameras are usually mounted high up in the air so they can monitor a large area from a single point. With remote viewing capabilities, from your mobile device you can rotate the camera side-to-side or up and down while also zooming in or out. Click the button below to learn more about the innovative features a PTZ camera has to offer for your aggregate facility.

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Professional Installation

Wireless Security Networks

With over 30 years of experience, we know a thing or two about how to install a security system. With an installation from our experienced experts, we'll properly position your cameras or access control system so the areas you wish to protect are covered. We'll answer any questions and address all your concerns because your 100% satisfaction is most important to us. So, sit back and relax while the experts at Camera Security Now find and install the perfect security system that best fits your needs.

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Wireless Systems

Wireless Security Networks

Many times aggregation facilities need systems that cover areas that are remote and possibly even outside in open areas. In these situations it can be difficult to have a traditional wired network because these sites often lack internet connection or power.

However, Camera Security Now offers wireless system networking and installation. We can build and install systems to cover areas you thought might be too costly to cover. Our systems can even cover long range distances up to 3 miles! So if your gravel pit / aggregation facilities has areas out of range of your traditional system, find out how we can help!
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Frequently Asked Questions For Quarry Security Systems

Best Outdoor Camera Quality
Is 720p A Good Quality For Large Spaces?

While 720p is by no means a bad camera quality, there are better options. A more common quality of camera is 4K which can capture details at a greater distance and provides a cleaner image. Depending on the level of zoom your camera can achieve, a 4K camera can easily offer a clear picture for miles. For help finding such a camera make sure to contact our specialists at Camera Security Now to find the perfect camera for your quarry.

Outdoor Camera Lifespan
How Long Will Cameras Last In Outdoors?

Any quality camera designed for outdoor use or put into a protective housing can easily last just as long as its indoor counterpart. With proper maintenance provided by Camera Security Now your outdoor camera can keep watch over your quarry for years, no matter the weather.

Are Wireless Cameras Wireless
Are Wireless Cameras Truly Wireless?

No. Wireless cameras are not actually wireless. In order to be powered the cameras need a wire to run to the nearest power source, typically an NVR (Network Video Recorder). These cameras are called wireless cameras because they transfer data and footage wirelessly over a secure network to the NVR it is connected with. However, there are truly wireless options for security cameras, these options receive their power from solar batteries or normal batteries and only activate when the camera detects motion.


Tips to Improve Quarry Security

Make Your Quarry Safer

With so much land to cover quarries are a popular and dangerous place for trespassers. However, with the help of an added security system the odds of catching a trespasser increases and the odds of a horrific accident decreases. Read more to find out how security cameras can make your quarry safer.



Considerations For Your New Security System

In need of a new security system for your quarry? Don't know where to start? Read more to find out what to consider before you buy your new security system.



Are PTZ Cameras Right For You?

PTZ stands for pan-tilt-zoom, which allows this camera to be remotely moved around. This also enables it to cover very large areas with fewer cameras and even posess the ability to zoom in on certain locations to increase detail. Read more to find out if a PTZ camera is right for you.


Nationwide Gravel Pit Security Services Available


Our corporate office is located in Middletown, Ohio between Dayton and Cincinnati. Camera Security Now offers a network of technicians across the United States and have performed security camera installation and services at aggregate quarries in all 50 states.

All of our security camera installations are backed with the same customer satisfaction guarantee that we extend to local clients, regardless of where your aggregate quarry is located. With service represenatives at the ready to answer any question or handle any problem, we put the customer first, evey time.

For a gravel pit security camera estimate, we require a site visit, which typically requires a fee. We offer free onsite estimates for customers local to us in the following areas: