Mexico. The company EEEISA, specialized in manufacturing high quality containers, relied on the Grupo Covix to solve its corporate hybrid work needs, the resulting integration highlighted elements such as videoconferencing and wireless collaboration systems.
Every installation must be tailored to the spaces and needs of the client, the case in EEISA was no exception. "For the installation and commissioning of the Videoconferencing System, aspects such as the location of the Head Quarters and the different floors, the size of the rooms, distribution, number of people and acoustics were taken into account."
In this way, Grupo Covix was able to guarantee that it was choosing the exact solution for its client, so that it could cover the spectrum of the needs raised and diagnosed.
The installed solution was a state-of-the-art Logitech videoconferencing system that has UHD audio and video quality, which allows the Mexican company to link and collaborate its HQ with its plant located in Ozumba. In addition, a wireless collaboration system ClickShare Conference.
This equipment for collaboration allows the use of wireless video conferencing for any platform, be it Meet, Zoom or Teams, among others. Its main feature is BYOD compatibility.
Explained more broadly, the ClickShare Button for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) use is a technology that allows different administrative positions, as well as guests, to enhance work from their own devices, whether cell phones, laptops or tablets, among others, as well as organize video meetings from there.
According to the Grupo Covix "with these collaboration solutions, hybrid work for EEEISA employees was improved and potentialized".
In addition to this solution, a CCTV system composed of more than 150 cameras covering the plants in the State of Mexico and its other headquarters in CDMX was also implemented. Specifically in the plant areas, 4k bullet cameras with a varifocal lens were used. On the other hand, 4k 360° cameras were installed in the headquarters, which minimize blind spots.
Finally, the Grupo Covix was also responsible for complementing the intervention with the integration of an access control system for restricted sites such as warehouses and archives, which is based on a biometric system with facial recognition that, additionally, measures body temperature and use of face masks.