Video Conferencing System for National Institute Of Occupational Safety And Health (NIOSH), Bangi

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    • Video Conferencing
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Thank you National Institute Of Occupational Safety And Health (NIOSH), Bangi for trusting us to supply Video Conferencing System that consist of 5 unit of  PTZ (Panning,Tilt,Zoom) Camera, 3 unit ARV VC200 Auto Framing Camera and 1 unit KT-M3EX speaker build in microphone with extended microphone.

About Video Conferencing System

Nowadays an increasing number of organizations are taking advantage of online video conferencing. The advance of camera technology and better internet access contribute greatly to this shift of usage of technology. The cost is the most economical and affordable for any organization from small to a large corporations. From simple devices such as personal smartphones to multi-camera PTZ video conferencing systems. Sometimes it's integrated into an interactive smartboard system as well as digital signage and as a result, the employee must be knowledgable in terms of its technicality and getting familiarize for these types of meetings. Of course, face-to-face is ideal but due to distance, travelling time, cost and traffic jams, the next best thing is definitely video conferencing. Video conferencing can save travel time and increase productivity, thus it has been increasingly changing the business world significantly.

About Niosh

Our nation's commitment to occupational safety and health at the workplace is reflected through the enactment of the  Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 (OSHA), the setting up of the Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH), and the establishment of the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).

Industrial accidents at the workplace continue to be a grave concern to all of us. As we strive towards Vision 2020, it is inevitable that industrial and economic activities will increase. Activities in the manufacturing sectors, agricultural and service sectors will also be on the rise. There has always been a positive correlation between industrial activities and industrial accidents. We should not allow this trend to continue.