Distribution & Logistics

Security Systems for 3PL/4PL, Cold Chain, Ecommerce, Warehousing & Distribution

We provide solutions for Ecommerce & Drop Shipping, Third Party Logistics (3PL), Bonded Warehouses, Ports, cold-chain management and distribution centres.

Our range includes cameras specifically designed for distribution & logistics businesses including AXIS P14 multi-purpose bullet cameras, AXIS P32 dome camera series and AXIS P56 high-performance PTZ series.

Enhancing Security Operations in Warehousing & Distribution with Inner Range Integriti

Inner Range Integriti is the security solution for distribution and logistics centres due to its comprehensive range of features:

  • Advanced Access Control: Integriti provides sophisticated access control capabilities, allowing logistics centres to manage and monitor access to different areas independently. This ensures that only authorised personnel can access sensitive or restricted zones.
  • Integrated Security System: The platform integrates seamlessly with third-party security systems, providing real-time notifications of potential security breaches.
  • Scalable Architecture: Integriti’s scalable architecture makes it suitable for logistics centres of varying sizes. It can adapt to the growing needs of a business, ensuring long-term security without needing to be replaced.
  • Customisable User Permissions: The system allows for detailed customisation of user permissions. Managers can set specific access levels for different employees, controlling who can access what areas & when.
  • High-Level Integration with CCTV and Video Surveillance Systems :Integriti seamlessly integrates with well known VMSs including Genetec Security Center, Avigilon Unity, Milestone XProtect and other surveillance systems, providing a comprehensive overview of the entire logistics center.
  • Detailed Reporting & Audit Trails: The system offers detailed reporting & audit trails, enabling logistics managers to track access & security events. This feature is essential for investigating incidents and improving security protocols.
  • Remote Management Capabilities: Integriti can be managed remotely, allowing security managers to monitor and control logistics centers that operate around the clock or have multiple locations.

These features collectively make Inner Range Integriti a robust and versatile security solution, tailored to meet the unique challenges faced by distribution and logistics centers.

Automating Physical Security Events with Genetec Security Center

Genetec Security Center’s automation features enhance security in warehousing & distribution by providing a sophisticated, integrated approach to video surveillance, access control, and incident response. Here’s how:

  • Automated Surveillance & Real-Time Alerts: The system uses video analytics to perform motion detection, object tracking, and perimeter intrusion detection. It analyses video streams in real-time to identify potential security threats or unusual activities. For example, when an unauthorised person enters a restricted area, the system detects and immediately alerts security personnel. This prompt response plays a crucial role in preventing theft and addressing security breaches as they happen.
  • Integrated Access Control: Genetec Security Center automates access management, ensuring that only authorized personnel can enter certain areas of the distribution center. The system can integrate with existing employee databases, automating the process of granting or revoking access rights based on employee status or time of day. This reduces the risk of internal theft and enhances overall security by controlling who has access to sensitive areas.
  • License Plate Recognition (LPR): LPR can automate entry & exit processes. The system recognises pre-registered or whitelisted vehicles, allowing for smooth entry and exit, while keeping an automated log. This feature is particularly useful in monitoring and controlling vehicle access to loading docks and parking areas, ensuring that only authorised vehicles are present.
  • Genetec Security in Warehousing

  • Incident Management & Response: In the event of a security incident the Mission Control module, a comprehensive decision management solution for Security Center, can automate the appropriate response, including:

    comprehensive decision management solution designed to empower warehouse operations with advanced automation in incident management and response protocols.

    Genetec Security Center can automate the appropriate response. For example, if a potential breach is detected, the system can automatically lock down certain areas, direct security personnel to the location, and even integrate with other systems to initiate alarms or public address announcements. This coordinated response is crucial in mitigating risks and resolving incidents quickly.

  • Data Analysis & Reporting: The system collects and analyzes data from various sources, providing valuable insights into security operations. This automated data analysis can identify trends, such as frequent access attempts at a particular entry point, enabling proactive measures to enhance security. Automated reporting also helps in compliance and auditing, providing detailed logs and evidence in case of security incidents.

By automating these critical aspects of security, Genetec Security Center not only enhances the protection of assets and personnel in distribution centers but also improves operational efficiency, allowing security staff to focus on more strategic tasks rather than routine surveillance and access management.

Loss Prevention

Our range includes systems to help protect your:

  • Warehouse – seamlessly monitor & record activity in aisles to identify suspicious behavior before thefts occur.
  • Loading & Unloading Docks – these areas are crucial as they facilitate the movement of goods in and out of the facility, ensuring that operations are smooth, efficient, and adhere to safety guidelines. In case of accidents, disputes, or audits, the recorded footage serves as evidence.
  • Inventory Management – visual evidence supports disputes related to inventory damage, quantity discrepancies, or shipment issues. Use built-in or third-party video analytics applications to count products, identify pallets, and track the movement of goods. Set up virtual lines or zones in the camera’s field of view to trigger alerts when moving products in or out of designated areas. Use heat maps to pinpoint high-traffic areas and optimize the warehouse layout.
  • Perimeter – key features for perimeter surveillance include: Advanced Motion Detection & Line Crossing: cameras have smart motion detection that distinguishes between harmless movements, like trees swaying, and potential threats such as intruders. They also allow users to set virtual boundaries and send alerts when something crosses these lines, alerting security to possible breaches. Thermal Imaging & Low-Light Performance: thermal cameras, perfect for nighttime or low-visibility conditions, detect heat signatures to identify humans, animals, or vehicles. Additionally, our IP cameras offer superior low-light performance and infrared capabilities for clear recordings in dim conditions. Pan-Tilt-Zoom (PTZ) Functionality: PTZ cameras can adjust their view to track suspicious activities and cover extensive areas. They can also automate patrols to scan different perimeter sections without needing manual control.

Ecommerce & Drop Shipping

Business-to-Consumer (B2C), Business-to-Business (B2B) & Consumer-to-Consumer (C2C) fulfillment requires robust electronic security systems to protect inventory and order processing. The key electronic security systems that should be in place include:

  • Access Control: Implement access control to manage and restrict entry to the ecommerce warehouse. This includes key cards, biometric authentication (fingerprint or facial recognition), PIN codes, or proximity cards. Access control systems ensure that only authorised personnel can enter specific areas of the warehouse.
  • Intrusion Detection Systems: Install intrusion detection systems to monitor and detect unauthorized access or breaches. These systems can include sensors, motion detectors, glass break detectors, and door/window sensors. When triggered, they can activate audible alarms or send alerts to security personnel.
  • Video Surveillance/CCTV: Install a comprehensive video surveillance system with strategically placed CCTV cameras throughout the warehouse. This allows for constant monitoring and recording of activities in key areas, including entry points, storage areas, and high-value sections. Recorded video can be searched by time & date, event, metadata, appearance search, all of which can be reviewed in case of incidents.
  • Alarm Systems: Deploy alarm systems that can be triggered by various events, such as unauthorized access, motion detection, or breach of predefined parameters. These alarms can be audible alarms within the warehouse and can also be connected to a centralized security monitoring station for immediate response.
  • Perimeter Security: Ensure the e-commerce warehouse has proper perimeter security measures, such as high-quality fencing, gates, and barriers, to control access and deter unauthorized entry.
  • Environmental Monitoring Systems: Deploy environmental monitoring systems to detect and alert in case of temperature fluctuations, humidity changes, or other environmental factors that may impact product quality or safety.
  • Remote Monitoring and Control: Implement remote monitoring and control capabilities, allowing security personnel to monitor the security systems and respond to incidents from a centralized location.
  • Integration and Automation: Integrate various security systems for seamless operation and response. For example, integrating access control, video surveillance, and alarm systems can provide a comprehensive security solution and enable automated responses to specific events.


International Shipping, Express Couriers, Cold Chain Management and Air-Road-Rail Freight

Remember, the specific electronic security systems required may vary based on the size, location, and nature of the e-commerce warehouse. It’s important to conduct a thorough security assessment and consult with security professionals to determine the most appropriate and effective electronic security systems for your specific e-commerce warehousing needs.

Bonded Warehouses

Operating a bonded warehouse requires compliance with specific security measures mandated by the Australian Border Force (ABF), New Zealand Customs Service and the Department of Home Affairs. Here are some of the key security measures that must be in place:

  • Access Control: robust access control measures to ensure that only authorised personnel can enter the bonded warehouse premises. This may include secure fencing, gates, electronic access vontrol systems, and visitor management protocols.
  • Perimeter Security: Maintain a secure perimeter around the bonded warehouse premises. This may involve physical barriers, surveillance cameras, intrusion detection systems, and alarm systems to deter unauthorised access.
  • Intrusion Detection and Alarm Systems: Install and maintain intrusion detection systems that can detect any unauthorized attempts to access the bonded warehouse. These systems should be capable of generating alerts or activating alarms in case of a breach.
  • Video Surveillance: Install CCTV cameras strategically throughout the bonded warehouse premises to monitor and record all areas. The camera coverage should include entry and exit points, storage areas, loading docks, and other critical locations. The recorded footage should be retained for a specific period as required by regulations.
  • Inventory Control and Management: Implement robust inventory control and management systems to accurately track and monitor the movement of goods within the bonded warehouse. This includes maintaining accurate records of incoming and outgoing goods, conducting regular inventory checks, and reconciling any discrepancies.
  • IT Systems and Data Security: Implement secure information technology (IT) systems to manage warehouse operations, inventory control, and customs documentation. These systems should have appropriate safeguards in place to protect data integrity, confidentiality, and availability. Implement measures such as firewalls, encryption, access controls, regular data backups, and monitoring to detect and prevent unauthorized access or data breaches.
  • Staff Training and Security Awareness: Provide comprehensive training to warehouse staff on security protocols, procedures, and the proper handling of goods. Staff should be aware of the specific security requirements, reporting mechanisms for suspicious activities, and their role in maintaining security within the bonded warehouse.
  • Compliance Reporting and Audits: Maintain accurate and timely reporting of goods movements, transactions, and any security incidents to the ABF or other relevant authorities as required. Be prepared for periodic security audits and compliance reviews conducted by the ABF to assess compliance with security measures and regulations.

Our Awards

JD Security’s expertise been widely recognised, leading to numerous awards, including:

  • AXIS Partner of the Year for Retail Multi-site Solutions 2019-2020
  • AXIS Partner of the Year for Retail Multi-site Solutions 2021-2022
  • AXIS Partner of the Year 2021-2022 NSW & ACT
  • AXIS Partner of the Year Oceania End-to-End Solutions Champion
  • Genetec Unified System Sales Award at Genetec Elevate 22

Our project managers, project engineers, and system integration teams have played an instrumental role in securing these awards, with their commitment to quality setting a high standard for the industry.

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