Established in 1964, BMCI (French: Banque Marocaine du Commerce et de l’Industrie) is a bank based in Morocco with a network of hundreds of branches, and currently boasts over 500 000 personal, business and institutional customers. BMCI is a subsidiary of the French financial group BNP Paribas.
With its expanding business and increasing security concerns, the bank decided to improve its security system, including its 250 branches throughout Morocco. The bank requires a system that is stable, smooth and reliable to safeguard the station 24/7, both indoors and outdoors, to offset the criminal activity and enable effective response. The bank was already covered with analogue surveillance and decided that a hybrid solution with megapixel cameras, easier management and hybrid DVRs were perfect for this upgrade.
The project selected more than 1000 Dahua 3- and 2-megapixel HD network cameras, three to four cameras with a hybrid DVR per branch. These cameras are installed in lobbies and self-service sectors, safeguarding the entrances, counters and the ATM kiosks, capturing images with true colour reproduction. Dahua hybrid video recorders integrate both analogue and network cameras on the back-end, which supports up to 32 TB footage storage. With Dahua in-house surveillance software, DSS, the whole surveillance area is under constant surveillance. The powerful integration and intuitive interface with newly-designed tabs offers administrators a better experience.
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