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Moroccan bank rolls out IP-based video surveillance across 250 branches

Banking

Established in 1964, Banque Marocaine du Commerce et de l'Industrie (BMCI) is a bank based in Morocco with more than 500,000 customers, recently upgraded the surveillance system at its 250 branches to an IP-based video surveillance system consisting of more than 1,000 units of Dahua Technology HD cameras, 250 hybrid DVRs and VMS. Dahua's local distributor Country Technologie supplied the surveilla

UK supermarket shares experience in tackling retail loss

Retail

UK supermarket retailer Sainsbury shares its experiences in dealing with retail loss. The retailer overhauled its complicated alarm system with a standardized alarm system consisting of Honeywell Security alarm panels at its 558 stores in 1998. The system was installed by security systems service provider SSS Management Services.

UK toy retailer secures new shops with integrated IP surveillance

Retail

Smyths Toys Superstores, a large UK toy retailer with 63 shops nationwide, recently deployed an integrated IP-video surveillance system consisting of 1,500 Axis Communications network cameras, 500 analog cameras, 35 Mirasys NVRs and 15 hybrid recorders at its new stores. The system was installed by Multisys.

Chinese aluminum product maker monitors production with IP eyes

Manufacturing

Located in China's Fuzhou Province, aluminum manufacturer Chalco Ruimin, recently deployed an IP-based video surveillance system consisting of 170 VIVOTEK cameras and VMS to monitor the factory and generate footage for operator training. The project was implemented by system integrator KTInfo. Chalco is part of the state-owned enterprise Aluminum Corporation of China, which is the world's second-l

Wafer fabrication factory in Taiwan puts production lines under watchful eyes

Manufacturing

Semiconductor production requires stringent quality control, putting unusually high demand on both manufacturing processes and time-sensitive deliveries. As a result, wafer fabrication fabs are often required to utilize all means available to analyze and remotely monitor production lines, in order to expedite product outputs.

Brazilian dept store reduces loss with HD eyes

Retail

Established in 1983, Grippon, a growing department store chain based in Brazil recently installed a HD surveillance system consisting of 40 Avigilon HD domes,VMS, and encoders to protect its 1997.41 square meters (21,500 square feet) retail store in Queimados from theft. With the assistance of TecnoComp, a leading provider of IT services in Brazil, and the supplier, Paris Cabos, Grippon chose to i

Major US clothing retailer phasing out old surveillance system across 350 stores

Retail

With more than 500 stores and with sales approaching US$4 billion, Burlington Coat Factory, one of the largest clothing retailers in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, recently upgraded from an analog video surveillance system to an IP-based system consisting of Wavestore VMS, 15 to 25 VIVOTEK 360 degree cameras, and 5-10 Axis Communications IP fixed mini-domes at each of its 200 stores. “The company has

Chinese cloud-computing service provider test drives logical physical access integration

Office/Corporate

Identive Group announced that a leading cloud computing operations service provider in China is expanding its implementation of Identive's Hirsch access control system at its central data center in Beijing as well as into two additional data centers in other parts of the country.

Omanian auto dealer gets robust eyes

Retail

Located at the heart of Muscat, Suhail Bahwan Automobiles, the biggest automobile dealer in Oman, recently deployed an IP-based video surveillance system consisting of 100 Hikvision Digital Technology cameras, VMS and network keyboards to secure its perimeters. Technosolutions, the system integrator for this project designed the surveillance system.

European apparel retailer expands RFID rollout to minimize loss

Retail

European fashion apparel retailer C&A in Germany recently expanded its RFID system for retail loss prevention and inventory tracking from five to 25 stores. As part of the C&A project, Checkpoint Systems is providing RF/RFID antennas, POS solution, inventory management software and consulting services. C&A already implemented source tagging with Checkpoint for RF electronic article surveillance se

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