March Networks, a provider of intelligent IP video solutions, announced that SABMiller Angola is deploying the company's video solution portfolio in a new facility located in the capital city of Luanda.
SABMiller Angola is a brewer and bottler. Its portfolio includes premium, international beers such as Peroni and locally produced N'Gola. It is also a bottler of Coca-Cola products. The company began operations in Angola in the 1990s and last year opened a new, US$150 million brewery and soft drink plant. It has selected March Networks' end-to-end, HD video solution to enhance security and operations at the site.
The scalable solution includes video recording platforms, encoders, and intelligent management software used to monitor high-quality video streaming from all surveillance cameras. It enables staff to remotely monitor the facility on a 24/7 basis and store video for up to 30 days. SABMiller Angola now has the asset protection and security capabilities it required to increase employee safety and reduce the possibility of intrusion, theft and other fraudulent activity.
“We are extremely impressed with March Networks' VideoSphere solution,” said Johan Bruin, National Security Manager, SABMiller Angola. “The system will enhance our ability to manage and resolve potential security breaches across our property, and ensure that we can focus on our core business and continue to grow our operations.”
“The March Networks' solution delivers the reliability our customer needs and scales to enable future expansion or enhancements, including network camera installations and support for additional analytics features,” said Paulo Ricardo, GM, SE Seguran?a Electrónica, the March Networks' systems integrator responsible for the deployment.
“We are very pleased to be a part of SABMiller Angola's development efforts,” said Peter Strom, President and CEO of March Networks. “Working with our expert partner SE Seguran?a Electrónica, we will deliver the highest levels of support to meet their demanding performance requirements, and continue our strategic expansion in this growing region.”