SPC protects National Maritime Museum in Poland

SPC protects National Maritime Museum in Poland
Maritime Culture Center is a branch of the National Maritime Museum in Gdansk, Poland. The Maritime Culture Center (MCC) promotes information on maritime subjects in a comprehensive and interactive way by employing multimedia techniques. The main attraction of MCC is a permanent interactive room called “People-Ships-Ports.” Another exhibition, “Boats of People of the World,” is a rich collection of boats, varying from an Eskimo kayak to a Venetian gondola. The MCC also organizes temporary exhibitions on popular maritime topics.

The MCC needed an intrusion system with embedded access control for more than 400 alarm zones, 55 areas, and 25 doors. Vanderbilt SPC’s offered a reliable system that can be expanded to include a large number of alarm zones.

The solutions

  • SPC6300 with 38 input expanders (SPCE652)
  • 18 2door expanders (SPCA210)
  • 13 keypads (SPCK420)
  • 5 RF-expanders (SPCW130)
"Due to installing Vanderbilt's SPC system, the museum is safe. The system meets our expectations in the field of security. Thanks to their wireless equipment (receivers and detectors) we can protect the exhibits in the temporary exhibition. Vanderbilt turned out to be a very helpful company in installing and programming the security system in the building of the museum,” commented Michał Drobczyński of Maritime Culture Center.
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